By Viollette Provencher. Golf Club. Published at Friday, March 30th, 2018 - 12:27:04 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.
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.
Here are some tips to keep your golf clubs in perfect condition. A top quality set of clubs that are provided with care and maintenance may last for a long time. Many golf players who miss a shot will sometimes take out their frustrations and anger on their clubs. Even though often it is unintentional, golf players must always mind their actions on the course. Their outbursts may cause severe and more damages to their pricey golf sticks compared to those that are brought on by normal play.
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.
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