By Capucine Gaillard. Golf Club. Published at Sunday, March 18th, 2018 - 09:58:22 AM.
Name Brand Junior Companies in the Game of Kids Golf Clubs. In today's marketplace, almost every branded golf equipment company offers their own versions of kids' golf clubs. From Callaway, to Nike, to Ping, to TaylorMade and Titleist, there are many from which to choose. Depending upon budgetary constraints, or the lack thereof, the decision is left to individual consumers.
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.
Being the most important golf club, the putter has gone through quite a change in recent years. The size and shape of the putter head comes in many different varieties. The shaft length also can be very short or very long and anywhere in between. Conventional putters, belly putters, mallet putters - the choices seem endless. Golf club putters also have a wide range of prices, ranging from around $20 to around $300.
Cleaning your clubs regularly can go a long way in maintaining them looking as if brand new. After every golf game, the grooves of your golf club head will probably be stuffed with dirt or mud. If you leave the grooves dirty, this will have a great impact on the distance and control of your swings and drives. When playing, you need to keep a clean towel in your golf bag to wipe the head of the golf club.
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