By Melusina Bisson. Golf Club. Published at Sunday, January 21st, 2018 - 12:09:01 PM.
Manufacturers are always coming out with new designs and new materials for golf clubs. A new golfer need not be concerned with cutting edge technology when it comes to clubs. Instead, focus on the basics. Set a budget before heading to the golf store so that you don't go beyond what you wanted to spend. When buying golf clubs always buy the best set of clubs that fit your budget. It is typically better to purchase a smaller set of better-made golf clubs than to buy a large set of cheaper models. Remember that a good set of golf clubs will last a lifetime. You can always add more clubs to your set as you become better at the game.
You'll also find clubs made from other materials. Golf clubs prices range from inexpensive to very expensive. Most beginning golfers should opt for the lower to mid price ranges. As you learn more about the game and how you play you can add more clubs to your bag. Choose a putter that feels good to you.
Golf irons are the essence of a set of golf clubs. Two thirds of the shots in a normal round of golf will utilize an iron. Irons are used to hit the golf ball off the ground from distances of 125 yards to 225 yards. Each iron is assigned a number based upon the loft angle of the club head. The 9-iron has the most loft, a shorter shaft, and is used to hit short, high shots. A 2-iron has very little loft, a longer shaft, and is used to hit low, long shots.
The company introduced its Ultralight Kidsklubs, which are designed 25% lighter than adult and most junior clubs, for beginning to intermediate-level skills. U.S. Kids advanced kids golf clubs, the Tour Series, previously made Golf Digest magazine's Hot List for junior equipment. The Ultralight and Tour Series of kids' golf clubs are fitted by height and player ability, and you can find more information by visiting the company's Fitting Charts.
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