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post #19 of 23

Internet sites I have tried with great success.

RockbottomGolf or Hurricane Golf... I have used both and highly recommend either. If you have some time on your hands, also try Deal a Day golf; they have daily deals on various golf equipment.

post #20 of 23
Any local golf shoppe should have a used bin with a good assortment of clubs. Today at my local, I saw a set of RAC LT's for $130, an R7 460 for $70, plenty of good, cheap FW's, hybrids and wedges. I picked up a $29 Ping putter.
post #21 of 23

Try to buy a brand name set that matches your ability. For instance, stay away from forged irons or blades. If you're starting out, get a set that is easy to hit (eg. Adams Golf). If you have a small budget, go to Play It Again Sports and check out what they have. If you find you don't like the game, you can always sell it back to them. And if it's a brand name, it'll sell faster and you usually will get more for it than a no-name.

post #22 of 23
I got a set of Turner LPT irons fully custom for $220 that's including shipping. They are clones of the RBZ irons. A lot of guys here will knock clones but most of them have never even seen clones. They are high quality, and come from a reputable company. Check em out www.diamondtour.com
post #23 of 23

Check out globalgolf.com....great prices on used and openbox returns..plus fast shipping.

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