Neewollah wrote: »
To be honest all the top brands are excellent and great quality. Personally I'm a big Taylormade fan myself. Find they last and are very forgiving
Are you talking about just a new set of irons for 1K or a whole new set of 14 clubs altogether?
blue note wrote: »
I'd imagine they'd be delighted to put you on one of the machines if you're thinking of spending that sort of money - check you out and get some sort of an idea of what sort of shafts might suit you and the like. And they should let you try what you're looking at before buying I'd assume.
But you can't go wrong with any of the leading brands. I think Wilson irons tend to have slightly more bang for their buck than others, but if you shop around you'll find deals on cobras or callaways or whatever. Second hand is always a good option. I have my irons for over 10 years and they're great clubs. If someone else had a set for a couple of years they're most likely absolutely fine.
I wouldn't spend too much of your budget on the putter. Again - Wilson have options around the €110 mark and they're supposed to be excellent.
And don't feel you have to get 14 clubs. You might rarely use a 3 and 5 wood, a 3h could be a better option. When you think about it, I'd say the clubs that you definitely need are driver, something else relatively long from the tee and fairways (a three wood perhaps), 5-9 iron, PW, SW, putter. That's only 10 clubs. I'd say make sure you get stuff you're happy with for those clubs, and if you can add a 4h, or a gap wedge then great. But I reckon if you found a set of irons you like that would leave you a couple of clubs short of 14, you'd be better off going for them instead of compromising on the irons for the sake of a 3 and 5 wood that you might not even use every round.
StephenRy30 wrote: »
A whole new set , what taylormade set do you have?
StephenRy30 wrote: »
I wouldn't mind second hand save a bit of money, would i get a good set of golf clubs for around €500 ? Just looking at options.
I started off with a set of Wilson
Yeah I think your right I don't need a set of 14 just the important ons
swededmonkey wrote: »
Once you have an idea what you want, golf bidder is excellent value and clubs are often better than expected