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  1. Thank you very much. That is extremely helpful.
  2. Thanks for the responses. If the clubs are even close to "forgiving" my inclination is to keep them, work on the lessons, and then pick a new set down the road.
  3. So, I had to take a 10 year vacation from golfing due to kids sports and my wife and I really want to get back in. I played this week and it reignited my interest to get started again. While I know that getting some lessons to start right, I want to make sure that I have forgiving equipment so my frustration factor is minimized (yes, I remember those years ago). I currently have a set of Ping Eye 2's that has been custom fit to me. They are in great condition, but they are close to 20 years old. So, while I understand that getting lessons is the most important step, should I consider changing to a more recent club or not? BTW - the woods are much more recent Callaway's - that's why I am not asking about those.