By Melusina Bisson. Golf Club. Published at Wednesday, April 04th, 2018 - 11:29:02 AM.
Acculength... Kids Golf Club Innovation. An alternative to purchasing different clubs as kids grow comes from the one-of-a-kind, innovative company called Acculength, winner on Golf Digest's Hot List in 2009. Company representatives state their products are the only clubs that grow with kids. Each club accommodates up to 4 (one-inch long) spacers directly beneath the grip. The company offers a lifetime warranty and a 30-day money-back guarantee. Starter sets, including four clubs and the bag, range in price from $139.99 - $179.99 USD.
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.
Why would anyone anticipate that mass produced clubs would help them play golf at their best? The reason is because golfers want to be better and they believe the hype from the golf manufacturers that the "newest" technology will improve their game. Well, the real answer is not in buying mass produced clubs but rather customizing your own golf clubs. Anyone who has ever had a set of custom golf clubs can tell you that finally having a set of clubs that are the right length, with the right grip, will greatly impact what you shoot the next time you are out on the golf course.
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.
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