By Vignette Beaule. Golf Club. Published at Friday, March 30th, 2018 - 12:27:06 PM.
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.
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.
A good set of golf clubs is the weapon of choice for the advanced golfer. A complete set of clubs consists of at least one driver, fairway woods (which are now metal woods), irons and a putter. Some clubs in recent years have been replaced with hybrid golf clubs to replace longer irons and fairway metal woods.
Now, you are probably thinking that custom golf clubs are even more expensive than name brand golf clubs. However, that is not necessarily the case. Not to mention that the fitted custom golf clubs you hear about aren't anything at all like custom golf clubs, they are made from scratch just for you. Don't get confused between fitted custom clubs and custom golf clubs. The fitted custom golf clubs simply start out with the standard set of clubs from any golf manufacturer and then they proceed to make the clubs more suitable to your personal and playing traits. Although the custom fitting doesn't do too much other than cost you money because they are starting with a product that doesn't fit you to begin with!
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