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Callaway RAZR Xtreme Driver $259 NEW

Callaway RAZR Xtreme 3Wood Free wiith Driver Purchase NEW

Callaway XHot 3Hybrid $64 DEMO

Adamsgolf CB2 4-GW $220 USED

Acer XB Wedges 50, 54 and 58 $70 NEW

Cleveland Classic 10 putter $40 USED

BagBoy XLT-15 $110 NEW

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Driver: Cobra Amp Cell $149 new Irons: Cobra UFIs $229 used but mint; absolutely flawless when I found them. #3/#5: Adams Ovation $200 new Putter: Titleist Dead Center that I got in 1985 $40 new? So $618...very comfortable with that, aside from what I paid for the fairway woods.

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Callaway RAZR Xtreme Driver $399

Callaway X hot 3 wood  $100 ( traded in a Ping anser)

Ping i20 3Hybrid $130

Ping i20 4Hybrid $130

Ping i20 Irons $699

Ping Tour wedges $90 x2

Scotty Cameron Putter $350

Ogio bag $69

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Ping G5 Driver- $40 Callaway X (2004) 3 wood- $25 Callaway Hawk Eye VFT 3 iron - $19 Callaway X18 Pro 4-P - won them Vokey oil can 252-08 - $30 Vokey SM2 56-14 & 60-04 - $250 Odyssey White Hot XG #7 - won it So $364 total. Probably round it up to $450 counting regripping and adjustments on the used clubs and the occasional headcover Won the bag too. I've been Jonesing for new irons, but I'd rather play a ton of rounds.

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Adams Super LS ($135) w/ Harrison Striper H2 ($199)

Adams Tight Lies ($165) w/ Harrison Mugen Black ($125)

Adams CB1 Irons ($305 for 4-GW, $75 for 3 iron)

Yururi Gekku wedges ($420 for 3)

Never Compromise Putter ($150)

Ogio Chamber ($175)

Ogio X4 Push Cart ($150)

13x Pure Grips @ $6per

Garmin G6 ($249)

All bought brand new as current models. Got lucky on a couple ebay auctions and some sales.

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Driver: Cobra Amp Cell $149 new

Irons: Cobra UFIs $229 used but mint; absolutely flawless when I found them.

#3/#5: Adams Ovation $200 new

Putter: Titleist Dead Center that I got in 1985 $40 new?

So $618...very comfortable with that, aside from what I paid for the fairway woods.

My bag just got a little more expensive...just bought a new Cobra Amp Cell 2/3 Hybrid for $91. Now I just need to see what club I'm going to remove...I'll either drop down to 2 wedges or chunk a fairway wood. Will see after I hit the thing a bit.

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Driver - Adams  = $40 new at Walmart

4-wood - PING G20 = $150 new at Golfsmith

7-wood - PING G20 = $76 used eBay

4-hybrid - PING G25 = $139 used at Golfsmith

irons - Cleveland TA5 gunmetal: I bag the 5i-PW (3i & 4i in the closet)  ≈ $300 (as best as I remember) new from Golfsmith at friends and family night, custom fit, shafts 1/2' longer 2 degrees flat lie angle. I got a free Cleveland hat and golf bag with purchase.

wedges - Cleveland 588 gunmetal: 51 degree = $36 used from eBay. 57 degree = can't remember. 64 degree = $44 used from Old Sport Golf (They have gone out of business and I am really sad about that. It was a great place to pick up used equipment, buy, sell, trade.)

putter = $5 used from a garage sale.

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Driver - Adams  = $40 new at Walmart 4-wood - PING G20 = $150 new at Golfsmith 7-wood - PING G20 = $76 used eBay 4-hybrid - PING G25 = $139 used at Golfsmith irons - Cleveland TA5 gunmetal: I bag the 5i-PW (3i & 4i in the closet)  ≈ $300 (as best as I remember) new from Golfsmith at friends and family night, custom fit, shafts 1/2' longer 2 degrees flat lie angle. I got a free Cleveland hat and golf bag with purchase. wedges - Cleveland 588 gunmetal: 51 degree = $36 used from eBay. 57 degree = can't remember. 64 degree = $44 used from Old Sport Golf (They have gone out of business and I am really sad about that. It was a great place to pick up used equipment, buy, sell, trade.) putter = $5 used from a garage sale.

LMAO Since when did Walmart start selling Adams golf equipment? Strange.....never seen anything from Adams at Walmart except hats and towels.

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Hey purple drank. It was about four or five years ago when I found it. Now my Walmart doesn't sell any clubs but a friend if mine had the same club and I hit it pretty good so when I saw it there in the rack of clubs, I picked it up.

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Hey purple drank. It was about four or five years ago when I found it. Now my Walmart doesn't sell any clubs but a friend if mine had the same club and I hit it pretty good so when I saw it there in the rack of clubs, I picked it up.

Even back then5-10 years ago the only clubs I've ever seen at Walmart are box sets, and John Daly or dunlop clubs....you got a good deal considering todays brand new tight lies driver goes for 400 bucks. Nice find Think they sold some Top Flite putters as well.

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So, I got back into the game this year and retooled my bag.  Here's what I got now...

Driver - TM R1 Black - $300

3 Wood - TM Stage 2 - $180

i15 20* - Free from trade in of old club

i15 23* - $140

Mizuno MP 64 4-PW - fitted $800

Edel Wedges - 54* and 58* - $400 total

Edel Putter - $400

A whopping $2220!  For my own justification, I hobby swapped to cover the cost of all my new clubs.  Either way, don't tell my wife! ;-)

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Driver: 910D3 w/ RIP a 70X - $300
FW: SLDR w/Speeder 77X - $250
3H: 910H w/ Attas 100X - $275
3-PW: 712 CB w/ TT DG TI X100 - $1,150
Vokeys/Scratch wedges: $400
SC Select Custom Newport: $245

not including bag or other stuff like accessories/headcovers/ball markers/divot tools: $2,620

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I've never owned a brand new golf club except for the wedges and have gotten everything off EBay except for the irons, which I got off amazon since I got a $500 gift card as a bonus from work

Driver:  Taylormade R1 TP black - $170

3 wood:  Ping g20 - $130

hybrid:  Ping i20 20* - $115

Irons:  Ping i15 4-UW - $350

Wedges:  Vokey SM4 54.12 60.08, $240

Putter:  Ping Scottsdale Anser 2 adjustable - $105

Total:  $1110

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Mine is worth $23.52, but only because I keep a $20 bill in the sandwich bag with my spare change To me though, it is priceless.

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Driver - Titleist 913 D2: $399

3W - TM RBZ: $549 - aftermarket Fujikura Rombax Type-X

5W - TM RBZ: $429 - aftermarket Fujikura Rombax Type-X

4H  - Adams Idea A12: $220 aftermarket pull off ebay Mitsubishi Diamana D+ HY92

Irons - Mizuno JPX 800 Pro - 5-PW: $600

Wedges - Titlesit Vokeys 50, 56, 60: $360 combined

Putter - SC California Coranado: $300

Titleist 14 Way Premium Stand Bag: $220

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TOTAL: Too Much $3,077

And this doesn't count the rest of my arsenal.

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These are the new prices:

Driver - Ping i20 8.5 - $200

3 Wood - Exotics cb5 15 deg - $250

5 Wood - Ping i20 18 deg- $150

(Tour AD shaft put in the 5 Wood. shaft would cost about $250-300)

Irons - Titleist 712 AP2 4-6/ MB 7-p $900

Gap Wedge - Titleist Vokey sm4 50 deg- $120

Sand Wedge - Cleveland 588 forged RTG 56 deg- $90

Lob Wedge - Titleist TVD-M 60 Deg- $160 (if you dont customize it at all)

Putter - Scotty Cameron Squareback #2- was $349 when new, get them used now for $225ish

Bag - Nike hybrid stand bag - $200

Total - $2420ish

now of course i didnt pay any where near all that because i work at a store that sells used clubs and get killer deals but thats about what it would be brand new today

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Driver 1- Adams Super LS Kuro Kage Black 60 - $120 (new) Driver 2- Adams Super S Fujikura Motore Speeder VC 7.0- $103 ($48-head, $30-shaft pull, $25-adapter) 3w & 5w- Adams Super S Matrix HD Radix S VI - $100 (for both) Hybrid- R11 TP Aldila Voodoo RVS7- $35 (head) shaft is a spare Irons- Diamond Tour C8 Black w/ Golf Gear Int. CT-68 graphite ($100) 50* wedge- Scratch 8620 Project X 6.0HL- (head was a gift) $20 (new shaft) 56* wedge- Scratch 8620 Prject X 6.0HL- $60 (head) $20 (new shaft) Putter- Wishon Smooth 6 CS- $40 (used)

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