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  1. Hi, unlike Sub70 which offers a club testing system, to my knowledge no internet retailer offers such a useful service. And sub70 don't offert it in Europe Only possibility offered by a seller, a purchase and reimbursement in voucher, on standard clubs without choice of shafts. After my recent experience i realize that for a beginner it is very difficult to buy without trying. Suddenly, I will certainly buy a "classic" brand to be able to try more easily. My pro has scheduled a new test / fitting session for me in the store he works with. I hope to take advantage of
  2. Hello ten days ago I tried the Wilson d9, D7 forged and blade. very surprised by the light weight of the iron head. I tried 7 shafts. with the other clubs I had tried my best swing was with a light graphite shaft. but with the D9 the head is so light that it was with a kbs lite Steel and an ultra light senior graphite shaft that I had my best swing. I looked for the head weight of a 7 iron D9 , but couldn't find anything. to compare it with a rogue callaway head, which I had quite appreciated.
  3. I see my coach Yesterday. we have validated a total budget of 900 € /1090$ max, consistent for a beginner. we agree on the research : driver, wood, hybrids, irons, recent pre-owned or clearance sale. new putter and wedge Of all the references, he only keeps the Ping Rapture series for the price, the M2 and the Srixon because they are recent. Everything else is too old or as you said, difficult to play. But, if i need to modify lie and lenght, he thinks the opportunity is no longer worth it.
  4. Thank you for your answers, precise and argued. Small disappointment, it was the R9 that I liked the most, aesthetics and low price, to complete it as I wanted. then the M2, because recent. the srixon is like new, but the reviews are mixed I think The price of the ping complete set is just amazing, but I like the design less and not sure that all the clubs suit me. in any case you gave me the info on their playability. Let me thanks you again. I'm going to talk to my coach about it and try to test them all. I note your preference for ping and M2 Regards
  5. hello, With a lot of regrets, I definitely don't have the budget to buy a new sub 70 iron set. New Acer XV set "custom-made" is at the same price that pre-owned classical brand and i can't try it. So I looked specifically for used products in good condition. Could you give me your opinion on this pre owned sets find in France ? What is the best for a beginner ? All in graphite regular callaway Razr X 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,PW, AW, SW, LW (very good condition) : 470€=567$ I can't try it Callaway X18 5,6,7,8,9,PW (average condition) : 175€=211$
  6. I know nordicagolf and in France we have a clubmaker who work with low Price brands like nordica and hireko. The two sale the same wedge that hireko.
  7. I continue my reflection on my future beginner bag. after having spoken with my coach, I go to a new / used mix -driver: pre-owned. difficult club for a beginner, no need to put money in it for now -hybrid: pre-owned -putter: new. need to try several to find out what suits me -wedge: new. the streaks must be in good condition. too random on occasion. My first idea, https://www.hirekogolf.com/professional-open-series-690-wedge-custom-assembled-xi128.html, in europe 70€ but i have an opportunity on new vockey sm8 for 110€. - iron series: the big question remains.
  8. indeed, Wilson is present. but new it's too expensive. the D9 range is very beautiful I find and perfect for a beginner. I spotted the Infinite putters, not too expensive. I ask myself a lot of questions, because I'm afraid of making a bad second-hand purchase and having to change it quickly. the idea of buying for example a sub70 799 or 699 would be to keep it until a very low index if I succeed. for a lower price than well-known brands
  9. It's just their design, i don't know why, but i don't like it. i never tried them
  10. I don't like dynacraft. But Maltby is a brand that i considere too
  11. I know. these are all the positive reviews that makes me want to. But without trying, for a beginner, it's a lottery. And the brexit complicates a bit but there is the Dutch site. Moreover, it's the 739 set that interested me. But it is not for sale on European site, and will be replaced by the 799 set this summer. Otherwise, I become an importer
  12. Thanks My preference remains certainly the pre-owned club to be able to try them, but I keep this possibility if I find nothing.
  13. There is two european website, England and Nederland. The shipping to France cost 20£=28$ If i don't find anything in France, i will contact them. Thanks for your review on your experience with gigagolf. The price IS very low, the review on the website are very good, but i don't find anything elsewhere on the web
  14. I saw the new 799 sub70. Very interesting design. Different from the others. I just see, sub70europe.com ship to France. 20£
  15. After verifications, the US site does not send the clubs to France "The Sub 70 Demo Program is currently available to golfers located in the continental United States. Unfortunately the cost and time required to ship demo clubs outside of that area will not allow us to do so." So, I will have to contact the European retailers. For inesis, my coach doens't like, for two reason : durability and resale. But it is on the old range, it does not know the new series 400. I think I will try it anyway. Alternative brands was, for me, also, a way to stand out from
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