Know your Cheap Golf Clubs This sport is comparatively expensive than some other popular sports and the equipments required may not be well within everybody’s reach. Once you get hold of a right club you can witness a marked im
BigNews.Biz - Mar 28,2012 - 28th March 2012 - Planning a lazy Sunday afternoon golfing with your buddies? Do you know enough about the game that you can impress them off with the knowledge that you have about the game and its equipment? Well, this easy know how guide about Cheap Golf Clubs is going to tell you everything you need to know about them clubs and what to use when. Impress your friends with this knowledge and have a fun time teeing off.
A putter is the most common golf club that is used on the greens. It’s available in various sizes and has various heads. The regular putter head is between 34 to 35 inches with variations in size according to your preferences. The heads are generally made out of blade or mallet. There are several other kinds of putter’s available too like the belly putter, etc.
Wedges are the shortest clubs you’ll find in your kit. They mostly have a 56-degree loft and can cover distance up to 50 to 80 yards by hitting the ball. The higher the degree of the loft on the club head, the less distance you will cover with the club. The most common wedge used it the sand wedge which is used to hit the ball out of sand bunkers. These are also mostly used by amateur golfers in the beginning.
Another club that you use frequently over the mid grasslands and that are easier to control than the woods are the irons. The irons can be categorized into three categories: short irons, mid irons and long irons. When you’re an amateur, it’s best suggested to use the short irons and the mid irons as they are easier to control and learn from. As you progress, you can go on to the long irons. Hence, irons ranging from 5 to 9 are suggested for using by amateurs.
Other types of golf clubs that are there are pitching wedges, composites, fairway woods and drivers. A recommended set for you as a beginner would be a 3 and 4 hybrid, irons from 5 to 9, pitching wedge, putter, sand wedge, driver and a 5 wood.