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Golf Clubs - Tools of the Trade

golf clubs Golf clubs are your tools of the trade. You quickly learn that using the proper type of golf club will help you achieve better results. Each golf club that you use is designed differently with a specific purpose in mind to help you improve your game and your score.

A set used to play a round of golf, under the rules of golf, must have no more than 14 clubs.

When you go shopping for new clubs, you need to take into consideration the style, size, and type of material used to make the club shaft.

A steel shaft is one of the less expensive clubs that you canpurchase. On the down side steel shafts weigh more but they can be longer-lasting than other clubs. The steel shaft may also give you more control over those fast swings.

A graphite shaft will be lighter than steel but is more costly. This type of club is used for long distance shots or for slower swingers. Another thing to keep in mind that graphite shafts are not only lighter they are easier to handle, absorb vibration and they can also be more forgiving if you should happen to hit the ball wrong.

When it comes to selecting a driver, especially if you are abeginner, you will probably want one with a head made out of titanium. Titanium is stronger, denser, and lighter than steel so the club head can be made larger without being heavier. The advantage to having a large head driver is that it gives you more area to hit the ball with.

Most golf clubs are available with both steel and graphite shafts. The main thing to focus on when buying golf clubs should be to own the best set of clubs that you can afford, whether they are name brands, used clubs, or a reproduction. Of course, they must also feel comfortable to you.

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