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PostSubject: noobs and irons.   Sun Feb 06, 2011 2:31 am

hello everyone.
i hope the chinese new year has been awesome for you guys.

the girlfriend is looking to get a golf set, and has been playing with the new ladies burner 2.0
it's sold as an iron set from 5-pw.
the other set we're looking at is the super launch which comes with a driver, wood, hybrid and essential irons.

question is, as a beginner, she's looking to follow me out to the course and wants to get some proper playing done. (she played 2x9 holes at palm springs with my driver and a hand me down 7i) should she get the full iron set, and buying the wood/rescue family separately,(which i feel would last a longer time as a whole in terms of development) or just go ahead with the basic superlaunch.

at the end of the day, she'll decide, but i'd like a couple different schools of thought from the experienced ladies, and men, to exhaust the different "what if's" which are bound to materialise once the purchase becomes imminent.
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PostSubject: Re: noobs and irons.   Sun Feb 06, 2011 10:15 am

Hello...so your gf has the burner 2.0 ladies 5-PW?

Thats good enough bro, get her some 7 and 9 wood, a driver, a putter and a sand wedge (altho a ladies sw is tricky to get as single club).

The individual clubs' design and spec may still suit her after her skills improve. The woods hit futher than hybrid.


Check out callaway pre owned website. You can buy single clubs. Callys are very easy to hit, good for noob Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: noobs and irons.   Sun Feb 06, 2011 12:00 pm

Bro. Just to add to ps list. U may want to replace a 9w with a hybrid. It's a versatile club. Can use it like a wood, though not as far, and get u out of the rough. Lifesaver.
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PostSubject: Re: noobs and irons.   Sun Feb 06, 2011 1:02 pm

pushslice wrote:
Hello...so your gf has the burner 2.0 ladies 5-PW?

Thats good enough bro, get her some 7 and 9 wood, a driver, a putter and a sand wedge (altho a ladies sw is tricky to get as single club).

The individual clubs' design and spec may still suit her after her skills improve. The woods hit futher than hybrid.


Check out callaway pre owned website. You can buy single clubs. Callys are very easy to hit, good for noob Very Happy

she managed to borrow a burner 2.0 7i demo club for a week. so now trying to decide which set to get. man.....it's a real real pain! Shocked
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