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What is a good price for a set of Titleist T300 irons? 6-PW plus 48*, standard specs with senior flex shafts.

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2 hours ago, CharlieB said:

What is a good price for a set of Titleist T300 irons? 6-PW plus 48*, standard specs with senior flex shafts.

165 new for graphite shafts is the mspr. I'd say if you can get 5 clubs for 550-600 you'd be doing real good (on the buying end). They are quite new and they probably won't drop in price any time soon. Are you looking to buy or sell? If it's sell, maybe make a marketplace post open to offers? Hope this helps.

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I was thinking of buying a set. I found a set on EBay new for $750, but I’m not sure if I should go that route. The local golf course sells them, plus they fit you for them. I am not a good player, so I don’t know if I would even benefit from getting them fitted.

They are good looking and shiny, so they would dress up my bag. LOL

Actually I’m thinking that maybe they would give me the confidence to hit irons again.

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10 minutes ago, CharlieB said:

I was thinking of buying a set. I found a set on EBay new for $750, but I’m not sure if I should go that route. The local golf course sells them, plus they fit you for them. I am not a good player, so I don’t know if I would even benefit from getting them fitted.

A quick google search has Golf Galaxy selling them with stock shaft (upgrades available) at $125 per club for steel and $137.50 for graphite, which would put you at $625 or $690 for a 6-PW set. That also gives you the ability to set your length/loft/lie/grip type etc vs buying whatever Ebay has in stock.

As for a fitting, I don't know what your club's policy is, but if the fitting is included, there is no reason not to do it.

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CAUTION: Unless it's a verifiable Titleist dealer selling on Ebay, which I doubt very much, do not, I repeat, DO NOT by them there because more than likely they're fake/counterfeit. You can find legit dealers near you on the Titleist website. Golf Galaxy is a good choice and they do fittings. I have the T300 which I got from GG. I'm very happy with them although it did take some time for me to dial into the distances I was getting from them because I hit the ball so much farther with them compared to my old set of Callaway's.

And by the way, the T300's are considered more of the "game improvement" irons in their line than the T100 or 200. To that I say, B.S. I could hit forged blades if I wanted to. I tried all three and I liked the feel of the T300's.

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Like I said before, I’m not a good player, plus I only play once a week. Our local  dealer wanted $875 for a 6-A wedge. I wound up buying a used set of 714 AP1’s in great shape from a guy in a neighboring town. They are a 5-A wedge, but I’m going to re-grip them,  so I’ll be all in at about $310.

Those T300 irons sure are nice looking though.

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