Hi, I'm 13 and haven't yet broken 100. My current clubs are Adams Teen Set. Look 'em up on their website; they kinda suck. Well not really, the driver's fabulous and so is the Ida a7 hybrid, but the irons have that Nike thing going on, where they're practically all blades yet the 5 and 6 have this thing coming of the back that's not really a cavity it's just a line thing. Anyways, I'm growing and next year they're too small. Without price an option, what is the best set for me (all clubs: irons, woods, wedges) they don't have to be all the same set like my current they can be different. (ex. R11, razr xf, vokey's) Thanks........
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I would recommend checking out Ping. They do a really nice job with their custom fitting, quality is excellent and the irons and wedges are very durable. I got my son a set of G15 irons last year, 6 iron thru pitching wedge, half inch short, undersized grip, senior steel flex shafts, gold color code. It's fit to his size and swing tendencies, all done thru Ping WRX department.
Titleist makes very good irons and the vokey wedges are probably some of the best on the market. For irons just make sure to get non-blades.The best putter to get would be a scotty cameron but not everyone wants to spend $300 on a putter. Taylormade is the best for woods IMO. Adams makes very nice hybrids. The a7 hybrid would be something to carry over into the next set, I love my A7OS hybrid. All of this will come out to a very high price, which is the sad thing.
I would suggest hitting a different type of Adams... Get ahold of an older set, the A3OS etc., and try those. My students at school, I am the asst golf coach, hit the daylights out of em. Or the A4OS's or the A7OS's. I love em. The other clubs you might get ahold of are:
Callaway Diablo Edge
They all hit nice. I chose the Redline's because they were forgiving and had a lot of length. Love the Adams stuff. Next behind them was the Diablo's followed closely by the Burner's.
Just my thoughts. Good luck.
Mizuno JPX-EZ irons
Ping G25's (i think the best looking pings ever)
In terms of something that feels soft, Mizuno's have the best tech when it comes to feel. They do a lot of study on sound interaction and make their clubs to sound soft, which I prefer. Most pings have a high pitch sound to them. Taylormade kinda falls in between. But, Any of these three plus any other cavity back iron you might find. I kinda like these type of sets because they are progressive, meaning they fit in more workability in the higher lofted irons, and more forgiveness in the lower lofted irons. So you get a bit more play out of them through out the set.
If your not wanting to shell out money for a new set. I would recommend hitting some irons to find out which brand and shaft type you like. Then you can go to a site like global golf, and order a used set online.