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tmkII

New Beginner, left Handed

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Good Morning Sand Trap,

For some reason last few months i have debated on wanting some golf clubs. I've finally made up my mind and decided I want some clubs. But, heres the kicker; i have no idea where to begin to look. Im left handed, and i know thats different in the golf world. Can someone help me, or direct me in what to buy?! I literally just joined this forum, and excited to see what people have to say. Thanks in advance, and hope you all had a great weekend!

-TK

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Do you have "superstore" with a liberal trade in policy near you?  Rodger Dun (Southern Calif.) had around 50 lefty sets.....used. (A few months ago.)

Also some lefty's find they can hit right handed clubs without issues, and some not.

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Thanks for the reply/help. Im from Florida, so there has to be some golf stores around. Theres a "Golfsmith" next to my house, Id have to look into the liberal trade policy that you mentioned. Sounds like a great deal for beginners. You have any tips/ideas on what kind of company or style i should look for, or is it more or less a personal preference?

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Originally Posted by tmkII

Thanks for the reply/help. Im from Florida, so there has to be some golf stores around. Theres a "Golfsmith" next to my house, Id have to look into the liberal trade policy that you mentioned. Sounds like a great deal for beginners. You have any tips/ideas on what kind of company or style i should look for, or is it more or less a personal preference?



Without knowing whether you're athletic, or dedicated to this hobby long term, or even what options are available where you are (assuming getting clubs from Quebec off ebay is not an option for you) it's really hard to recommend brands or specific models.

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id say im pretty athletic, i played football in college. im in grad school, so i think weekend would be the most i would be able to play. so it'll be more or less a hobby, but a competitive hooby :) i guess ill cruise over to the closest golf store and see what they have to say. thanks for you input, its appreciated.

Originally Posted by sean_miller

Without knowing whether you're athletic, or dedicated to this hobby long term, or even what options are available where you are (assuming getting clubs from Quebec off ebay is not an option for you) it's really hard to recommend brands or specific models.



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Florida is the world capital of golf superstores and used clubs.  Golfsmith in California only has a 10 day trial period on used clubs. 90 days on new.

Rodger Dun is 90 days used and new. Keep in mind these are trade in policies....not money back!

You also have the PGA superstores which I hear are huge.

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