Choosing the Right Golf Club Sets to up Your Game


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In 2019, 34.2 million people over the age of 6 in the US played golf.

It’s clearly a popular sport, but you’re going to struggle with it if you don’t have the right set of golf clubs.

Unfortunately, golf club sets are different from person to person, and with so many clubs out there to choose from, it may seem difficult to figure out how to narrow down your choices.

Keep reading as we give you some basic tips to help you find the right golf club set for you.

Test the Clubs First

No matter your skill level, it’s a good idea to try clubs out before you actually purchase them to ensure they feel comfortable and are easy to handle. There is not a one-size-fits-all set of clubs out there, so be sure to give them a few test swings first.

A lot of sporting goods shops will have indoor ranges where you can try the clubs, but you can also look for clubs at golf demos to see what is available.

Consider Buying a Half Set

If you’re a beginner, it’s best to buy a half set that doesn’t contain a driver or 3-irons. These are usually more difficult to use, and beginners should be concentrating more on how to play properly with the basic clubs first.

A beginner golf club set can have different clubs, but ones that you may want to go for include:

  • A hybrid
  • 5-iron
  • 7-iron
  • 9-iron
  • Putter

It may vary based on your preferences, which is why testing the clubs first is really important. You can learn more about finding the right type of clubs before you go out to test them at Green Valley Ccofri.

Look for Perimeter-Weighted Heads and Graphite Shafts

Perimeter-weighted heads in a golf club have a bigger “sweet spot” than a normal club, which makes it easier to hit the ball. The weight in the head of the club is more evenly distributed.

Having a graphite shaft on your club will be beneficial for people with a slow swing. Graphite shafts are lighter than traditional steel shafts, which means the club is easier to swing.

More of the weight is concentrated in the head of a club with a graphite shaft as well.

Research More Advanced Clubs

If you’re not quite a beginner, but you still want a golf club that will work for less-than-advanced folks, it’s worth it to research more advanced sets of golf clubs to see what’s available.

To choose a driver, you may want to remember that the shorter the club is, the easier it will be to hit the ball head-on. A closed clubface is also a little bit more highly preferred than an open clubface.

Be sure to update clubs as needed as well if you find that you’re not hitting as well as you’d like with your complete golf club sets. You can always swap these out as you get better at the game.

Choose the Best Golf Club Sets for You

There are so many things to consider when you’re buying clubs for golf club sets, so it’s important to research and test the clubs first.

You’ll find that there is a lot of variation in how clubs perform and feel, so just because someone else loves a club, you may actually find it makes hitting the ball harder for you. Go with your gut, and make sure to find clubs that match your swing style.

If you liked this article, take a look at the rest of our website for other golf-related tips.



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