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How much is your golf set worth?

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I'll try to put a true market value on my clubs as of now:

Diablo Octane Driver - $100

Adams Speedline 3W - $50

Adams A7OS 3H - $50

Callaway Big Bertha 2004 4-L - $150

Total value about $350.  Spent around $550, not including the "loss" on a few other clubs that I bought and re-sold (probably another $100).

Also just got a brand new Nike M9 Cart bag on ebay for $75.  I won my putter at an outing and don't even know what kind it is.

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It's a national secret. To preserve my sanity, I'd rather not think about it.

Miura Irons and Wedges, Edel Vari-Loft Putter, Adams Driver, 2 TM Fairways - all with aftermarket shafts.

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Let's see

Driver $158

3 & 5 woods $198

3 & 4 hybrids $198

irons $395

wedges $210

putter $60

$1219 Canadian before tax

$1401.85 after tax

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Driver - TaylorMade R11S - $400

3 Wood - TaylorMade RocketBallz - $230

Hybrids - TaylorMade 11 3h and 4h - $340

Irons - TaylorMade R11 5i-PW - $500

Wedges - TaylorMade XFT 52, 56 and 60 - $240

Putter - Scotty Cameron California Coronado - $300

Bag - Ogio Grom 2010 - $200

Balls - TaylorMade Penta - $40

Grips - Black Widow Tour Silk White(13) - $45.50

Scotty Cameron Custom Grip - $60

Total - $2,355.50

Good lord lets hope the little lady never finds this post lol

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Driver: $100

3-wood: $150

Hybrid: $80

Irons: $70

Wedges: $360 (3 wedges at $120 each)

Putter: $30

Grant total: $860.

Theres some amazing deals to be found on Ebay.  Ive bought my set for a fraction of what they would have cost new and wouldnt have nearly as nice of a set if it werent for Ebay and buy used clubs from the local golf shop.

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Let's see...

Driver - £100 (rrp: £260)

3 Wood - £75 (used, rrp: £140)

Hybrid - £80 (ex-demo, rrp: £120)

Irons - £250 (ex-demo, rrp: £450)

Wedges Total - £130 (2 new, 2 with irons, rrp: £250)

Putter - £95 (used, rrp: £195)

Bag - £60 (ebay, rrp: £90)

So...total paid = £790, total rrp = £1505

The lesson here is not to buy new clubs!

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Ogio Assassin Cart Bag: £114.99
Mizuno Bettinardi BC2 Putter: £110
Mizuno MP R-12 58, 54 and 50: £239.97
Mizuno MP-59 Irons 4-PW: £699
Mizuno JPX800 3H: £99.99
Mizuno JPX800 3W: £99.99

Mizuno JPX800 Driver: £149.99

TOTAL: £1,513.93

(excluding glove, balls, tees, towel, tools, shoes, trolley etc)

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Driver - $75
3 wood - $25

3i-PW - $225

52, 56 - $150
50, 56, 60 - $90
Putter - $15

Total - $580

Not too.  All of my clubs were new (never previously used) except the 3-wood.  They were all never the current model and the 50, 56, 60 are knockoffs. I'm too poor to afford the current years model of any club, so I get the previous years models for a much discounted price.

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Wilson Staff Driver Nil (bought with frequent Flyer points)

WS 3W ($150)

WS 5W ($99)

WS 3h ($120)

WS 4h ($150)

WS 5h ($99)

Wilson "Ultra" Iron set 1 ($200)

Wilson Staff Di7 iron set 2 ($250)

old driver ($100)

Tom Watson Adams wedge set ($180)

2 Odyssey putters ($200)

assorted clubs from bins ($150)

total $1700 over 6 years

time to spend some decent money.

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R11 Driver - $400 (2011 Purchase)

R11 3 Wood - $200 (2011 Purchase)

Adams IdeaPro 3i Hybrid - $200 (2007 Purchase)

Titleist DCI Irons - $600 (1998 Purchase)

Cleveland 52, 56, 60 wedges - $360 (2010 Purchase)

Odyssey 2-Ball - $150 (2002 Purchase)

Ping Hoofer 2012 Bag - $200 (2012 Purchase)

Roughly $2100 spent....if sold my setup would probably get $400-$500 tops - majority of which would come from driver, 3-wood and the bag....

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Taylormade R11 (when it was new) $400 + $150 (upgraded shaft later on)

Nike Vr Pro 3 wood $100

Rescue 11 3h & 4h $240

Vr pro blades 3-pw $500

Vr pro 56* & 60* wdges $200

Tour edge gap wedge $40

Nike Method 001 putter $250

Total $1880

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Driver: TaylorMade Burner - $150

3W: Wilson - free

rescue 3: TaylorMade Burner 08 - x-mas gift

Irons: Mizuno JPX e500 - $1100

Wedges: Titleist forged - $20

Putter: TaylorMade Monza Rossa Spider - $200

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Driver - $150 for the head, $250 for the shaft

3wood - $100 for the head, $300 for the shaft

2 hybrid - $250

3 hybrid - $250

4-PW - $800 for the heads, $250 for the shafts

52*/58* wedges - $200, $60 for the shafts (proj.x)

Putter - $300 (actually traded in a set of irons worth $300 for the putter)

So... about $3,360 for everything... it now has become apparent as to why my bank account has been mysteriously dwindling, lol!

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$200 for the driver

$50 3 wood

$50 5 wood

$750 irons

$200 wedges

$150 putter

$1400 spaced out over 4 years I'm actually quite satisfied with this number.  Currently in the middle of rebuilding so after next year I expect that number to rise above $2000 (wedges, 3 wood, hybrid)

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Driver:         R11S  $300      (I popped a 25 percent off balloon at the Roger Dunn Sale)

3 Wood:      Cleveland Mashie:

2 Hybrid      Cleveland Mashie:    $320 for both

Putter:


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