By Vignette Beaule. Golf Club. Published at Monday, March 26th, 2018 - 09:20:21 AM.
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.
Regular inspection of your clubs is one key to maintaining their good condition. There are numerous golf players who don't even take a look at their golf clubs after their game. Your habitual inspection of your golf club set is your first step in care and maintenance. Preferably, you must inspect your clubs before and after a game.
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.
There are many choices out there ranging from the traditional to the ergonomic. The easiest to line up and use to start with is the traditional putter. Choose one that feels good in your hands. Swing the clubs before you buy them. Many golf shops offer practice swinging areas where you can actually try out the clubs to evaluate them before making a choice.
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