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I think it is a fairly basic set, but the drivers have “performance calibrated graphite” shafts and massive heads, and seem a little fancy. So maybe it wasn’t a base model.
It was purchased from an Australian Amart All Sport circa 2005 (from the website, it looks like they don’t stock this exact model anymore). I has light use; was only used maybe a dozen times. There are a few dings in the 1 driver due to my extremely ameteurish playing.
The set includes: the buggy, the bag, and the following:
Drivers: 1, 3, 21° ‘hybrid’, 24° ‘hybrid’ (all w/ very light, graphite special shafts and [titanium?] heads)
Irons: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Sand wedge and Putter
So I think that’s a full set, right? Anyway, if you could link me to a site that will tell me what these retail for, or you yourself know, that’d be great. Also, would it be worth going to a local golf shop to get them valued? As I don’t think Amart will be interested in that…
… That might not even be the brandname. I just looked at it now and that’s the only logo’s I could see. All the club’s say “tour star” on them.
Considering that plus the age you’d probably be lucky to get even $50 for the set.
A brand such as titelist or taylormade would hold their value a lot better but old clubs don’t retain value over time as in golf it’s all about the new gear.
Your best bet would be to use something like craigslist or see if you can put an ad up at a local driving range advertising it as a beginners set.
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