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Callaway Pre-Owned (US Open sale) 25% off entire order

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Not sure if this has been posted, but Callaway Pre-Owned has these sales only but a few times per year. Discount applied in cart.

Great deal if you're in the market for clubs.

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Not sure if this has been posted, but Callaway Pre-Owned has these sales only but a few times per year.

Great deal if you're in the market for clubs.

https://www.callawaygolfpreowned....PMQAvD_BwE
I'm not seeing this at all. Coupon code?
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I'm not seeing this at all. Coupon code?
I put one in my cart and saw discount at checkout.
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I put one in my cart and saw discount at checkout.
Thanks - uBlock must have blocked it at first.

Doesn't seem like Mavrik's are on sale at 25% (just 10%), but not bad for the older lines.
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Not sure if this has been posted, but Callaway Pre-Owned has these sales only but a few times per year.

Great deal if you're in the market for clubs.

https://www.callawaygolfpreowned....PMQAvD_BwE
MAVRIK's excluded from the deal, but 10% off right now.
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Thanks - uBlock must have blocked it at first.

Doesn't seem like Mavrik's are on sale at 25% (just 10%), but not bad for the older lines.
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MAVRIK's excluded from the deal, but 10% off right now.
How are the Mavrik's? I'm considering a new driver and am curious what people think about them.
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Depends on so many factors, but I am very happy with the Mavrik 3-w sub zero I picked up. (shaft: Aldila Rogue MSI 130 White X-stiff)
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Callaway Golf Pre-Owned has 25% off your order. Discount applies automatically at checkout.
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Excludes Mavrik
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what's a good set for beginner?
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Just locked in a Like New Epic Flash driver, they even let you customize it which is cool
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what's a good set for beginner?
beginner...just go get a set from a neighbor or don't spent more than $100. Unless you are rich then buy a set of oversized callaway irons. they are money. then go hit a couple thousand balls at the range.
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beginner...just go get a set from a neighbor or don't spent more than $100. Unless you are rich then buy a set of oversized callaway irons. they are money. then go hit a couple thousand balls at the range.
lol, i have an old set that i already learn to swing. my friend who is a good golfer, he calls it blade irons. apparently it's hard to hit, but once it hits the sweet spot, it goes straight and far.
it's a good set, but yeah, kinda hard to hit.

i m looking for a more forgiving iron sets
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what's a good set for beginner?
Cheap clubs are best for beginners IMO, but everyone is different. If you have a disposable cash laying around, I would go to a Golf Galaxy or other chain store and get a premium beginners set. I would stay away from the $200-300 beginner's sets at big box stores like Dick's, they usually are pretty crappy but I did start on one. The head flew off the driver within the first two weeks and I got a replacement but most those clubs are trash.

I think the best option is to scour Craigslist, Nextdoor, FB Marketplace, etc. for used name brand clubs that are less than 10 years old. I got back into golf since playing back in college and went this route to build up a playable set. Got an older Cobra driver for $30, set of FW woods for $50, set of Nike Machspeed irons for $100, mizuno wedges for $60 and went out and bought a putter (try out some putters at a store and see what you like, this is the club that you will use the most and worth a lil' extra dough).

Pretty happy with my set and you'll start to see what you like and don't like. I am not a fan of the wedges I got, so did a bit of research on what suits me. Picked up a set of MD4's off this Callaway sale that seem to suit my swing.

If you're going all in early, go get some lessons and a fitting... but if you're budget conscious (hell you're a SD'er) this might not be the best choice until you develop a consistent swing. If you're anything like most newbs, you'll do some damage to nice clubs or get some nasty wear marks all over the heads. I will def do a fitting when I get better and decide to upgrade, but for now I am happy with my second-hand setup.
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lol, i have an old set that i already learn to swing. my friend who is a good golfer, he calls it blade irons. apparently it's hard to hit, but once it hits the sweet spot, it goes straight and far.
it's a good set, but yeah, kinda hard to hit.

i m looking for a more forgiving iron sets
I that case get a set with a cavity back (an opening, or a little meat on the back/bottom)
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