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1. How many times have you looked at the Golf Club Shop logo and wondered why on earth they keep re-releasing a new set of clubs without updating the design? I have. And I’m pretty sure it is because the new set of clubs in the “Golf Club Shop 2012” set, while not the absolute best in the world, have a pretty decent price tag and you can get other golf equipment as a skytrak launch monitor which can help you improve your golf game.
At $179.95 the “Golf Club Shop 2012” set has more than enough golfers in mind to keep most of us from ever going on a serious buying binge. The club design is pretty much a rip-off of the original “Golf Club Shop 2011” set. The back of the box includes the same “WANT to PLAY THE FOOL” campaign, as well as the two-page “What’s New?” booklet. Also included are three mini-cards, a tuck box and an instruction booklet. All in all, the club set was a decent addition to the product line, although the price tag is a bit out of range for most of us.
Club King Mini-Card Set (10 cards)
Club King Mini-Card Set – $9.99
Club King is known for it’s “MEGA-club sets”, and it’s not hard to understand why. The Club King sets are pretty much the standard for the industry. You can get a whole stack of sets for less than $20. So, why pay $40 for each of the 10 cards in this set? Well, they’re nice looking cards, they’re easy to make, and they offer a fairly decent assortment of club cards. But they cost way, way too much to buy 10 sets of them for just the standard membership card.
Club King and Jacks are pretty much the only two I’d consider as decent deals, and you can only get them at one price point, with King and Jacks costing $20 and $20.50, respectively, for the whole ten sets.
So what would be a good deal? Well, if you’re not already in Club King or Jacks, then I guess it’s better to just grab all 10 cards for $5.50 for 10 packs. It’ll still be less than $5. But if you’re already in Club King or Jacks, it may be an option to pick up the “All in Pack” which includes all 11 cards for $1.75.
Overall, a nice deal. The cost of some of the packs were a little expensive, but you could just grab them all. If you’re just a newbie, I think you’ll find this to be a great price. Plus, as someone who loves Magic, I’m really excited