I'm looking to purchase a set of used golf clubs for my son. He will be 21 next week so I would like to get him a set of irons for around $100; just something he can use to learn the game. He has hit my clubs a couple times at the driving range, but he would like to hit the course and play a round.
I found a used set of Ben Hogan BH-5 offset (3-pw) for $110.00, and I found a set of Nike Forged Pro Combo OS (4-pw) for $100.00. I will get him the woods and a putter later, but I would like to get him a set of irons now. Which set would be best for him to learn the game?Update:
And another set of Callaway Big Bertha Iron set 1996 for $110.00.
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Probably the Big Bertha's, most likely to go down as the best and most forgiving game improvement irons in the history of the game.
Go and hit the clubs first and foremost! It doesn't matter what all of us say on here, if you don't like how a club feels, looks, or sounds then you aren't going to perform well with them. Go to a reputable golf shop and try hitting as many irons that are within your price range. Then make your selection that way.
i think the nike forged pro combo os would be the best set up you would probably have to regrip them though