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FWIW... Got this for the same price last year. Ok set for the money, but the driver broke within the first few rounds. Dick's wouldn't replace it and I saw a few reviews where the same thing happened to others
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Will this work for me since I'm 6'3 tall ??? Just curious
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As an avid golfer who also started playing with a set of cheap clubs, i highly advise against buying these.
When you start golf, youll be hacking 90% of the time. These sets are cheap and will break. It happened to me when i bought my first cheap set.
Invest in used good quality golf clubs from global golf or check your offer up. Any titlest, pings, Taylor Made. You can find a used set for $100-$200.
Thank me later.
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Just buy a good used set of callaway or tm irons and woods from the usual suspects. It might be a little more up front but well worth the money. And when you're ready to upgrade they will be worth something unlike the top flights.
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As an avid golfer who also started playing with a set of cheap clubs, i highly advise against buying these.
When you start golf, youll be hacking 90% of the time. These sets are cheap and will break. It happened to me when i bought my first cheap set.
Invest in used good quality golf clubs from global golf or check your offer up. Any titlest, pings, Taylor Made. You can find a used set for $100-$200.
Thank me later.
I'm tempted to go with these at this price. My big hangup with finding good used and the like is that I have no reference for a jumping off point. You are saying these are bad. What would your suggestion be to a person wanting to take the route you mentioned and buy used clubs for the obvious value advantage, who has not even stepped foot on a golf course? Asking honestly because I'm all for second hand, just not sure what to look for in clubs. Thanks
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I'm tempted to go with these at this price. My big hangup with finding good used and the like is that I have no reference for a jumping off point. You are saying these are bad. What would your suggestion be to a person wanting to take the route you mentioned and buy used clubs for the obvious value advantage, who has not even stepped foot on a golf course? Asking honestly because I'm all for second hand, just not sure what to look for in clubs. Thanks
Look for standard length, regular flex shafts, with at least 3-PW and preferably with a SW as well. Any of the above brands Titleist, Taylor, Nike. I started with Ping Eye 2s which are old, but were revolutionary for their time and you can grab a set of those for $50-$100 easy on the fleabay. There's one pro who still uses them, though I can't remember the name. If you go with Ping, go with black dot if possible which is standard lie angle.
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Top Flite of the world, Craig!
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As an avid golfer who also started playing with a set of cheap clubs, i highly advise against buying these.
When you start golf, youll be hacking 90% of the time. These sets are cheap and will break. It happened to me when i bought my first cheap set.
Invest in used good quality golf clubs from global golf or check your offer up. Any titlest, pings, Taylor Made. You can find a used set for $100-$200.
Thank me later.
First, I appreciate the OP taking the time to post this. But, I'd highly recommend getting a better quality used set.

The comments about the driver falling apart is completely unacceptable. This should never happen and for dicks not to remedy that is quite surprising.
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Look for standard length, regular flex shafts, with at least 3-PW and preferably with a SW as well. Any of the above brands Titleist, Taylor, Nike. I started with Ping Eye 2s which are old, but were revolutionary for their time and you can grab a set of those for $50-$100 easy on the fleabay. There's one pro who still uses them, though I can't remember the name. If you go with Ping, go with black dot if possible which is standard lie angle.
Agree with above. I am new to golf, 5 yo daughter is taking lessons and I actually bought the top flight set and returned them unused a week or so later after doing a lot of research and talking with local golf shops. Better off piecing together better quality used equipment off eBay, 3 balls, Callaway used, etc. I ended up spending about $150 more, but I have ping bag, ping 3-pw&sw, 3 TaylorMade adjustable drivers, TaylorMade 3 wood, brand new TaylorMade 4hybrid, odyssey spade and mallet putters. So lots better quality and quantity of clubs and would have been cheaper if I didn't buy the new hybrid 2 extra drivers, and 2 different putters, but I wanted to learn and have different loft drivers to see what works best for me.
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Callaway 2004 great big Bertha irons are a good starter set. Get a set with 4 - PW. Should be about 150. Grab a used SW for about 30, and try to find a set of 3 woods for around 100, example callaway Diablo.
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+1 for the mention of quality used set vs these. May even luck up at a thrift shop, let it go app, etc
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Got this set a few model years ago when I started golfing. Have had no problems or complaints. Clubs have taken a beating, especially the driver, and have not failed.
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Will this work for me since I'm 6'3 tall ??? Just curious
As a newbie, can you play with them? sure. After a season or two, you definitely want to get fitted and likely get longer shafts. Unfortunately you can't get away with a standard set of clubs like us shorter (5'8") guys can.
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As a newbie, can you play with them? sure. After a season or two, you definitely want to get fitted and likely get longer shafts. Unfortunately you can't get away with a standard set of clubs like us shorter (5'8") guys can.
thas not nec true its your wrist to floor measurement, im 6'4 and play standard
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