Choosing The Right Golf Club Can Improve Your Golf Swing
Buying a set of clubs is like taking a shot in the dark even if you are a professional golfer, let alone the beginners. Golfers are a brand conscious society and choosing from Yones, Taylor made, Titleist, Adams, Callaway, Wilson, Spaulding, King Cobra, Ping or Mizuno becomes a little difficult and confusing. Most golfers tend to buy what the others are buying. Buying a set of golf clubs is a little technical, and you should always buy them on their merits and suitability, rather than copying someone else's purchase. Uses of each club and knowing what each kind does would not only help in making a good choice but will also go a long way in improving your game. Right lie and shaft flex are also important factors in making the decision.
Flex is the flexibility of the club. Powerful swingers should use less flex and beginners and less powerful swingers should use more flex. If you are a beginner to the game, it is best that you stick to the basic set of clubs - the irons, wedges, drivers and putter. Each of these clubs is designed to increase and improve your swinging speed and will help correct your game. Using the right club will facilitate in learning the game faster.
The basic consideration in choosing you set of clubs is your basic ability level - low handicap, mid handicap or high handicap? Low handicap: Score less than ten strokes over par.! Recommended clubs: More than 1 fairway wood, driver, lower irons, more than 3 wedges, pitching wedge, sand wedge, lob/approach wedge. Mid handicap: Golfers in the 11-20 handicap bracket.! Recommended clubs: Fairway woods (7 and 9 required), driver, irons (3 and 9), more than 3 wedges, pitching wedge, sand wedge, lob/approach wedge. High handicap: New gamers.! Recommended clubs: 3 wood for tee off, 7 and 9 woods, more than 3 wedges, pitching wedge, sand wedge, lob/approach wedge. Although drivers and woods are regarded to be the most important clubs in any golfer's bag, a hybrid is found most commonly today.
Many golfers prefer the Taylormade Rescue mid hybrid club which generates clubhead speed. The hybrid club has a lower centre of gravity thus facilitating good control and accuracy. After you have the understanding and logic of why and when to use a particular club, many other consideration enter the picture before a club can be purchased. Trying out rented clubs can be useful to make the right decision. Buying second hand clubs, while beginning the game, may also prove effective and save costs.