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Your Very First Clubs

Y*ungun5 said: What were your very first set of clubs? I would highly doubt there'd be anything super fancy on this list...but thought it'd be fun for everyone to look back at where all the magic began...for you to be here and still playing this game...there had to have been some good shots etc that got you hooked and that you'll never forget. I'll have to go dig mine out of the junk in the basement...i think they were "kool cat" or something. A kiddy set, but I loved them. Driver, 5i, 7i, 9i, and a Putter. Got them for Xmas when I was like 7 or 8. I remember the first time I ever hit the ball 100 yards with the driver and how great I thought it was, as well as my first par in my first round ever played. Good Times. I'll never get rid of them....hopefully my kids, if I ever have any, will take an interest in the game like I did and will learn on mine. Care to Share??? -YG

S*ndpiper3 said: My first clubs were a half set cuz my dad lost the 3, 5, 6 irons. It was a 4, 7, 8, 9, pw of ping Karsten I irons. Of course i then lost the 4i:p. Those, and some callaway knockoff woods, mercury:D They were sweet:D

L*ftyHoges said: My first set of clubs were Prosimmon DRK-III's. Made in, I think, the 80's. Very solid clubs that had served my family well. My old man played with them and got down to a 4 'cap, my older brother used them to get down to a 7 'cap (is now off 2 and been invited to the qualifying event of the Australian Open in November) and I used them to get down to 17 before trading them in on a set of PGF Southpaws. Those and a persimmon Jack Nicklaus "Golden Bear" 4 wood cut down that I used to hammer. Happy days. :laugh:

NR*-LIFE-MEMBER said: Set of Titleist Forged Tour Blades. Back in the day..

W*ldCatGolfer17 said: Plastic colored clubs when i was 2 years old hitting wiffel balls in the back yard, Drive 4i 7i pw Putter I was raw lol

*ndy_79 said: Mine were a set of Transline woods and irons.

*altim said: My first set of clubs was a Wilson Sam Snead Starter Set. Driver and 3W (persimmon) with 3,5,7,9 irons (muscle back blades) and a putter. I had a Wilson staff PW I bought used at a flea market that I loved, and ended up filling out the set with some Northwestern mixed clubs that I found on sale at Building 18 5/8. 2 Iron, 4 iron, matching 6 and 8 irons. It was an ugly bag, but its what I learned on. My parents sold the set when they moved out of their house at a garage sale, I wish I still had them (like I need another set :D)

l*mpalong said: In 1985, at almost 40 years of age, I had never played golf... nor had any desire to. We went to visit some of the wife's relatives in Minnesota and they talked me into walking along for 9 hole. (The only other thing to do was to have stayed at the house and drank Minnesota beer. My, life would have been so much simpler... ) Walked 9 holes with them in my cowboy boots and snap-button, sleeveless shirt. I looked the part of those I would not tolerate on a course today. At that same time, I had a new coworker and we hit it off well. He was an avid golfer and kept after me to join him. I had a 38 Special, Smith & Wesson Combat Masterpiece that wasn't seeing much use. Went to a local pawn shop and traded the S&W straight across for a complete set of clubs and bag. (I still can't walk straight from that screwing!!!) My first set of clubs, of which I was so proud, were MacGregors. The woods and irons all had aluminum shafts. I didn't know the difference between aluminum and steel for use in shafts. I didn't know, until the aluminum shafts began breaking off. The aluminum shafts seemed to do okay in the persimmon woods, but would not take the abuse in the irons. About a year later, with only 4 or 5 or the 10 irons (2-PW) still shafted, I traded them... with some to boot... to a local club maker for a set of Pinnacle irons. Those were the Acushnet style that had the round weights in the heel and toe areas. Not a huge step up... but at least I had all the clubs again.

F*tzpatrick said: I got a set of junior Spalding clubs for Christmas when I was 10 or 11 (1992 or 93). If I remember right, it was 3w, 5i, 7i, 9i, and putter. Maybe there was a wedge, but I don't recall. They came with a brown and tan sunday bag that I still have, even though I have no idea what happened to the clubs.

R*ckinMA said: my junior clubs were TFI "Tru-Form Inc" or something Driver, 3 wood, 3,5,7,9 putter - the game was so easy back then

p*ckerfan1 said: Early 80's when I was in high school....A hand me down set of very beat up persimmon MacGregors...some old Hogan blades that had a bit of rust on them (not sure the model type). When I was 18 I got a new set of Stryker 1,3,5 wooods and a half set of irons 5,7,9, PW...new bag, got them for my birthday and played them for maybe 5-10 years until I left golf for a while and my kids came along.

w*rbirdlover said: Back in the olden days (60's) I had a VERY used set of McGregor Nicklaus Muirfield(?) muscleback irons, Spaulding (not persimmon) laminated driver and 3-wood and a bullseye(?) putter. :( And I played like shit!! :laugh:

cyb*rious said: Quote: Originally Posted by ualtim My first set of clubs was a Wilson Sam Snead Starter Set. Driver and 3W (persimmon) with 3,5,7,9 irons (muscle back blades) and a putter. I had a Wilson staff PW I bought used at a flea market that I loved, and ended up filling out the set with some Northwestern mixed clubs that I found on sale at Building 18 5/8. 2 Iron, 4 iron, matching 6 and 8 irons. It was an ugly bag, but its what I learned on. My parents sold the set when they moved out of their house at a garage sale, I wish I still had them (like I need another set :D) Oddly enough my very first club was a Wilson Sam Snead 8 iron (MB Blade). Next was a Northwestern Chi Chi Rodriguez Driver, then an old 3 iron, then a Baron Putter (which I used for 25 years). I have all of them still except for the old 3 iron. My first complete set was a set of PGA Par Ex Forged MB Blades 3-PW. For woods in that set I had all Persimmon Wilson 1,2,3,4,5, and 6 woods (of course I didn't use them all). My back up set was another set of Wilson irons (MB Blades) 1-SW. I would raid the 1 and 2 irons from that set for the other set.

*rishGolfer said: Made me think, this is about 30 years ago, but my first set was my mum's old Wilson Patty Berg irons (shared with my brother!!), I also had a Dunlop Blue Flash 4 wood. I had a really old Bronty Rustler putter as well. My first set that was my own and not shared with my brother was: Wilson 1200 LT - I treasured those : Aged 13 -16 I then progressed to a fantastic set of Wilson 1200TRs : 16 - 22 (ultimate iron!) Jack Nicklaus Macgregor blades : 22 - 27 Mizuno T-Zoids: 27 - 35 Macgregor m675: 38 - 39 Muiras - 39 - now best putter I ever owned was an old steel head Wilson "Anser" style putter. Putter like a master with it when I was in my teens.

*ndy_79 said: Quote: Originally Posted by IrishGolfer I had a really old Bronty Rustler putter as well. What, as old as that one you were using a bit ago ?! :D :laugh: Quote: Originally Posted by IrishGolfer Jack Nicklaus Macgregor blades The same as a certain S.McCotter's that he still possesses, and has done since 1986...??

*ndy_79 said: Quote: Originally Posted by IrishGolfer best putter I ever owned was an old steel head Wilson "Anser" style putter. Putter like a master with it when I was in my teens. Wasn't a Sam Snead one was it, by any chance ? That was (I think) my first ever putter. Obtained from Bob Cockrofts for very, very little, if I remember correctly...:D

*altim said: Quote: Originally Posted by IrishGolfer Made me think, this is about 30 years ago, but my first set was my mum's old Wilson Patty Berg irons (shared with my brother!!),My first set that was my own and not shared with my brother was: Wilson 1200 LT - I treasured those : Aged 13 -16. The first few times I played golf it was with some Patty Berg irons that my grandmother loaned me. My Wilson Sam Sneads's were my first set that were not loaners. Bought them for $99.95 USD with some birthday money when I was 10. :D I wanted a set of the 1200 LT and/or 1200 GE's when I was in my teens. I used to drool over them every time I was in a sporting goods store. Never bought them, but wanted them for years. I guess that is when my inner Ho was in its infancy. :laugh:

*rishGolfer said: Quote: Originally Posted by ualtim The first few times I played golf it was with some Patty Berg irons that my grandmother loaned me. My Wilson Sam Sneads's were my first set that were not loaners. Bought them for $99.95 USD with some birthday money when I was 10. :D I wanted a set of the 1200 LT and/or 1200 GE's when I was in my teens. I used to drool over them every time I was in a sporting goods store. Never bought them, but wanted them for years. I guess that is when my inner Ho was in its infancy. :laugh: The 1200TRs were the business. I had the LTs but the weights started falling out. I can't remember how I got the TRs but man, were they cool, they were the playas version of the GE. I think Langer had them, square grooves. My fantasy was the BeCu version with black graphite shafts. I finally found a BeCu version of the 2 iron! I thought I was soo cool.

g*atster said: i actually still have my first(second & third sets also).had to go look at them to see what they were as i only used them about a 6 or 7 times in the first 2 yrs. the irons are Bristol Victura Pro Only blades.with True Temper Pro Fit shafts. the driver and 3 wood are Krydon persimmons heads.Steel shafts payed $25 for the whole set. had a putter with it also cant remember what it was or if i still have it.it looked like a Bullseye putter but i dont know if it was a Bullseye.

tn-g*lfnut-from-nj said: Back in the good old days, when I first started playing, about 4 -5 months ago:laugh:, I went to Wall Mart, bought a Driver, a Dunlap 3W, and a SW. Bought a Ben Hogan 6i, and a TM 3i off of e-bay. I hit the driving range with these clubs for about a month, untill I had the nerve to get on a 9 hole course. I played with these for another month or so,then I bought a set of Cleveland CG4s, a Walter Hagen 3W, and WH 5Hibryd. Also picked up a power play driver at the range for 50 bucks, and I've been playing with this set up till now. This morning I just broke 110 for the first time ever. I shot a 109. The only thing that I'm missing is a decent driver, a nise SW, and a 3Hibryd. Although, I hit my 3 and 4 iron better then my 5Hibryd, so I may not get a another hybrid.

d*ve. said: First decent set were Wilson X-31 irons and Macgregor persimmon woods,with an Anser,obviously

5*ron said: :) Lol on my last 9 i shot a 60..., on my last par 3 course i shot like 50 or over lol. My record I think is a 45 for the par 3 lol. BUT IM PlAYING TONIGHT, RAW HIDE!

Sl*ngblade61 said: I still have my first set. Delta X-2400's Musta come from Sears or something.

W*-Golfer said: I don't even know what brand my were, got them from my stepdad 30+ years ago. Some of the clubs had wood shafts, the woods were actually made of laminated wood, etc. Still had them up until I moved 3 years ago & left them in the basement on purpose.

BSt*ne said: My first set was an old 3-PW set of Wilson Staff Gooseneck blade irons. The first set that I bought myself was a set of Taylor Made TPF blades that I just had refinished and they look brand new.

Y*ungun5 said: Quote: Originally Posted by tmag My first set was an old 3-PW set of Wilson Staff Gooseneck blade irons. The first set that I bought myself was a set of Taylor Made TPF blades that I just had refinished and they look brand new. :needpics: i've been thinking of having my Maxfli's refinished...who'd you have do yours???

BSt*ne said: I had them done through the GolfWorkshttp://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c2...g/DSC00526.jpghttp://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c2...g/DSC00527.jpg

J*FF4i said: Some old Dunlops, I loved them.

V*teWhitey4Prez said: haha, see my sig.

z*phod said: Wilson Johnny Miller Signature Gold irons and laminated woods. Achusnet Bulls Eye putter. Still have em.

Y*ungun5 said: TMag, would you say they did a good job on them? I mean, they look nice now, definitely, but How bad were they to begin with? also, what did it run you to get them done if you don't mind me asking.

W*ldCatGolfer17 said: Quote: Originally Posted by tmag I had them done through the GolfWorkshttp://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c2...g/DSC00526.jpghttp://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c2...g/DSC00527.jpg those look gorgeous...

BSt*ne said: They were pretty beat up before, lots of bag wear and some wear spots o the face.

MCD*vis said: A complete set of late 70's Wilson X-31 Custom Forged blades 3-PW, X-31 Driver/3 wood/5 wood (actual wood heads), McGregor Great Scott SW I picked up somewhere, original Acushnet Bullseye flange. I still have them all and my first bag. I just had the irons regripped with Tour Velvets and am playing them (probably selling the 23's). We were a Wilson family. In dad's garage: Mom's original Wilson Patty Berg full set, Wilson Staff Tour Blades FG-17, Wilson 1200 GE, dad's beach set is a set of Fat Shafts. Also an older X31 SW that my dad played.

J*FF4i said: Have a pic MC? Those sound pretty slick.

MCD*vis said: I'll post some once I clean them up some.

P*NGELI said: My first set of clubs was a set of Dunlop Centru I bought for $130 at Dunham's Discount Sports. The set included 1,3,5 woods. and 3 iron -pw. They did have true temper shafts and were mid-stiff flex. I never golfed until I was 18. The youth pastor from church took me to a local beginner's course (which is actually as nice as some regular courses I have played). It is actually a five-hole practice course on the property of an 18-hole course. The round was five dollars for ten holes and I borrowed our senior pastor's clubs (old Northwesterns with persimmon woods and top-flite balls from teh early 90's). by the time we completed playing through the five the first time I was hooked. On ewek later, I took my paycheck (worked for a farmer for the summer) and bought the Dunlops (on sale from $250), a bag, a putter (dunlop balata from wal-mart fopr $10) and a 15 pack of Top-Flite balls. I was new to the game and knew nothing of pro-line equipment. I played those Dunlops fpr 4 years (upon graduating from college, my parents purchased me a very nice set of used Ping Zing irons I currently have up on ebay). Like I said, I knew nothing of pro-line equipment until about a year into my golf infatuation (and then wanted a set of PING's--I still have no idea why that was the brand that grabbed me even before I ever held a Ping in my hand). Those Dunlops did me well. My longest drive ever came with that Dunlop centrus driver (347 yards-- my youth pastor was with me that time too at an old farm converted into a golf course). I played the Ping Zings for one year and then bought myself a custom-fit set of Ping i3+ irons in 2003. Just recently, my wife decided to get me new clubss so I got the Ping raptures (which I love). I'm still a hacker and still love the game. i just don't get to play as much as I would like.

P*NGELI said: Quote: Originally Posted by tn-golfnut-from-nj Back in the good old days, when I first started playing, about 4 -5 months ago:laugh:, I went to Wall Mart, bought a Driver, a Dunlap 3W, and a SW. Bought a Ben Hogan 6i, and a TM 3i off of e-bay. I hit the driving range with these clubs for about a month, untill I had the nerve to get on a 9 hole course. I played with these for another month or so,then I bought a set of Cleveland CG4s, a Walter Hagen 3W, and WH 5Hibryd. Also picked up a power play driver at the range for 50 bucks, and I've been playing with this set up till now. This morning I just broke 110 for the first time ever. I shot a 109. The only thing that I'm missing is a decent driver, a nise SW, and a 3Hibryd. Although, I hit my 3 and 4 iron better then my 5Hibryd, so I may not get a another hybrid. I don't know that you need a better driver. my all-time best drive (347 yards-- no joke) was with a Dunlop Centrus that came in my $130 set of Dunlop Centrus clubs. I'm currently a Taylormade R5 to get Tm R7 superquad