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Help me find a graduation present?

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Well as the big day for me approaches i will soon be graduating and going off to college.

And for a graduation present i wanted new clubs. I've been playing for about four years and these new clubs will be replacing a no name driver, putter, and LW. Along with my Tommy Armour 845s and Cleveland SW. Though i love these clubs i need some more forgiving irons the 845s are nearly the size of blades and some days i can hit great with them other days i cant. Mainly i am looking for clubs that are really forgiving. It doesnt have to be a complete  set just lead me in the direction of some nice irons, driver, and putters. So it can make my decision a bit easier.

My budget is $800 or less.

Also sorry if i didnt spell or word things correctly im a bit tired lol.

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a lot of iron options out there. tm burner irons I have heard are some amazing clubs. burner driver is also a great club. you can buy a used burner driver for cheap. and really, the putter is up to you. all about the feel of the putter being right for you. whatever putter feel right, buy it.

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some great deals online for Taylormade burner plus iron sets.     If you have a Dicks Sporting Goods near you - theyre running some huge sales ... I picked up an Adamas Speedline driver yesterday for $59 (ok, so it's a 2009 model, fine by me).   Picked up an Adams hybrid for $39 over the winter there too...

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I agree....just looking around you can get a full set of Taylor Made or Callaway clubs(New clubs, but older models) for less than 800.

I know you can find iron sets for 300-400, drivers for 150, FW's for 100 and putters for 80-100.

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Check out GPP for some good prices. Go to a golf store to test out a couple of clubs after you look for some deals that will give you a full set hopefully for the price range your looking for.

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I'd suggest keeping an eye on good clubs on classifieds forum here and and golfwrx.com, there are great, lightly used clubs available pretty frequently.

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