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Jason_L

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Good day.

I was wondering if anyone has had experience or has views on a ram golf 3g concept set? I would be very interested to hear. Many thanks.
 

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Thanks for the reply. Although I have been watching and betting on golf for a few years, I only actually started playing it 2 months ago...had about 8 lessons (most of them on the course), just getting kitted up now to have a crack at it properly (within budget constraints for a 22 y.o.!)
 

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Hi Jason.

When I started I bought a set of Ram clubs (G Force). DG had them on offer for £150 for a full set - 4-PW, Driver, 3&5 wood, 3 iron/wood, putter bag and wood headcovers.The woods were a bit poor as I lost the heads on both. (DG did replace them though!)

Brilliant value to get started with.
With experience you'll end up changing stuff as I did. Still have the 5 wood (looking to change) and the hybrid in my bag though.
 

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I was offered the set for £150..but opted to change the driver to a better one to add a bit more on the cost. I think I'll end up with driver, 3w, 2 rescues, putter, 5-sw + 4 headcovers + bag. Should have them very shortly. Of course, I will now need some of those 'extra' things, like a glove, balls (always helpful), shoes, tees etc!

Does anyone have any tips for winter golf - what sort of equipment would be handy?
Thanks
Jason.
 

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Don't be fooled into buying those winter tees.(rubber bungs held together with string) TAT!

Get yourself some waterproofs if you're playing on a course (not sure if you're playing on courses yet or just down the range)
Warm clothes is a must. You will warm up whilst playing though, so thin loose layers is a must. You will find yourself removing layers as you get warmer.
Woolie hat is mandatory for winter golf.
 

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Don't be fooled into buying those winter tees.(rubber bungs held together with string) TAT!

What kind of a post is this :)? Essential kit in my winter bag.....what else can you do when the mat is so frozen it won't take a tee. Might be tat, but they're better than nothing. :D

DO BUY one of these.
 

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If the mat is that frozen. Should you really be taking a swing on it?

I went apex over base last winter on an iced up mat, that to be honest I didn't think was frozen. Landed on my hip on the concrete edge of the platform that the mat was placed on. It damn hurt. Had a huge bruise, and it was just lucky that I wasn't one of the more senior members.

However back to thread.

A good wooly hat, and some decent waterproofs if you're likely to be out in all weathers.
 

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i had a similar experience to you hapless,on a frozen mat my right leg slipped coming into the ball and i went flying had too stop playing
 
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