By Melusina Bisson. Golf Club. Published at Tuesday, April 03rd, 2018 - 09:34:22 AM.
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.
Once you have your clubs and you're out on the course it may be hard to figure out which club to use when. The face of the golf club slants more or is more on an angle, the higher the club number. The more the angle, the less distance the ball will go. Use this chart to determine average distances for the various clubs. Try your clubs at the driving range to see what your actual distances are.
Golf clubs are costly!! That's the ugly truth. Iron sets can cost $2000 or even more, while drivers can cost over $1000. But despite the expensive price, golf players still buy. Most golf players do purchase good quality golf sets for 100% golf game performance.
When you have your first custom golf club set made you may see some big differences from your last set of clubs. Your custom golf clubs may be a different length or the grip may be smaller or bigger. The flex may be different and the head might be different as well. For some people who set out to play with their custom golf clubs the first day they see amazing results. Others will need to make some changes and practice because although the custom golf clubs really fit their personal characteristics it's difficult to change after playing with clubs that don't fit for so long.
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