Are You Interested in Saving Over $1200 On Your Golf Clubs?

By: Kevin T. Fairbanks

Summary: Professional golfers use name brand golf clubs that are specially modified and fitted to their exact specifications. They also have a load of talent and practice practically every day for hours. Unless you fit into this mold, you are an amateur golfer probably looking for a way to save money in your favorite hobby. Here is a way to save quite a bit on what's in your golf bag and still come out ahead.

Article: In the final round of the 2007 Wyndham PGA Championship, Brandt Snedeker shot a fantastic final round score of 63. Brandt used a TaylorMade r7 driver in his golf round. Perhaps you are thinking you might be able to shoot a 63 like Brandt, if only you had a TaylorMade r7 golf driver.

Eventually, you will come to the realization that you are not a professional golfer and won't come close to shooting 63 in an 18 hole round of golf. You will find that you can save a lot of money by choosing discount golf clubs over name brand golf clubs. You should also understand that Mr. Snedeker probably had his clubs given to him by the company.

Check what Brandt Snedeker has in his golf bag and how much those name brand golf clubs cost. $1809.00 is the grand total, if you were to buy those name brand golf clubs that are in Brandt's golf bag. Perhaps you have that kind of cash to lay down for a brand new set of brand name golf clubs. If you don't, then you are in luck as there is a different route to take.

Take a look at the clone golf club alternatives. The total for them is $535.00 for essentially the same golf club. That is a savings of $1278.00. Now that kind of savings would buy a lot of rounds of golf or the other rounds at the 19th hole.

So, you think that the name brand golf clubs perform better? That would be a valid argument if you were one of the top golfers in the world. You probably are not. If you cannot tell the difference between the name brand golf clubs and the discount golf clubs, why not save over $1200.00 to be like Brandt Snedeker?

Another argument that does not seem to hold water is that the name brand golf clubs are built to your specifications. This is definitely a good thing, but clone golf clubs can be just as easily built to your specifications for less. Any golf club can be built to your specification, no matter the name on the golf club. You should definitely have your golf clubs built to your specifications. Why not save the money and get more golf balls?

But what about the guarantee that comes with that name brand set of golf clubs? Well, guess what! Discount golf clubs can be obtained with a 30-day play guarantee. If you don't like the clubs after playing them for 30-days, return them. How many name brand golf clubs will let you do that? You can't lose!

Check out the prices for the name brand golf clubs in Brandt Snedeker's golf bag and the clone golf club equivalent.

Golf Driver: TaylorMade r7 425 9.5 - $250.00 Power Max KC2 425 Ti with UST ProForce 65 shaft : Clone golf club driver equivalent - $120.50

3 Wood: Bridgestone 5 Tour Premium 14 - $150.00 Power Max KC2 Fairway : Clone golf wood equivalent - $49.00

Hybrid: TaylorMade Rescue mid 19 - $220.00 Power Max KC2 3 Hybrid : Knockoff hybrid golf club equivalent - $39.00

Iron Set: (3-PW)TaylorMade r7 TP - $800.00 Power Max KC2 with True Temper Dynamic Gold with Sensicore shaft : Knockoff golf iron set equivalent - $233.00

Wedge: (SW)Cleveland TA 588 54 - $110.00 SGS Black : Knockoff golf club wedge equivalent - $29.50

Wedge: (LW)Cleveland TA 588 58 - $110.00 SGS Black : Knockoff golf club wedge equivalent - $29.50

Putter: Odyssey White Hot XG Rossie - $169.00 Ecliptic Three Ball : Discount golf club putter equivalent - $34.50

Name brand golf clubs total: $1809.00, Discount golf clubs equivalent $535.00, a savings of $1274.00.

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