What To Look For In A Beginners Golf Club Sets
So you have found the beautiful game of golf and want to get involved as soon as you can. The trouble is you do not know where to start. We are going to take you through what to look for in a Beginner Golf Club Sets.
It is easy to get lost in the mumbo jumbo of golf sales tactics and spend a lot more money than you need to. We are here to help you out and tell you exactly what you should be looking for.
The clubs are obviously what you are looking for here so let us run through what you should be looking for.
The set should include:
Some kind of Wood or Hybrid
Set of Irons
These are the staples of any golf set. At the beginnner stage you will not need any more than this. So stop wasting your money on special lofted wedges or thinking about upgrading your driver, because you do not need it (Obviously you can do what you want, this is only a guide)
The driver should have a big face and a large sweet spot. This makes it a lot more forgiving and even if you don’t quite hit the right spot you won’t be too far off track.
Your wood or hybrid should be the same, a large sweet spot with a forgiving face. There are many different types of Woods and Hybrids you will only need one to begin with.
Your irons will be the most used clubs in the bag so you need to pay close attention to these. Depending on your swing spped will depend on what shaft you should get. If you are have a strong swing then go for the steel shafted irons, but if you have not got a lot of power. The graphite shafted irons will be your best friend.
The Putter is an important club as well due to the fact that this will be finishing off your round and getting this wrong could cost you. Look for a large face, with grooves that help to maintain a quicker ball speed.
So there you have it your quick tip guide on what to look out for with your Beginner Golf Club Set. What can also make a difference to a beginner is Golf Balls. Choosing the right golf ball from the start will help you either increase your distance or help with control around the greens.
So keep this in mind when trying to get yourself into golf.