First Look: Stix Golf Play Series
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First Look: Stix Golf Play Series

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First Look: Stix Golf Play Series

“Less is more.”

That’s the motto and mission of Stix Golf, a company that believes in a minimalist, modern approach to the game of golf without sacrificing quality and performance.

The Play Series is the newest addition to their product lineup.

Stix Golf Play Series

Stix Golf

Need a new starter or beginner golf club set? Tired of researching golf clubs only to find outrageous price tags?

Stix Golf hears you. Over the past several years, they have developed a variety of starter sets that offer options for golfers of all skill levels.

Complete golf set for beginners

The newest member of the family, Play Series, might be the most beginner-friendly complete golf set you can find.

  • Driver, 3-wood, 4-hybrid, 6-iron to pitching wedge, 56-degree wedge, and a putter
  • Grey bag and club head covers
  • Distance clubs are black with graphite shafts
  • Irons, wedge and putter are silver with steel shafts
  • Available only in right-handed, regular flex shafts and standard length

This Stix Golf Play Series 10-club set is just $699. No kidding.

Stix golf driver

Stix Golf’s goal is to make it easy for beginner or casual golfers to take up the game. The Play Series is the key to achieving this goal. For $699, it is an affordable entry into a game that sparks a lifetime of memories. Whether those memories are your own or shared with fellow golfers, it is a game that binds people together in fellowship and competition.

With the Play Series, beginner or casual golfers can expect premium materials. Stix Golf wants their products to offer quality equipment and great value. In their words, there are “no corners cut” to achieve that goal.

Stix golf

Simplicity Is Key

Here at MyGolfSpy, we speak to the hearts of gearheads and hardcore golfers around the world. Stix Golf is not for gearhead golfers … and this is PERFECTLY OK! They keep it simple because they know who their target customer is: the beginner or casual golfer.

This is another positive of the new Play Series offering from Stix Golf. It keeps the purchasing option simple for beginner or casual golfers by offering a straightforward solution unencumbered by technical terms or marketing jargon.

Stix golf iron

New To Golf? Here is Your Option

If you’re new to golf or just play occasionally, the Play Series is worth considering. It is an affordable entry point to golf. Stix Golf explains their approach and equipment guides on their website.

Stix Golf isn’t a flash in the pan. They are well established and offer more than just the Play Series. Check them out.

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      Richard Jacobs

      2 months ago

      You can go on their site and buy 5-PW, separate and buy hybrids separately, wedges too!

      Reply

      Steven L. Hale Sr.

      3 months ago

      If “Less was More”, the set would only contain a Driver, 3-Wood/Metal and 3-5-7-9 irons (like the old starter sets from Northwestern, Mcgregor etc…), add a wide sole Sand Wedge and a Putter… That’s only 8 Clubs, and all any of us really need anyway!!!

      Maybe… Just MAYBE, they should give you the option to build your set your way… Hybrid vs. Fairway Club, Hybrid vs. Iron… 5 or 7 Fairway Club vs. 3 Fairway Club… 4-6-8 Irons and PW vs. 3-5-7-9 Irons… Either way, you can get the entire set down to 8 Clubs!!!

      I’d build my 8 Club set with a Driver, 5-Wood/Metal, 4-6-8 Irons, Pitching Wedge, Sand Wedge and a Putter

      Reply

      Steve S

      4 months ago

      “For $699, it is an affordable entry” Funny what’s considered affordable these days.

      Reply

      Paul

      4 months ago

      It’s ten clubs not just irons

      Reply

      Billy Kruse

      4 months ago

      My most enjoyable days of golf was a long,long time ago when I was a kid and had a 5 iron and a putter.
      That’s a good goal to reachieve!

      All the best,
      Billy

      Reply

      Richard

      4 months ago

      Would like to see these included in a club test at some point – for apples to apples comparison with the big name irons, hybrids, woods, & wedges

      Reply

      Phillip Bishop

      4 months ago

      I have a “We Tried It” article forthcoming showcasing their Performance Series and I am going to implement a data comparison to my current clubs. Club testing is also on the table.

      Reply

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