By Christabel Coudert. Golf Club. Published at Wednesday, March 21st, 2018 - 10:33:59 AM.
Golf club wedges can be part of the golf club iron set purchase. Normal golf club wedges include a pitching wedge, the sand wedge and different lofts of lob wedges. These golf club wedges are used for shots that are within 100 yards or closer to the green. These shots are sometimes referred to as the money shot because they should get you very close to the pin. The number of wedges carried by the golfer is dependent upon their particular golf game and their strengths and weaknesses.
Clubs are made with different materials for the shafts. The material determines how the club will react and how much flexibility there is in the club. Graphite shafts are lightweight and can help add speed to the swing. They have a softer flex and are a good choice for junior players as well as women. Steel shafts are stiff and offer no give. Yet steel is more durable and stronger.
Paragon Golf - Golf Digest magazine placed this company's Rising Star junior sets on previous Hot Lists. Prices vary. An excellent resource is gimmegolfdiscount.com, where you can find the set of clubs for about $100.00 USD. According to one reviewer, "... this is a five star quality set. The shafts are graphite, stainless steel irons, a decent hybrid, the weight and grip size is just right for juniors, headcover and bag... loaded with features and quality." I found no comments to the contrary in my research.
Golf clubs are costly!! That's the ugly truth. Iron sets can cost $2000 or even more, while drivers can cost over $1000. But despite the expensive price, golf players still buy. Most golf players do purchase good quality golf sets for 100% golf game performance.
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