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Where to buy good and cheap golf equipment, need some advices

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golflearner    0

hi bros,

I will start my golf courses very soon, my coach told me to buy a suite of golf equipment and cheap one should be enough, so I plan to buy on internet, but there are a lot online shops, I can't tell which one has the best and cheapest golf clubs and other equipments, please advise, your expenrience is very important for me.

Thanks

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irishmike27    5

If you have a budget in mind, share it so the responses can be more helpful. You can find a new complete set with all the clubs you need and a bag for around $100-but that may not be your best option.

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Bullitt5339    29

My advice would be to get used clubs.  I've used both of these sites with good service and products.

3ballsgolf.com

globalgolf.com

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The Tin Man    15

The only way to get good and cheap is to buy used .  $400 buys a lot better used clubs then new.

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LuigiTheDog    0

You could always try the "Sweaty Handshake" (Criagslist)...I'm sure you could find a used set of decent clubs on there for a good price

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Mr3Wiggle    71

Callaway has a pre-owned site.  It's cheap.  You can get a full setup of good used clubs for less than $500 bucks.

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inthehole    126



Originally Posted by Mr3Wiggle

Callaway has a pre-owned site.  It's cheap.  You can get a full setup of good used clubs for less than $500 bucks.



If they have flea markets where you live - I picked up a complete set of decent enough learner clubs for $10 with a bag - I used those clubs for at least 20 rounds in the beginning.      I see old golf clubs every week there.

If thats not an option, rockbottomgolf.com & budgetgolf.com are arguably the two largest and most reputable online golf retailers.

If you want a recommendation - I've not been playing yet 2 years & still haven't outgrown my first good set - Taylor Made "Burner Plus" irons - they're very forgiving for beginners & now that they've been out a couple years, you can find them on closeout for around $250 new online (I paid $400 for mine new).    Just look for irons in the  "super game improvement" category - that is what you need if you decide to go new ...

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cooke119    15

I've purchased a lot of stuff from Rockbottomsgolf, never had a problem, low prices, big selection. Spend some time there looking around for deals or go to Ebay.

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awmgolfer    16
Diamond tour has some good clubs at affordable prices along with hireko. I am now using Malt by clubs from golfworks and I can't rave about them enough and there is a multitude of styles and prices, great quality and very affordable. I picked up a 3-PW for around $300 and they are just as good as anything else I've ever used or tried. They also have some models more for beginners (game improvement) which the heads are cheaper then the ones I purchased. Plenty of good options out there. Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk 2

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LBlack14    21
Callaway FT-IQ Tour 9.5* Fubuki Tour 63S GigaGolf C9 3w, 5w & 7w Grafalloy Pursuit S Acer XFHT 5-7 XF 8-PW Royal Precision Rifle 5.5 OGIO Asassin cart bag new with tags All for around $350-$375 shipped and all in EXCELLENT condition. Just thought I'd throw it out there.

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FlyKixz23    0

New equipment> Discountdansgolf.com/ Golfdiscount.com/ TGW.com/ stick with well known sites that offer discounts and promo codes with a selection of new and used clubs! Callaway preowned and others are good ways to go about getting cheaper equipment depending on what it is your after!

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