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I have a set of Top Flite Tour Titanium irons.

These are Pro clubs like Payne Stewart played.

They dont, and never did sell these at Walmart.

I hit them every now and then. 

Great clubs.

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On 4/3/2009 at 6:12 AM, riverc0il said:

Good assessment of the XL set though I disagree that it is not a good set for beginners. It is a decent value for someone that needs everything to get started and has no clue about golf equipment (like myself a year ago) and does not have the time to invest in extensively researching which equipment to pick up on eBay on the cheap.

Agree about the quality of the wood heads. My driver has a few dents (not just from bad swings, though the sky mark is definitely mine) and the 3W shaft broke at the hosel sending the head further than the ball at the range. The 4H head bent at the hosel at well, that may have been poor packing in the car though. I really like the irons and I see no reason why the set shouldn't be steel. Most beginners use steel and graphite would make it a cost prohibitive beginner set. More loft in the driver and 3W even would have been helpful... but I understand they have to market the set and beginners like myself quickly noticed that 10.5 is the highest loft of many drivers... so conclusions get drawn whether or not they are correct. I don't this set would sell well with a higher lofted driver. Finally, the bag works. Tough the stand contraption doesn't work well after less than one season. For what it is, it gets the job done and serves its purpose for two hundred. The irons are solid, the putter is good, and I have enjoyed the hybrids though am disappointed one is bent (could have been my error, maybe not, who knows). I wouldn't recommend this product for any one except the first time golfer who is unsure if they will want to keep playing and just wants to try it without doing extensive equipment research and trying to figure out the second hand market. Still need to buy a sand wedge with this set though. I think the 5000 includes a SW. Not recommended for anyone with any experience as I am quickly upgrading my set to better fit my swing and to sets with better quality components.

That's crazy (the dented and broken clubs)!  I have played golf for 30 years (on and off) and I've had at least 10 sets of clubs.  I have never dented a metal head and I only had one clubhead ever come flying off . .and it was one of my Dad's really old wooden 3 woods that I took the range just to play with.  

The amount of club damage you experienced in just one year makes me think this is not a set anybody should be buying.  

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