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post #19 of 31
Global golf is legit. I know you said you want to avoid online, but I've ordered 3 clubs from them and every one of them came in much better condition than than they listed. I bought a demo driver that was said to be very good, it looked brand new.
post #20 of 31
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Originally Posted by irishmike27 View Post

Global golf is legit. I know you said you want to avoid online, but I've ordered 3 clubs from them and every one of them came in much better condition than than they listed. I bought a demo driver that was said to be very good, it looked brand new.

ok I will take a look and see what they ahve

post #21 of 31
Good idea, one I just looked up is priced good too.
post #22 of 31

Bought my 910F, from Global Golf, but was a tad over 50.00, IIRC it was 65.00 shipped.

post #23 of 31

Consider a Callaway Big Bertha Warbird, with the sole area recessed under the heel and toe. Might be good as is, or reshafted with a recent, lighter graphite. The Warbird shaft is a bore-through, so you would have to find the right clubsmith for a reshaft.

 

I got a Warbird "Strong 4" and it goes dead straight. The shaft, however, is a heavier, Stiff early graphite, and I don't get much distance.

 

(I bought it for $12 about two months after I got a Tour Edge XRail 4W and 7W).

post #24 of 31
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Originally Posted by irishmike27 View Post

Global golf is legit. I know you said you want to avoid online, but I've ordered 3 clubs from them and every one of them came in much better condition than than they listed. I bought a demo driver that was said to be very good, it looked brand new.

 

Always great to hear members had a good experience with one of our sponsors, thanks

post #25 of 31

  I play a sonartec SS 2.5 3 wood.  I love the head, great size, I would consider it shallow by today's standard, not small but not really big either by today's standard.  Real fujikura shaft came standard.  I would consider it mid flight, not a ton of spin. 

  I have hit it outside against plenty of other newer woods, I really don't feel like I am giving up anything playing it over something new.  I would imagine that you could find one in good shape for $50 or less.

post #26 of 31
I find the original steelhead still keeps up with todays three woods to be honest
post #27 of 31

I second (or third) the idea of finding a TaylorMade V Steel. Great fairway woods and I had a good experience with ebay.

post #28 of 31
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Originally Posted by oregongolfguy View Post
 

  I play a sonartec SS 2.5 3 wood.  I love the head, great size, I would consider it shallow by today's standard, not small but not really big either by today's standard.  Real fujikura shaft came standard.  I would consider it mid flight, not a ton of spin. 

  I have hit it outside against plenty of other newer woods, I really don't feel like I am giving up anything playing it over something new.  I would imagine that you could find one in good shape for $50 or less.


what he said! i would add most any sonartec fairway wood.

post #29 of 31
Tour Edge Exotics CB2 3 wood is a bomber. A great option off the tee on bad driver days. I will also say that the V-steel is a great club. Another solid performer is the Cleveland Launcher.
post #30 of 31
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Originally Posted by dwade247 View Post

yeah I thought about reshafting that v-stee. But it is also gone now too. There is another old taylormade at golfgalaxy. Not sure what it is but I saw it yesterday. It's $7. Might go find out what it is and see what you guys know about it. I have been thinking about waiting around for a 910 because the pga store has a lefty one for 40 bucks. If I can find a righty for that price I will definitely buy it. Do they have two versions of the 910 like that have had in the past? If so, which is the shallow face one?

And unfortunately I was also too slow to act on an R7 I found and it's gone too. Obviously I am in a golf hot spot (3 stores  within a mile of each other) and unfortunately most people around here have much more money to drop on a whim for an old school club so they disappear fast.
If you still want an R7 ST 3 wood, contact me?
post #31 of 31

I bought a used Taylormade RBZ stage 2 3 wood standard lie and I absolutely love it. I don't even hit my PING G10 driver anymore. I consistently hit this club 275 and sometimes even more. I got the club for $67 and it was essentially in brand new condition. The one thing I do urge you to do is go try different flexes. This rocketfuel shaft is a bit stiffer so I went with a regular shaft when everything else in my bag is stiff.

 

Dylan

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