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Grip n Rip    0

Im fairly new to golf and am looking to get a new driver and woods. What are some good drivers and woods for a player at the beginner to a higher lever? Im a big fan of titleist and ping products, but am looking for advise.

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mvmac    1,761
Im fairly new to golf and am looking to get a new driver and woods. What are some good drivers and woods for a player at the beginner to a higher lever? Im a big fan of titleist and ping products, but am looking for advise.

All the stuff out there is good. Would recommend going to a demo day so you can hit a few different clubs and see what you like best. Go here to get info for PING demo days

http://ping.com/dealerlocator/default.aspx

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