By Vignette Beaule. Golf Club. Published at Monday, March 26th, 2018 - 00:14:21 AM.
Golf Clubs for kids, for ages 3 through 10, were introduced to the marketplace after the cut-down adult clubs failed to make golf fun for the little people. The old-fashioned cut-downs were too heavy, too stiff and made it nearly impossible for kids to perfect a proper golf swing, actually hit the ball, and win. Kids' golf club manufacturers include such groups as the U.S. Kids Golf Foundation, a nonprofit organization aiming to make golf fun for kids and their families, several name brand dealers, and those manufacturers who may be less well-known. Let's take a look at each of these to find out what they offer by way of kids golf clubs.
Just a little practice and patience is all that is needed to see the difference custom golf clubs provide. Not to mention that when you have a custom golf club set made you will have new clubs that won't be in need of golf club repair any time soon! If you really love golf then a custom golf club set is really worth the investment.
Golf clubs are sold in sets and individually. For beginning players, the set of clubs provides a good selection of what is needed to start in a package that is normally priced nicely. Before choosing a set of golf clubs honestly assess your playing interest in the game. You may want to start out with a lower priced set until you determine if you like the game enough to play often. All golf manufacturers offer golf club sets. The typical set of golf clubs consists of one or two woods, a driver, 4 irons a putter and a sand wedge or pitching wedge. The most used irons are the 3, 5, 7 and 9 irons. Most beginning players won't notice much difference between the others.
The golfer has the choice of 2 primary types of golf club irons. For the more experienced golfer, forged irons are mad for precision and enable easier shaping of shots for draws and fades. Cavity-backed golf irons have a larger sweet spot and are more forgiving on off-center shots, providing straighter shots. A set of golf irons consisting of 2 through 9, a sand wedge and a pitching wedge, would range in price from $250 to over $1,500. Discount golf irons can provide great savings and are sometimes referred to as knockoff golf irons or clone golf irons.
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