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Offline Sasquatch

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Gigagolf anyone?
« on: July 20, 2011, 02:29:39 PM »
Hello kekawan, has anyone of you ever heard of Gigagolf merchandise before? It's actually a cloning company. I was playing with a matsaleh buddy of mine the other day & I was telling him about my intention to upgrade after testing out another buddy's 710-MB on the course, and we then went on discussing types of irons & brands, pros & cons, etc... last last he rekomended Gigagolf irons and he swore by their irons, which prompted me to go take a look at their webpage:

http://www.gigagolf.com/index.jsp

I won't say I'm totally convinced, but I did check with some of my golfing buddies from overseas and their response is quite positive, most of them claim that you get a very decent set of irons for a fraction of the price and plus the irons are forged. They even have a money-back guarantee, so there's not really much to lose eh?  ;D

But before deciding on anything, I'd like to know if anyone of you ever bought anything from Gigagolf before? Any comments, positive or negative? Cheers, tqvm :D

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Re: Gigagolf anyone?
« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2011, 10:58:41 PM »
I got two sets from gigagolf. They ship to US address free of charge. They are cheap but bear in mind the flex. Stiff means really stiff. You want to check your build and swing speed. Their clubs are heavy but if you can handle us clubs, they are good club.

The other cons is they have no resale value.
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Re: Gigagolf anyone?
« Reply #2 on: July 23, 2011, 12:23:56 PM »
I got two sets from gigagolf. They ship to US address free of charge. They are cheap but bear in mind the flex. Stiff means really stiff. You want to check your build and swing speed. Their clubs are heavy but if you can handle us clubs, they are good club.

The other cons is they have no resale value.

thanks for the info brada, anyway shipping mai sini dia caj USD85, so the order needs to be big enough so that tadak rugi la. my swing speed ok la for stiff shafts bro, but swing pane tu lain la citer:D

In terms of quality, would you say that gigagolf merchandise is value for money? :)


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Re: Gigagolf anyone?
« Reply #3 on: September 27, 2011, 05:08:02 PM »
Hi all,

GigaGolf clubs are available in Malaysia thru our website www.GolfShop.com.my. Our showroom is located in KL/Wangsa Maju (full address on website), and you are welcome to visit us to check out the clubs. We are the sole authorized importer of GigaGolf (and Pinemeadow Golf) to Malaysia and Singapore and are cheaper than buying direct from the USA.

I'd be happy to answer all questions regarding GigaGolf and Pinemeadow Golf that you may have.

See you soon, Frank