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11-Piece RAM, Wilson, Top Flite Golf Sets $125 at SportMart.ca

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11-Piece RAM, Wilson, Top Flite Golf Sets $125 at SportMart.ca

SportMart has all their 11-piece golf sets on sale for $149.99. Use coupon code 'entertain' to save 20% off up to $25 in this case. $125 per set with free shipping seems pretty good to me. Here's a link to all the ones they still have available:

http://www.sportmart.ca/store/2thumbnai ... affID=5335

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Pretty good deal for some beginner sets. I'm still using my RAM set from Sportmart I bought for $200 about 4 years ago.
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Wow really good deal. For someone who's never owned a set before, for $125 you can't really go wrong. Normally these are closer to $200.
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There are quiet a few sets with the same price. which one would people recommend?

Does it come with a bag?
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Jun 14, 2006
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I'd also like to know which set is most recommended. I've only played golf a handful of times with borrowed clubs, but I'd really like to learn.
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I think it's partially user preference. Pop into a Sportmart and see how they feel. To be honest, I'm not too sure there will be much performance distance with these clubs so buy the ones that feel more comfortable to you. I have a set of RAM clubs and love them, except for the drivers...graphite shafts are no good!
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What kind of skill level do you need to have before you will notice the difference in clubs?
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I'd get the Wilsons. They make a great club. I'm on my third set in 20yrs. None of these clubs will make a difference to your game in terms of score, if you're good you'll be good with any club and vice versa.
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brian wrote:
Aug 5th, 2007 9:43 pm
What kind of skill level do you need to have before you will notice the difference in clubs?
Well it really depends. As a beginner, you may notice some clubs feel more comfortable than others. This will likely improve your game rather than picking up clubs that don't feel they're an extension of your arm. Even the pros use different brands of clubs which pretty much says there is no 'best' brand. If money is no factor and there was one brand better than the rest, everyone would be using them. There is, however, a difference between a set costing $125 and $2000, but I doubt the majority of us would be able to tell the difference.

Personally from that selection, I would try out the RAM or the Wilson. I really like the feel of the Wilson set.
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Un4GivN wrote:
Aug 5th, 2007 10:31 pm
Well it really depends. As a beginner, you may notice some clubs feel more comfortable than others. This will likely improve your game rather than picking up clubs that don't feel they're an extension of your arm. Even the pros use different brands of clubs which pretty much says there is no 'best' brand. If money is no factor and there was one brand better than the rest, everyone would be using them. There is, however, a difference between a set costing $125 and $2000, but I doubt the majority of us would be able to tell the difference.

Personally from that selection, I would try out the RAM or the Wilson. I really like the feel of the Wilson set.


thanks for the reply. Which set of wilson? Overdrive or txf?
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brian wrote:
Aug 5th, 2007 10:42 pm
thanks for the reply. Which set of wilson? Overdrive or txf?

Go into a store and see which sit nicer in your hand. So much of the game is mental, if you feel uncomfortable with the club in your hand, you're doomed.
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Also be sure to check out the 'Golf Sets w/ Bag' section; they have some sets around 150-180 which include a full set of clubs, bag, putter, and headcovers. E.g. there is a RAM set which includes all of this for 159.99 (no idea if it's worse than the other one, but a new player probably wouldn't notice/care). I assume the coupon will still work on these as well...
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I got RFD'ed.... been wanting new clubs and was waiting to pull the trigger!
I got the Wilson Ultra Overdraft (LH) ... if they dont feel good when they arrive... its a short drive to return them, and no shipping so its a full refund :)
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christov wrote:
Aug 6th, 2007 1:34 am
I got RFD'ed.... been wanting new clubs and was waiting to pull the trigger!
I got the Wilson Ultra Overdraft (LH) ... if they dont feel good when they arrive... its a short drive to return them, and no shipping so its a full refund :)
Is the Wilson Ultra overdraft better than the Wilson Ultra TXF?
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