If you are a starting golfer, there is a lot to consider when choosing your equipment. A set of golf clubs can hold a maximum of 14. These clubs are made of iron, wood, and a putter.
There is 9 irons total. Irons 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are designed for long distances, mainly on the fairway. Irons 6, 7, 8 and 9 its employees are for intermediate distances. Each number corresponds to an opening (the loft). The smallest loft corresponds to iron that lets you browse the more distance, the biggest offer shorter strokes loft.
Wedges have the greatest lofts to lift the ball high. The sand wedge, for example, is used to get out of bunkers. They are useful in case of an obstacle. The Woods are the longest clubs in a golf bag. The wood is used to make the long distance on the fairway.
As chains, each number corresponds to the loft. 3 and 5 wood are the most used by golfers and they are called “fairway” because they are normally used on the fairways to hit long shots. Their lofts are smaller than the lofts of irons to allow greater distance.
Women and senior citizens commonly use the larger lofts with their high angle of take-off the ball (timber 7 or 9). Putter club is of course very important because it is used to roll the ball on the green. We must create a good ball roll, so it has a vertical face that the ball is not thrown to the impact. Hybrids, they have both the shape of the wood and the quality of precision iron. They are called “rescue clubs” too. They replace the long irons (iron 1, 2, 3 and 4) that are more difficult to handle. In your first round of golf, we recommend a driver and 3 wood, fitted with graphite shafts. You will also need the hybrid 3/4, providing you with simplicity, power, and precision.
The hybrid replaces long irons 3 and 4 very difficult to hit. A series of 6 irons (6-SW) is sufficient, with steel shafts. A putter workforce is also essential.
Tolerance, strength or accuracy
Tolerance, power, and accuracy can be improved according to the different materials constituting the golf club. For a player looking for tolerance (which is none other than the ability to forgive centering errors when hitting the ball, he will favor a hollow head with a weight distribution in the periphery, and a wide sole, facilitating the rising ball.
As explained above, he will also choose an over-sized head. At the shaft, set off on an iron with offset (this is a gap between the shaft and the club head that reduces the adverse effects of the slice). This feature will help keep hands farms before the clubface at impact, increasing the likelihood of crossing the ball.
If you are looking for power (which is none other than the ability to achieve a greater distance), you will favor graphite shaft, which will make you gain speed and power retrospectively. At the head of the club, choose one with a low center of gravity. Plus, the more it is lowered, the more player gains power. To increase accuracy, choose a head with a high center of gravity. The ball flight will make it tender, and will gain control.
Finally, adopt a thin sole, which will help you to reach your trajectory, increasing accuracy.