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Help with club choice

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Hey Y'all,

I recently had a set of Mizuno MP14's and a set of King Cobra Cb6's stolen from my house. I now am in the club searching phase and have come across a couple of sets.

I have a set of Wilson Sam Snead Blue Ridge irons 3-9 with leather reminder grips and im not positive of the shaft but seem to be like a s300 stiffness with the faces in decent to ok shape

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a set of Titelist Acushnet 108's 2-PW with golf pride grips and regular steel shafts, but the grips are in terrible condition. the faces are decent

I am not very experienced at golf, and have around a +20 handicap. Which of these sets would make more sense to regrip and in the case of the wilsons probably refinish the heads?

Any help would be appreciated.

PS when i played with my old sets, i preferred playing the mizuno blades and my game was substantially better with them.

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I would go with Adams irons as they give more breaks while playing..
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Hey Y'all,

I recently had a set of Mizuno MP14's and a set of King Cobra Cb6's stolen from my house. I now am in the club searching phase and have come across a couple of sets.

I have a set of Wilson Sam Snead Blue Ridge irons 3-9 with leather reminder grips and im not positive of the shaft but seem to be like a s300 stiffness with the faces in decent to ok shape

and

a set of Titelist Acushnet 108's 2-PW with golf pride grips and regular steel shafts, but the grips are in terrible condition. the faces are decent

I am not very experienced at golf, and have around a +20 handicap. Which of these sets would make more sense to regrip and in the case of the wilsons probably refinish the heads?

Any help would be appreciated.

PS when i played with my old sets, i preferred playing the mizuno blades and my game was substantially better with them.


First, welcome to The Sand Trap! :beer:

Second, I would personally recommend that you forget that you own either of those second sets that were not stolen. You can definitely pick up a very affordable and decent set of used clubs online though which would definitely benefit you and your game much more. I can confidently say that just due to the significant changes in technology.

I would personally recommend that you check out Global Golf for a set of decent used irons. I think this would be much more beneficial than spending around $100.00 to re-grip those old clubs of yours.

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I would suggest as a 20+ you consider a set that was made more recently and will be much more forgiving, unless you are into retro golf equipment.

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Thanks for all the quick responses. I will definitely look into newer clubs, but between the Wilson's and the Titleists which do you think would be a better club? I for some unknown reason love playing older clubs.

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I guess the Titleist's, but again I definitely would not waste money regripping them. You can pick up a whole set of newer (used) irons for maybe $100-150 more than it would cost to regrip those things. A very good set at that. You'd also be advancing from 8-track to Blu-ray in the process, in terms of technical and game-improving advancement.

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