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Tips on Choosing Golf Clubs


Almost everyone has taken a hack at a golf ball with either a friend or family member’s golf club on the green. It probably was a mediocre or passable shot, not as good as it could be. This is not entirely a consequence of your skill level, a lot of golf clubs are customized based on swing type, height, and shot type; so you may have not had the best odds at success in that situation. Factoring in these guidelines will lead you in the right direction of getting your golf game “off the ground” by choosing golf clubs that will work for you!

The Height of Your Club

The height of your golf club in relation to your height is a key factor that is most of the time over looked by new golfers. The proper height will allow you to stand at a comfortable level in order to achieve the most effective swing.

Does the Brand Matter?

While there are many different brands and types of clubs, consulting with your local golf pro and golf club shop would be a good guide. Also, try using a friend’s clubs once or twice and determine how they feel at contact with the ball. This can help you scope out brands that work well for you. Remember that popular brands may be so well known because they are good quality, or they may invest heavily on advertising. Select a brand should be based on its fit with you, both on a physical level and economical level. Don’t purchase equipment just because of the name. It is your skill that makes the final difference, not the stenciled name along the club shaft.

The Cost

Paying thousands of dollars for a set of golf clubs will not guarantee you can compete with Tiger Woods. While some of the more expensive clubs are made of higher quality material and may have superior design and manufacture, you should still factor in the cost versus your golf game. Most reasonable brands will provide you will excellent playing power for your game. Also, checking out second hand sports stores and local ads for used golf clubs might be an economical option. It is not rare to find a great deal on a good set of clubs and this is probably a good option when beginning the sport of golf. After purchasing used or new golf clubs, make sure that you have them sized at a golf course or shop in order to provide the most effectiveness in your swing.

With a little research and understanding of the factors you should consider when purchasing golf clubs, you should be out on the green in no time!

Teaser

If you’re unsure about what golf club set you should purchase, read this article to find out what the different types of sets feature and what their benefits are.


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