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Top 3 Golf Clubs for $100 For men and women

As I promised.

As promised here is my information gathered and my breakdown of reviews on the best Golf clubs for men and women for Under $100. I decided to only go with three (3) of each club in this review. Because it really is harder than one would think to find decent new golf clubs for under $100.00. But still get good performance We did our best to stay on budget. It seems that when it comes to golf Cheaper IS NOT better. A lot of the cheaper golf clubs are not as durable as the more expensive ones. They also come with other issues like only being for people who are right-handed. Many do not meet the USGA standard and are illegal. Not illegal as in you will go to jail for using it. They are fine for 9 or 18 holes with the buddies just don’t try to join a competition or use them as a pro. Some other issues with the cheaper ones are that some users found the offset was hard to get used to, Club heads not durable or the shaft was to stiff, short or long. “I know there is a bad joke in there somewhere but we will just let that go” These are just a few issues brought to light about most of the cheaper clubs. With that being said the fallowing are the result we have come up with for you. Now we have taken into consideration all reviews good and bad and come up with an average on a 5 star basis.

Best clubs for men.

Drivers:

  1. Pinemeadow PGX offset Driver. Cost between $50 and $60. We gave it a 3.5 * for decent performance for the price good starter club.
  2.  TEC Plus 460cc Ti Matrix Driver. Cost between $40 and $60 We gave it a 3.0 * for decent performance for the price but not very durable.
  3. Intech Golf Oversized Bohemoth Driver. Cost between $40 and $70. We gave it a 3.9 * For decent performance for the price. Just a few reviews about how they expected more from a club with so much hype. Other than that the reviews on this club were pretty good.

Woods:

  1. MACGREGOR MACFAIR 110 MACTEC X Fairway: Cost between $99 and $109 We gave it a 4.5 had great reviews like very underrated, almost as good as a Callaway, or ping. Also Unisex.
  2. Callaway X2 Hot: Cost between $89 to $125 We gave it a 5.0 Had excellent reviews.
  3. Pine meadow Yukon 15+: Cost between $50 and $60 We also gave this one a 4,5 no real negative reviews.

Irons:

  1. Mazel Driving Iron: Cost $99 to $125 We gave it a 3.5 No real bad reviews mostly stuff like great price for a beginner club, Good for a beginner but not an advanced player. ETC.
  2. Lazrus Premium: Cost $60 We gave it a 3.5 Most reviews stated good club for a cheap price, Decent club, Biggest complaint was the weight.
  3. Callaway Big Bertha 2019: Cost $125 I know it is over 100 but when it comes to irons there isn’t much. We gave Big Bertha a 4.0. Got great reviews.

Putters:

  1. TaylorMade Golf white smoke Putter: Cost $35 to $60 We gave it a 4.0 Got great reviews for price and performance.
  2. Ray Cook Golf – Silver Ray SR 900: Cost $60 to $80 We gave it a 3.5 Got great reviews for price and performance.
  3. MacGeagor Golf MacTec 04 Extreme Putter: Cost $50 to $60 We gave it a 3.5 Not bad reviews just many saying it was a bit heavy for a putter.

Hybrid:

  1. Cobra Men’s Baffler XL Hybrid: Cost $80 to $100 We gave it. 4.0 Many say it is gives a better hit than an Iron. One review even said it was and I quote The Cat’s Ass. I am assuming that is good.
  2. Pinemeadow Excel EGI Hybrid: Cost $46 and up We gave it 4.0 it had some bad reviews as far as weight and stiff shaft, but the good reviews far outweigh the bad ones.
  3. Mazel Men’s rescue Hybrid: $49 and up We gave it 4.5 this one had many excellent reviews.

Best clubs for Women.

Drivers:

  1. Pinemeadow PGS Offset Ladies Driver: Cost $75 to $85. We gave it 3.5 Had some complaints of feeling heavy and the shaft coming off.
  2. Power Bolt TPS Blackout Driver: $50 to $90. We gave it. 4.5 Had great reviews.
  3. Coolo Driver: $80 to $100. We gave it 3.5 a lot of not bad for the price reviews.

Woods:

  1. 2018 Cobra Golf women’s King F8 Fairway: Cost $89. We gave it a 4.5 had great reviews.
  2. MacGregor MACFAIR 110 MACTEC X fairway Unisex: Cost $99 to $109. We gave it a 4.5 just as we did for the men.
  3. AGXGOLF Ladies 21 Degree Magnum #7 Utility Fairway wood: Cost $65 to $75. We gave it. 4.0 Could not find many reviews, so we made an average of what we did find.

Irons:

  1. Mazel Driving Iron: Cost you can buy these in a set or for $99 each. We gave it 3.0 The reviews were Not to bad but not great neither. A lot of not bad for the price.
  2. Taylormade AeroBurner #5 iron Project X 4.0 Flex Shaft: Cost $70. We gave it Exactly what it has in the name a 4.0.
  3. Taylormade Rocketblaez Max #4 Iron: Cost: $59 to $65. We gave it 3.5 Reviews were not bad but not great. More of an improvement iron.

Putters:

  1. Cleveland Huntington beach putter:
  2. Pinemeadows Golf women’s PGX Putter:
  3. Sorry Ladies I only found the 2 that specifically specified for women.

Hybrid:

  1. Women’s Majek Golf Hybrid #8: Cost $90 to $100. We gave it. 4.0
  2. 2018 Cobra Golf Women’s King F8 Hybrid. Cost $80 to $100. We gave it. 4.5
  3. Callaway Golf Mavrik 22 Hybrid: Cost. $125 and up. A bit over budget. 4.7

There it is. (Side Notes)

Please note this review as in My other review Best 5 Golf Clubs For Men and Women is based on not only research of the individual Golf clubs but other numerous page reviews and YouTube reviews when they were available.

Also notes that what works for one golfer may not work for another. There are many things to consider when buying a golf club such as your swing, you height etc. It really is rocket science.

One last note. Always remember each club has a purpose, and each number on that specific club also has a purpose. So just know the above clubs may not be what you need therefore you may spend more.

Most of these are available at Amazon, And please feel free to purchase them there.

As I stated in my Last article if you are just getting started in the game you may want to rent clubs or try to find used clubs for sale. At least until you are sure that you want to stick with the game or you know what you need and what feels right for your game.

Personally When I decided I am ready to start I will be looking into a used set. I found also in my research you can sometimes purchase a good used set of quality clubs for just a bit more than what it cost for just one of the good quality clubs.

(Disclaimer)

I am not saying these clubs are of bad quality I am only stating that the lesser known name brands or even the cheaper end clubs of the name brands may not be of the same quality.

You really have to judge for yourself.

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