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    OT: Orbiter Golf Clubs?

    I am looking to get back into golf, and I really am not too good yet, used to shoot around 100. My clubs now are like 40 years old, and I want a cheaper set of graphite shaft clubs. I found a set of Orbiter Endeauver clubs for $250 with bag and everything included, curious if anyone has played with these. Not looking to spend $500+ on clubs, so thought I would ask about these. Here is a link to them too: http://www.thesportsauthority.com/product/index.jsp?productId=998529

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    Never heard of them which says something in itself

    now. They have the best feel and sweet spot of any clubs I've ever used.
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    Never heard of them

    my advice would be to buy used. Either find a golf-specialty shop that sells used clubs, or a general used sporting goods store like Play It Again Sports. Try and find a name brand that's perhaps a few years old like Ping, Tommy Armour, etc.

    That way you can get a decent set without spending too much.

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    Re: OT: Orbiter Golf Clubs?

    A good set of clubs in that price range, check out Cost Co. They have a set of J.N. Golden Bear clubs. Comes with Driver, 3 and 5 wood. Irons 3 - pitch and a putter. Also comes in a top notch bag. All for around $250. I have hit them and really like them. Easy to play with and offer good distance.

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    My friend has them. I would say it's more (more)

    of a beginner's set. The bag is poorly made though. The handle broke on the first day.

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    They are the Orlimar knock-offs

    They are Orlimar knockoffs.

    Why do you want graphite shafts? Go with the steel.

    My advice is to buy a REALLY cheap set -- you can probably find a starter set at Walmart or something. I bought a Wilson set that included 4 irons, 2 woods, bag, putter for $99.

    Then, if you really begin enjoying the game, move to a better set.

    BTW, I have Callaway irons and titleist woods.

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    very good to begin

    Quote Originally Posted by M3_Racer View Post
    I am looking to get back into golf, and I really am not too good yet, used to shoot around 100. My clubs now are like 40 years old, and I want a cheaper set of graphite shaft clubs. I found a set of Orbiter Endeauver clubs for $250 with bag and everything included, curious if anyone has played with these. Not looking to spend $500+ on clubs, so thought I would ask about these. Here is a link to them too: http://www.thesportsauthority.com/pr...oductId=998529

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    Ryan
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    I bought it and to begin very good. But now flex is to "flexible", and i bought callaway stiff flex.
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