Best complete golf club sets according to redditors

We found 95 Reddit comments discussing the best complete golf club sets. We ranked the 49 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Complete Golf Club Sets:

u/harps86 · 5 pointsr/golf

Callaway Men's Strata Complete Golf Club Set with Bag (12-Piece) is only $135. Seems to be a well received starter set.

u/chordnine · 4 pointsr/golf

I was in your EXACT position about 4 months ago. I'm developing my golf game and can't yet justify a large investment. I got the Calloway Strata 13-piece set and have been very pleased with the results. 4-5 Hybrid, 6-PW irons, 3 wood and driver. Decent walking bag does the job.

$189.99, 4.3 out of 5 stars, with free shipping from Amazon.

Good luck!

u/RodUru · 3 pointsr/golf

If you don't want to spend a lot, these could be good.

They're good for a person who still doesn't know if he's gonna stick with the sport. I am a beginner too and I know I should have bought this instead of buying some blades for 50 dollars.

Furthermore, you could obtain great iron bargains at 2ndswing.

u/tiggs81682 · 3 pointsr/golf

I think I made nearly the exact same upgrade.

Was rockin' these that I bought for $100 used: (Though mine were orange, probably a version or two older)

Then ended up getting the Rocketballz HL from Sports Authority last year for around $250ish if I remember correctly. I'm gonna hit these for another year or so before replacing them. I need a new putter, 3wood and wedges this year so those will take priority.

u/Beesau · 3 pointsr/golf

This is what I got when I started. Driver is kinda meh but the rest are good to start with. If you get better get a used driver.

I got this because I wasn’t sure if I would like golf. Best 200 bucks I ever spent. Now I’m upgrading all the pieces

u/lmantrom · 3 pointsr/golf

Here you go.
Callaway Men's Strata Complete Golf Set (12-Piece, Right Hand)

u/Halos46 · 3 pointsr/golf

Amazon is probably the easiest at around $100, but I always see people selling them second hand as well. We got lucky here and received some hand me downs from a generous neighbor who’s kids outgrew them.

Example From Amazon

u/biggumby · 3 pointsr/golf

Daily Deals

u/Ozznato · 3 pointsr/golf

You don't have any budget listed here, so I'll just throw out my perspective since last year was my first real foray into golf. I was gifted this set for my birthday in April last year, and played the past year about 2-3 times a week with it up until November. For $200 you're getting a Callaway starter set that will do probably exactly what you want it to, and have everything you need (bag, driver, hybrids, etc etc) to get you started. Is it a stellar set? absolutely not, but it will certainly get the job done.

So, right within the budget you have hinted at in your post given other sets, you're getting a set from a big brand. With that, I would throw the rest of your money at lessons and a pair of shoes if you're planning on playing a lot.

For a little bit of insight from my end, I played with this stock bag until October, when I got a new Driver, and then in December I got some new fairway woods and a new wedge. I probably didn't need the Driver, but I found that my game had benefited from the improved equipment. I can shoot 115-90 on any given day, broke 90 once, but never ended up taking any lessons (which I do regret, and will look into for next year).

If I were to do it all over again, I'd get the same set as above as a starter, spend about $150 on lessons, and then in the last few months of the season, if you've found yourself improved, reward yourself with a new club, even if its a used one. This way you know you can look forward to a new toy in your bag, without putting too much skin in your club game.

u/phone_scissors_pen · 3 pointsr/golf

Dude if it was his birthday, get him his own clubs! Those are way too long for him. Not only will he develop bad habits, they could actually very easily injure him.

This is a video of Rory Mcilroy at the age of 3. His clubs are cut down to the right size, and I'd say it worked for him.

You can cut the clubs down yourself if you want, or just buy a junior starter set for like $100. I'm not telling you how to parent here, but if this is really something he enjoys and really something you want to nurture in him, get him some appropriate clubs!

u/stonewalla · 2 pointsr/golf

They look okay for a starter set. You can't really go wrong for that price, even if he quits eventually. However, you may want to consider going with a brand name like Wilson, Adams, Tommy Armour, Tour Edge or Top Flight. Those brands are good value picks for beginners. They should be of higher quality than a set from "Prosimmon," and last longer if he does end up sticking with golf.

Wilson set

Top Flight

EDIT: Regarding the length of the clubs - Being tall does not always mean the player should get longer clubs (irons). It is all about the length of the person's arms compared to their height. If he is tall AND has long arms, he will use standard length irons. If he is tall and has short/regular arms, then he may need a 1'' extension on the irons. The driver and wedge length are the same for everyone. You might not need to worry about this now. If he ends up taking golf seriously and is over 6'4'', then he should get fitted eventually for longer irons.

good luck

u/Silverkarn · 2 pointsr/golf
u/yellowpotatobus · 2 pointsr/golf

If you're really casual (Like you only play a couple times a year at most with friends and its a social thing), then quite honestly you might be ok with one of those "complete sets". Callaway Strata or Adams Tight Lies

If you want to start getting into the game, going to the driving range on your own, getting lessons, and playing regularly - then we can start hunting for some decent used sets to start off with, or some clones. Unless you are driving the ball 250 yards, or have a fast swing / fast tempo - then a regular shaft will be good to start with. From there we can scour websites, auctions, etc. to piece together a set fairly inexpensively. That way, when you start getting your swing together, you will start to get an idea of what you want/need and start replacing clubs these initial clubs with ones that fit your game.

So, if it were me: I would either get one of the complete sets (if you're really casual and just need a set to play with your buds a couple times a year), Or get a used 3w, a used 5w, a clone 5-pw set (This GigaGolf set is less than $100 right now), a used 50 gap wedge, a used 54 or 56* sand wedge, and find a putter you like. All regular shafted (wedges and putters you don't need to worry about flex, they are uniflex in most cases). If you are comfortable with a driver (ie you don't just slice it into the woods all day), then by all means grab one as well.

u/DBREEZE223 · 2 pointsr/golf

Cheap set off Amazon. Wilson Golf Women's 2017 Ultra Package Set, Right Hand, White

Something like this. No need to spend anything more. Don't let anyone talk you into spending over $200. Unless she is highly athletic and played baseball she won't be able to hit shit for awhile. Just be cheap. Brand new cheap looks better than slightly better ugly shit she still can't hit.

If you're giving her "lessons" just let her hit. Step in every 20 or so with a small correction and go back to hitting your own. Don't let it ruin the relationship

u/RdmGuy64824 · 2 pointsr/golf

I recently bought a Pinemeadow 64 degree wedge for $10 bucks on amazon just because it was so cheap and well reviewed. I'm actually really impressed.

They have full sets that are really cheap and well reviewed:

I would definitely pick these over my starter Strata clubs if I could do it all over again.

u/rdl2k9 · 2 pointsr/golf

I doubt you'll be disappointed. After playing a lot as a teenager then resorting to 2-3 times every couple of years and this year deciding to pick it back up, I took a lot of time before I bought this set. (my junker clubs got stolen) They are not the best clubs you will buy but they are a nice set. For $200 to get everything you need. I upgraded my irons to Ping G30's on a labor day weekend sale and if I had it to over again I would just keep the Strata's. Not because the G30's are bad. They are great and I love them. It's just that the clubs aren't holding me back, it's me. I still use the Driver, 3, 4h, 5h, SW, bag and really like them. You asked for a starter set at a decent price. That set is designed to be an entry point into golf. If you can get a set used you should do that, but for $200 those will be at your house in 2 days. I've never seen a bad review from anyone. Those that complain aren't arguing it from the viewpoint of someone looking for an entry level set. This is the I want to play golf but there are too many options set.

u/squeaky_sk8r · 2 pointsr/golf

I learned with the Wilson Ultra package set: Wilson Ultra. It was a good set to start with and make sure I was going to stick with golf. I upgraded after a while once I had taken lessons and decided I like playing.

u/crashXCI · 2 pointsr/golf

Agreed. For reference, $137 at time of posting

u/Hard_Whyard · 2 pointsr/golf

I was checking out some sets on Amazon and some of them go for $200-400.

Example. It has great reviews but I'm aware getting a good set shouldn't be inexpensive, and this feels like these clubs might fall apart on me. I hate to pick your brain here, but what do you think of those? For a beginner, how much should I be looking to spend for a complete set? I want a set that'll last until I'm ready to upgrade.

u/Meth10916 · 2 pointsr/golf

I have never played with this Wilson set but I bought this Strata set from Callaway and they have been very solid for me and also cheaper in price. I started golfing about 4 years ago and still have these as my main clubs. I am currently looking to upgrade to some more expensive clubs as I am starting to get a little more serious.

u/UNCLE_ROBOCOP · 2 pointsr/golf

In your situation, since you already have your cousin willing to give you their old irons, I would put whatever money you're going to spend into getting a new wedge - wood/hybrid - driver. But if you don't like the bag or the feel of the old clubs get the knockoff set. I got these a couple years ago and upgraded the essential's from there. I got a new putter first then hybrid, wedge, driver. Take your cousin's clubs out for a few rounds and see how you like them.

u/JR_Ray · 2 pointsr/golf

My preference would be that all of your clubs are they same make/model. This is mainly for consistency purposes as the lofts of different clubs aren't the same across the set. One manufacturer's 7 iron may be 34 degrees another's may be 37. This creates yardage gaps between clubs that aren't consistent. I play every week to a 5 handicap and I've been debating getting rid of my 4 iron for a year now. Spend the $250 dollars and get a set of clubs that you can play with as you improve. If you get really hooked then you can worry about spending money and getting "custom" fit. If you really just want something to hit around with your pops look at something like this. Remember that hybrids are your friend.

u/print1n · 2 pointsr/golf

For a budget starter set with everything, I've heard good things about these.

It doesn't matter what you get when you first start, the important thing is that you start. Get anything. Be patient, practice, learn from others, ask questions, and enjoy the game. Don't get caught up in brand names for the time being or if RBZ irons are going to be better for you that MP-54s. Just get out there, have fun, and play.

u/SCMSuperSterling · 2 pointsr/golf

on top of what /u/bl1ndvision said, FYI a complete rule-compliant set consists of 14 clubs max. Usually people do 3 iron-Pitching Wedge (Pw) (which is 3,4,5,6,7,8,9, PW) and Driver, Putter, 3-wood/5-wood, and a couple of wedges. Since 3 irons, and even 4 irons are difficult to hit, you could switch those out with a 3 hybrid/4 hybrid. The Strata set by Callaway generally seems to be recommended around here for a completely new set for beginners. Many will recommend you search ebay to piece together a used setup.

u/j85s13 · 1 pointr/golf

If I'd be paying in the $200 range for the pre-owned Callaway's, how do you feel about buy this new Callaway set on Amazon?

u/Dave_Messina · 1 pointr/golf

You can get excellent used clubs from several places, for example Global Golf as mentioned in another comment.

Alternatively just buy the [Callaway Strata set](Callaway Men's Strata Set (12-Piece, Right Hand)

u/MinuteOfAngle · 1 pointr/golf

Those look rather old. I found a more modern set by Falcon called the Fireblade and it seems like they are primarily sold in the UK. If you need clubs tomorrow and thats all you can find they should at least be able to get you on the course. If you had more time you could certainly do better than that set for the money. I would probably up the budget to 150-200 and get a starter set from Intech, Goden Bear, Wilson, PineMeadow or whatever brand your local big box store stocks. Something like this $189 Callaway Strata set or this $119 Confidence set or this $166 Wilson set are all miles better technology and quality wise especially if you plan to keep playing after this event.

I remember having a Falcon brand bowling ball 15+ years ago, if I had to take a guess they were a low end sporting good manufacturer for a few years and then were sold off or changed names.

From another perspective, it might be worth it just for the putter. Looks like an older BeCu Anser.

Edit: I had a look at the search results for golf clubs on craigslist for your area and in the same price range the Walter Hagen, Tommy Armour, and Acuity sets are all much better options that the set you posted.

u/i_have_the_waffles · 1 pointr/golf

I started the same way you did started with a set of clubs about 25 years old then once i realized how much i liked golf i upgraded to these and love them. it also comes in a 16 and 18 piece set the bag is also very nice which makes it worth it. The irons are all very consistent with a nice sweet spot once you get your form down and i personally fell in love with the 5 hybrid (my dad doesnt like it) The driver is very nice too i learned on this set and after playing about 6 months i can drive about 250yds.

u/Salsa-N-Chips · 1 pointr/golf

What does everyone think about Pinemeadow? Specifically this set

u/SheCutOffHerToe · 1 pointr/golf
u/Rob_035 · 1 pointr/golf

On a shoestring budget you’ll have to know that you probably won’t get the latest and greatest clubs, but you can certainly still get some sticks that’ll work.

Keep in mind the recurring costs of the game with your $140 initial budget (balls namely, tees to a lesser extent, green fees etc.)

There are some box sets of clubs that are pretty cheap. Wilson, Nitro, for example.

You can also try and piece together a set from goodwill, lots of people donate their older clubs and they sell them back for pennies on the dollar.

u/apollosmith · 1 pointr/golf

You could probably get a well-used set at a thrift shop or eBay for <$100. But you'll probably be piecing together various clubs.

You can get this very adequate complete, new set on Amazon for $220 -

u/CMilkyFresh · 1 pointr/golf

Just bought these myself :
Not a complete set as it doesn't come with bag or putter. I'm just getting back into golf and I've played 3 times with these so far and I love them. They are clones of Taylormade Rocketballz. For $130 its a steal as far as I'm concerned.

u/flyinhawaiian332 · 1 pointr/golf

Wilson Golf Profile SGI Women's Packageset, Cart Bag, Standard Left Hand

Great deal for a good starter set

u/justwanttolurk · 1 pointr/Charlotte

You can get a complete Callaway set w/ a bag brand new on Amazon but I guess it depends on what 'decent' means to you.

u/funkysmellbear · 1 pointr/golf

I bought this golf set last year used off amazon and honestly the whole set is solid. I upgraded because I decided I wanted to commit to the game and get top of the line stuff but this set honestly only needs a sand wedge or maybe a 60 degree or 52,54( whatever you prefer)wedge and you’re set for the course. I’d recommend this set.

u/dwd3885 · 1 pointr/golf

The Wilson is used and $100 this is just the amazon link.

Callaway Men's Strata Set (12-Piece, Right Hand)

Wilson Men's Ultra Complete Package Golf Set, Right Hand, Standard

u/hurijo · 1 pointr/golf

Not really a Prime Day deal and I know we don't really like these bundled sets, but the Callaway Strata 12-piece set is at it's low of $125. Might be good for that someone not sure about committing to golf.

u/Muddlesthrough · 1 pointr/golf
u/SickZX6R · 1 pointr/golf
u/iamproph · 1 pointr/golf

When my brother started, we picked up a full set off Amazon. They aren't great, but if you hit a quality shot the ball goes where it should. As he slowly got better, we added in new clubs one at a time (first a real driver, then some nice wedges, etc).

u/rwal1 · 1 pointr/golf

Thanks for the link.

Damn I already ordered

Now am thinking am a fool to have saved $30-40 bucks should have gone with this link you sent... :(

u/yellow_canary_ · 1 pointr/golf

I'm 5'1" and previously used Lady Tour Edge petite clubs with some that I even shortened. They didn't feel right and often times, my clubs ate the dirt real hard and killed my wrists. This year, I bit the bullet and purchased Wilson Profile SGI petite clubs, and they feel great. I don't feel the need to shorten any of the clubs other than the putter, but one can easily choke on the putter. I highly recommend these clubs. I mostly disliked the bag since I like to walk and carry my clubs. Shouldn't be a problem if you always use a cart.

Wilson Golf Profile SGI Women's Packageset, Cart Bag, Petite Right Hand

u/SnerPnNerf · 1 pointr/barstoolsports

Good to know. Are the clubs on Amazon that are under $200 any good? Like these Callaways?

u/TopographicOceans · 1 pointr/golf

I bought these a few months ago. Got them for $199 at the pro shop where I was taking lessons.

u/Wesquire91 · -5 pointsr/golf

There's no fitting that can be done with that budget. You are going to have to deal with something like this for now