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post #415 of 445

Set 1(in the trunk of car 1)

Driver 1       185   used D3

Driver 2      400    new D2

hybrids       280    used/new xl hibores

Irons         400      new CG-16

wedges     390       new Vokey C-C

putter        300       New scotty

bag           225       New bag boy revolver xlt

total        $2180

 

set 2 (in the trunk of car 2)

driver 1     200      new TM burner 2.0

driver 2     300       New Nike VRS

hybrids     140       new adams super S

irons         310       used 710 Mb

wedges     390       new SM4's

putter        280       used scotty

bag           200       new bag boy revolver xl

total        $1820

 

Some new some used,some traded... this is what I've collected in the past 6 years, mostly titleist, cleveland and taylormade...wow I need to budget...okay only 1k this year


Edited by Jodastra - 12/10/13 at 6:51pm
post #416 of 445

next to nothing. I only carry a few clubs these days and only own maybe 12 clubs that are what I consider nice clubs.:surrender:

post #417 of 445

Callaway X Hot Driver - $179.99

Callaway X Hot 3 Wood - $179.99

Callaway X Forged 3-PW - $799.99

Callaway Mack Daddy 2 Wedges (50, 56, 60) - $119.99 ea

Odyssey Putter - $169.99

 

Total - $1689.93

post #418 of 445

Driver: Titleist 913 D3 (9.50) – Aldila RIP 60-2.9-Stiff - $399

Fairway: Titleist 906 F4 (15.50) with Tileist Graphite Design YS-6 FW+ Stiff - Bought Used - $50

Hybrid: Titleist 910H (170) with Project X 6.0 steel shaft - $179

Irons: Mizuno MP 4's 3 thru PW with Dynamic Gold S300 steel shafts - $1,150

Wedges: Titleist Vokey GW (540) & LW (580) & Extra LW (620)w/ Dynamic Gold S300 steel shafts, -$375

Putter: Scotty Cameron Newport 2.5 – Center Shaft (Fatso 5.0 grip) - $299

Balls: Titleist Pro V1x

Bag: Titleist Carry bag

 

Total: $2,452

post #419 of 445
they're worth whatever I think they're worth. Shoot a 72? They're priceless.

Clank around with an 88 or worse? They ain't worth shit.

I don't care how much your Unobtanium Anti gravity clubs cost. If you can play, you can play. I've played with 30 year old clunkers in Dad's garage that I've kept there since they moved to Florida. Broken 80 with them consistently. And that's with a $10 bargain bin driver from a discount store in 1985, and a set of Wilson cast clubs I bought in JCPenney's around the same time just before heading to Pebble Beach to shoot a 79 with them. I can putt with a hammer it seems, so that Bullseye lookalike putter from my first set of Chi Chi Rodriguez Northwestern blades didn't bother me. Just need a half bucket of balls to get used to them again, roll a few on the putting green and I'm good to go.

I will NEVER pay full retail for a club or sets of clubs, I cherry pick from last years models, find a used fairway wood in a pro shop or something and make up my set from those. It isn't that I'm cheap- 3 drivers in 18 months as an example- TM Tour Burner '09 (didn't like it, didn't have the "pop" I wanted), Callaway Diablo Octane Tour (okay, but was usurped by...) Brand new TM R11s I grabbed on sale at Golf Galaxy for less than $200. Between the 3 of them it might have been $325 total spent. Retail would have been closer to $900 and I would have expected a miracle for that money. I know the limitations to my game and I don't expect miracles. Although every new club is PERFECT... for a bit.
post #420 of 445
Quote:
Originally Posted by RayG View Post

they're worth whatever I think they're worth. Shoot a 72? They're priceless.

Clank around with an 88 or worse? They ain't worth shit.
 


"Hello? Yes my golf clubs have been stolen."
"Value? Well based on my last round nothing..."
"OK thanks."

:doh:

post #421 of 445
I have to agree with Ray G regarding the fact that every new club is PERFECT for a time - hopefully longer than shorter. And with the turnover rate/release of new clubs, one certainly can find high quality gear for bargain prices if one looks around enough. I love bargain shopping for just about everything golf clubs included. What's perfect now? Hmmm my Ping G20 4-wood bought new for discount price when the G25s came out. What's still hot? My Adams Tight Lies 10.5° Titanium High Launch Max COR driver (new from Walmart for $40 bought about 4-5 years ago). Can hit that club straight 80-90% of the time - not the longest - but fairways are good.
post #422 of 445

Under a thousand thanks to Ebay, around fifteen hundred if purchased retail. I don't think I will ever buy another club in a retail store.

post #423 of 445

How much did it all cost, or what is it worth? Those are two very different things. 

post #424 of 445
Scotty putter. 400
Ping answer 52 56 wedges. 340
Mizuno mp54. 1200
Ping g25 hybrids 20 23. 360
Adams tight lies 16. 160
Calloway 3 deep. 175
Titelist 913d2 400.

Ouch. 3035.00.
post #425 of 445

no disrespect.. but where are you buying your Ping Wedges... I have the same... mine didn't cost 170 a piece?

post #426 of 445
I had graphite shafts installed and new grips.
post #427 of 445
I must one cheap old man. Just read this thread and it never occurred to me to see what I have invested in the bag I'm currently playing.
GEL putter, $50 online purchase brand new.
Maltby Tricept wedges, 54* and 58*, $33 apiece.
Maltby TE forged iron heads, 6i - GW, $150
6 steel shafts for irons (cheap-o), $48
Old Callaway Big Bertha 5i that I reshafted with a Prolaunch Blue, ($25 shaft)
Black widow grips on my irons, 0.60cents each (on sale from Maltby), $6
Cleveland Mashie+ hybrids, 3h & 4h, $49 each (online purchase new)
Adams Ovation 4W, several years old, purchased online for $49 new
Cleveland Launcher 290SL 12* driver, $99 purchased online new
Tour Edge Exotics Extreme stand bag, $70 online purchase new.
Total? $660
If I bought new proline equipment at retail, I'd only get maybe a driver and a couple wedges or a hybrid for $600...

BTW, I love Maltby equipment and assembling my own stuff. For the $200 I paid for my iron heads and shafts, I got what would have cost twice as much for anything comparable in a pro shop.
post #428 of 445

Driver TM RBZ STG2  $249.00

3 WOOD TM RBZ STG2 $229.00

HYBRID COBRA USED $70.00

ADAMS CB2's HY-PW $599.00

ADAMS CB2 GW $59.99

TITLEIST VOKEYS 54*/58* $270.00

TM DADDYLONGLEGS $199.00

 

                                $1675.99

post #429 of 445
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Originally Posted by Gioguy21 View Post
 

Driver: 913D3 w/ DI-7X - $365
FW: SLDR w/ATTAS 80X - $350
3H: 910H w/ Attas 100X - $275
3-PW: 712 CB w/ TT DG TI X100 - $1,150
Vokeys/Scratch wedges: $400
SC Dual Balance Futura X: $350

Titleist 2014 9.5" Staff Bag: $275

not including other stuff like accessories/headcovers/ball markers/divot tools: $3,165

 

Fixed/Edited

post #430 of 445

Driver: $299.99

3 wood: $149.99

4 wood: $149.99

4 iron- pitching wedge: $950

50* wedge: Christmas present so free

56*: $79.99

61*: $79.99

Putter: $69.99 (grip was $20)

 

Total: $1780!

post #431 of 445

Old set of Ping Eye 2s $25/club (2-pw) $225

Driver $75 (new-to-me)

3-Wood $75 (new-to-me)

hybrid (strong3) $65 (new-to-me)

 

60 Wedge free

Sand wedge $125 (new)

 

total set $565

 

If you throw in the new shafts .....  $180 for a grand total of USD$745 over 30+ years of golfing LOL.

 

I swear I spent more on golf balls than I ever had on golf clubs LOL

post #432 of 445
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gioguy21 View Post
 

 

Fixed/Edited

Driver: 913D3 w/ DI-7X - $365
FW: SLDR w/ATTAS 80X - $350
3H: 910H w/ Attas 100X - $275
3-PW: 712 CB w/ TT DG TI X100 - $1,150

7-PW: 714 MB w/ TT DG TI X100 - $560
Vokeys/Scratch wedges: $550
SC Dual Balance Futura X: $350

Titleist 2014 9.5" Staff Bag: $275

not including other stuff like accessories/headcovers/ball markers/divot tools: $3,875

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