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post #289 of 445

Here is what I USED to have:

Driver: $400

3-Wood: Free (won at a tournament)

Irons: 3-SW ($6,000--yes that is 3 zero's, actually it was a gift to my dad who did not want it so I played with it a few years--it was 4-star top of the line Honma)

Putter: Free (won at a tournament)

 

I replaced the irons with Mizuno MP-68 because Honma irons--while great--was a little to light for me.

 

My current set:

Everything is same, except for

Irons (3 to PW): $900

3-Wedges: $330

 

Total: $1630

post #290 of 445

let's see here

 

Cobra S2 Driver & 3 wood - $220

Bobby Jones Hybrid - $30

Mizuno iron set - $150

Vokey wedges - $150

Ping putter - $100

 

$650 all together.  not bad for what I got.

post #291 of 445

Current signature-

 

Driver- paid $80 (new)

4 Wood- paid $20 (new)

5 Wood- paid $50 (new)

Niblick- paid $30 (new)

Irons- paid $40

SW-paid $35

Putter-paid $25

 

$280

post #292 of 445

In order of acquisition...

Ray Cook Putter - Free

Acuity Sand Wedge - Free

Acuity 3 Wood - Free

Acuity 5 Wood - Free

Nike Slingshot Irons 3H-PW - $326

Nike Ignite 460cc Driver - $41

 

Total - $367

 

As you can see, I've started the process of upgrading clubs. I'm a high handicapper.

post #293 of 445

Nothing wrong with the Acuity wedges.  I gave my Acuity Gap Wedge to my brother (a pretty decent player who breaks 80 on occasion) and it's his favorite wedge/club in the bag.  He's got a Vokey LW and a MacGregor MT Pro-M PW and he hardly ever hits them, just prefers the grind and heavy feel of the Acuity wedge.
 

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Originally Posted by Inebriated View Post

In order of acquisition...

Ray Cook Putter - Free

Acuity Sand Wedge - Free

Acuity 3 Wood - Free

Acuity 5 Wood - Free

Nike Slingshot Irons 3H-PW - $326

Nike Ignite 460cc Driver - $41

 

Total - $367

 

As you can see, I've started the process of upgrading clubs. I'm a high handicapper.



 

post #294 of 445
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Originally Posted by max power View Post

Nothing wrong with the Acuity wedges.  I gave my Acuity Gap Wedge to my brother (a pretty decent player who breaks 80 on occasion) and it's his favorite wedge/club in the bag.  He's got a Vokey LW and a MacGregor MT Pro-M PW and he hardly ever hits them, just prefers the grind and heavy feel of the Acuity wedge.
 



 

It's  a great wedge, no doubt. I've been hitting it pretty solidly lately. I just don't like the weight of it. I feel like I have to really limit my swing so I don't over-shoot it. Just a preference thing.
 

 

post #295 of 445

When I originally bought my set about 15-20 years ago, I think the full set ran about $2,000.  Back then I purchased a full set of Callaway War Bird irons 3-PW, SW, AW, LW.  I started the replacement of my old set with a Callaway Heaven Wood (7).  Then I bought a 3 Wood, then a driver then a 5 Wood.  I think I bought the irons in between the 3 & 5 woods.

 

Three years ago I replaced my driver with a Diablo 406cc driver.  That ran around $200.  I later bought a new 3 & 7 wood (Diablo) for about $150 each.  I also bought an Odyssey putter for around $100.  With my irons, I just replaced the grips with factory grips that I did myself.

 

I know that totals up to 16 clubs but I dropped the 5 wood completely and usually take the 7 wood over the 3 iron.  I've been looking at hybrid irons but can't afford them right now.

post #296 of 445

I replaced 12 of 14 clubs this year. The 7 & 9 woods are from my older bag.

 

TM R11 driver (used) $100

Ping G15 4 wood (used) $99

Callaway Steelhead Plus 7 & 9 woods (used $15 each) $30

Ping G15 irons 5 through gap wedge (new) $300

Callaway sand wedge (new) $100

Titleist lob wedge (used) $50

Ping B60 putter (new) $65

 

Total $744

 

Not too bad considering I've got a really solid set that I'm very happy with. Now if I had to replace them and pay retail I would have to cough up $1797.00

 

Then there is the cost of bags, balls, tees, gloves, shoes, spikes, grips, shag bags, training aids, push carts, umbrellas, clothing, gps, towels, etc, etc, etc. Damn this is an expensive sport!

post #297 of 445
Quote:
Originally Posted by dmnoland View Post

I replaced 12 of 14 clubs this year. The 7 & 9 woods are from my older bag.

 

TM R11 driver (used) $100

Ping G15 4 wood (used) $99

Callaway Steelhead Plus 7 & 9 woods (used $15 each) $30

Ping G15 irons 5 through gap wedge (new) $300

Callaway sand wedge (new) $100

Titleist lob wedge (used) $50

Ping B60 putter (new) $65

 

Total $744

 

Not too bad considering I've got a really solid set that I'm very happy with. Now if I had to replace them and pay retail I would have to cough up $1797.00

 

Then there is the cost of bags, balls, tees, gloves, shoes, spikes, grips, shag bags, training aids, push carts, umbrellas, clothing, gps, towels, etc, etc, etc. Damn this is an expensive sport!



Where did you get an R11 for $100?????

post #298 of 445

Second post here, but I've been reading this site for a while.  My bag is my most cherished possession so no dollar amount would do, but in the real world here's what I paid:

 

Nike SQ Dyno 9.5 Driver      $50 on eBay

Maxfli Black 3 Wood          ~$30 from my starter set

Nike ProCombo Irons 3-P     $520 on eBay

Nike SV 52/56/60 Wedges    $0 gift from best friend

Scotty California Monterey    $0 gift from best friend

Nike Cart Bag                      $140 from Dicks Sporting Goods

 

So about $740....not too bad considered it'd cost me over $2,000 retail.

post #299 of 445

Hmm, after reading my first post, things still look pretty much the same.

post #300 of 445

I bought my club's demo model. I has a nice fat skymark on it but the white paint hides it fairly well.
 

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Where did you get an R11 for $100?????



 

post #301 of 445

Current setup in my signature:

 

Maltby KE4 SSF1 10.5° Driver:  $120 new
Maltby KE4 SSF1 15° Fairway:  $50 new
Bobby Jones/Jesse Ortiz 3H, 21°:  $80 new (on sale)
Maltby KE4 SSF1 4H, 24°:  $47 new
Maltby KE4 U30 Irons, 5i-PW, GW:  $165 new
Bobby Jones/Dave Pelz wedges 56° SW, 60° LW:  $180/both new
Odyssey White Hot XG Rossie Blade:  $45 new (on sale with coupons)

Bag:  $8 at Goodwill

 

So, the current setup was $695 for everything new except for the bag. 

post #302 of 445

all the parts were around $800, the rest is in the epoxy/ferrules/tools/my time.

 

all totaled- pricele$$

post #303 of 445

titleist 910 D2 8.5'       - $389.00

titleist 906F 18.5'        - $119.00

titleist AP2  3-pw        - $599.00

titleist 58.10               - $119.00

titleist 52.10               - $119.00

odyssey #9 white ice  - $120.00

                                 $1465.00

post #304 of 445

Makin me fell like a bandit ;)

 

Driver: 70

3 Wood: 35

5 Wood: 99

2-5h: 110

6-PWi: 97

SW + GW: 60

Putter: 40

 

Total: 511

post #305 of 445

Driver-Titleist 910 D2-360

3Wood-Taylormade r9 tp- free

5Wood-Titleist 910F-50

3i-PW-Nike 2010 pro combos- 700

Sw- titleist vokey cc-110

Lob-ping rustique s model-120

Putter-odessey tour #9-40

= 1380 not too bad!

post #306 of 445

Driver $159

3 wood $129

5 wood $129

Irons $850

Wedges $220

Putter $300

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