Whats everyones first set of clubs?


#41

My first set of “kid” clubs was a set of Snake Eyes. I got my first set of “adult” clubs when I was in the 6th grade and they were my dad’s Titleist 762s. I used them off and on for 11 years.


#42

I was stoked on my TM RAC TPs from 2005.Got lucky and got them for free from a friend that couldn’t hit them.


#43

Much like @ClubProGuy I was a Lynx ambassador starting out. My first real set of clubs were a hand me down set of Lynx Black Cats from my uncle. Paired those with Wilson persimmon woods and a Knight milled face putter. I don’t think I ever drove the ball as well as I did with those Wilson’s


#44

I believe they were Goliath clubs with a fake bubble shafts and fake winn grips, sounded very “clanky”. Woods were Taylor made Tour Preferred that I shared with my dad when we played, one snake eye wedge and one lynx wedge I believe and a putter I am fairly certain my dad got as a “impulse add on” when he put the electrical inn at the local driving range and mini putt which is sadly now a superstore parking lot…


#45

Tommy Armour 845s. TaylorMade Nubbins putter.


#46

My first clubs were a set of junior Fila clubs my dad got me when I was really young. My first real set were my Grandpas hand me downs. I first took over a set of Titleist Accu-Flo irons from him. I still have them. We lived just down the road from my grandparents and I would hit balls from one house to the other with those all day. It’s 140 yards of carry from yard to yard. As I got older the club needed for that carry went down. I broke a few windows and some siding figuring out that I needed less club from time to time. I used those until I got serious about golf and went and got my own clubs. I got a set of r7 irons and a super quad driver. I used those for a few years then I first got a set of used MP14 Mizuno. Wore the grooves off those things have had multiple sets of Mizuno blades since. Have MP64 in the bag now. Really like them.


#47

Anybody have the Golden Bear GB-1 Tours? Those were my first set of adult clubs, got a full set, new, for a whopping $30 at Sports Authority about 15 years ago or so. They probably weren’t great, but the bigger problem was the user.


#48

Started with some Northwestern’s my dad picked up at a garage sale.

Following xmas I got a new set of “Executives” Not sure the brand.

Turned that into a set of Titleist DCI’s with a TM bubble burner driver

Then got hooked on Mizuno’s… Went T-zoids (With big bertha), to MX-18’s (Nike sasquatch, then TM RBZ) to now using JPX 900’s with an M2


#49

I think the executive irons were Spaulding. We have a set of Spaulding executives somewhere around the farm in an old bag.


#50

This reveals my age but a set of Andy Bean Classics for 8th grade graduation in 1983. The poor man’s Staffs.


#51

That’s it. Spaulding executives. With a glued on blue label in the cavity. They weren’t actually terrible clubs for the time.


#52

I had a knockoff set of pings. Hey they worked as a kid and were pretty cheap. My favorite part of my first set of clubs was my zebra putter though :).


#53

Power Built blades and persimmon, had 2 full sets of them, with the funky square push cart.


#54

Bought a set of Wilson Swinglites off the rack back in 1986.


#55

845s for life. Cleveland Launcher driver. Callaway Steelhead 3 wood.


#56

That set still holds water today. Solid.


#57

Affinity GTX set from Dick’s I replaced the SW almost immediately. I replaced the driver about 5 years ago and just bought a new putter. I’ve held off on replacing the 3W, 5W, irons, and PW because I tell myself I’m not good enough to justify buying them.


#58

Same here… Hand me downs from my grandpa! They now hang on the wall as decoration.