Originally Posted by Archie Bunker
Saw plenty of those back in the 70's - nothing special, inexpensive set sold in department stores. Pro shops were selling the Wilson Staff at the time.
Originally Posted by Mulligan Jeff
Muscle-back irons hmmm are you a single digit handicap?
Does it matter? Hmmmmmm.....Why must golfers rely on crutches and excuses of why they cant - Rather than why can't they.
I keep coming across the argument for resale value of clones being nothing. you save so much so what right? Personally, Ive never owned a NEW set of clubs and I would like to without paying a used car price for them. what would the...
Originally Posted by JCRuzanski
There are literally hundreds of threads on these companies just using a google search... I looked at Hireko and Giga exclusively, as I don't fall prey to the big company logo hype... I went...
Ive been looking around at different clone clubs and im not sure what to think about them.
i have some no name cheap irons now and want to upgrade to something different and "NEW" for a part time golfer.
ive looked at gigagolf,...
Originally Posted by Ernest Jones
If, and it's a big if, you really are carrying your driver 250m and keeping it in play but your average score is around 101 then the last thing you need to be workng on is...
Originally Posted by MEfree
If I was carrying my 3w 250 M, I wouldn't hit my driver much, but when I did, I would try to make a swing similar to what I was making with the 3w.
i tried to swing similar...
Normally i carry my driver 250+ meters (275 yards +) but i normally avg 250 with a decent stroke. friday i was carrying that with a power fade or bad swing which was aimed 40 yds left in a fade stance with a new swing. anyway ive been...