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Posts by Davie81

Just wondering what people's thoughts are. Looking at a new driver and fairway wood so is it better to go for the same make and spec for both or does it matter as they're 2 different clubs?
I've got the g25 5 wood which I really like but it's just that the cleveland seems a bargain.
have you tried the cleveland classic at all? If so is it forgiving, as long a shaft etc?
Thanks for the link. My shots tend to spray and I've got a lesson next weekend to address this but can't make up my mind whether to splash out the extra 80 pounds for adjustability.
Currently playing a burner 2.0 superfast which has seen better days. The r1 has dropped to £149 but im also looking at the cleveland classic for £80. Any thoughts on the r1 and is it worth the extra?
Makes sense to get as much for your cash at the moment.  I wouldn't imagine you would want to spend your whole budget on the clubs if you are just starting out. I'd recommend as you've suggested to make sure you can get enough as possible with the budget.
As Shindig said, I think everyone should be custom fit no matter your level. Makes the game comfier when your clubs are right for your height, build etc.
Looking at both of these drivers to possibly replace my Taylormade burner superfast 2.0. Obviously it depends what I hit better but has anyone got an opinion of these 2 drivers? Love the classic look of the Cleveland but the Rbz 2 is all about the distance. Both are roughly the same cost where I've seen them at and suits my budget.
Just a thought but why not go for the cheaper set and use the monetary difference on a lesson to get you going? If there's still some cash left then buy some balls or a towel etc.
I'm definitely doing everything I'm told etc but it just won't work and get my to where I want to be.
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