The main difference between high and low-end golf equipment is the shaft and the quality of the materials used. More expensive shaft construction translates to better feel, potentially leading to better and more consistent swings.
We recommend this set of Callaway clubs, they will do the job for most golfers. Callaway Men’s Strata Ultimate Complete Golf Set (18-piece) Cobra Men’s King F6 Driver (Adjustable Loft) TaylorMade 2018 M4 Individual Steel Iron Club. Wilson Harmonized Golf Wedge . Odyssey Hot Pro 2.0 Putter.
This Year’s Best Golf Club Brands TaylorMade . Now owned by adidas, TaylorMade started out in 1979 with just one product: an innovative driver made from steel rather than persimmon. Ping. Callaway . Robin Golf. Cobra. Titleist . Adams. Mizuno .
Buying entire set of clubs is usually the better option for most people. Especially if you’re average golfer . By that i mean, golfer of average height and one who has average physical characteristics. Entire sets of clubs also tend to be cheaper than set consisting of your favorite golf clubs from different brands.
How to Know Which Golf Club to Use
|Club||Men’s Average Distance||Women’s Average Distance|
|6- iron||150 yards||130 yards|
|7- iron||140 yards||120 yards|
|8- iron||130 yards||110 yards|
|9 – iron||120 yards||100 yards|
They are illegal, poorly made from cheap materials, and not worth considering at any cost. Clone golf clubs , on the other hand, are a different story. A number of reputable companies make high-quality, well-crafted clone clubs using quality materials. This concept is not unique to golf and is certainly not a new idea.
This is one of the most forgiving irons in the category. Cobra King SpeedZone. A forged PWRShell insert and undercut design enhance the trampoline effect on the responsive face. Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal. A worthy option for golfers who need hangtime and RPMs in their life. Ping G710. TaylorMade SIM Max.
Best Golf Irons for Mid Handicappers Taylormade M6 irons (excellent upgrade from M4) Cleveland Launcher CBX Irons (best for mid to high handicapper) Mizuno JPX 919 irons ( Mizuno class for mid handicappers) PING G710 irons (easiest sweet spot to hit) Srixon Z 585 irons (best forged irons for shot shaping mid handicappers)
Most Forgiving Irons Titleist T400 Irons Review. Honma T World XP-1 Irons Review. Callaway Epic Forged Irons Review. TaylorMade SIM Max OS Irons Review. Callaway Mavrik Irons Review. Ping G710 Irons Review.
Fowler currently uses the King F9 Speedback, the first Cobra driver to successfully combine an aerodynamic club shape, a low centre of gravity, and a precision CNC milled face.
He is using a TaylorMade SIM Ti three- wood and a Sim Max five- wood at the moment. He had been chopping and changing between a P790 UDI utility iron and a TaylorMade SIM Max hybrid but another more significant equipment change may have prompted the switch.
Hippo is a good brand; if it means anything to you, they’ve had a driver featured in Golf magazine and Golf Digest’s “lists” before. They’re kind of in the same boat as Ram, Strata, Top/Flite: they didn’t have nearly the same advertising budget as the “name” brands, so they can’t really keep up.
You can get lots of different numbered irons , but for your first set it’s probably best to go four irons – those numbered 6, 7, 8, 9. These are easier for beginner and improver players to use. The higher the number, the easier it is to loft the ball into the air.
Best For Budget Intermediates: Callaway Strata Complete Set (12-Piece) Best Full Set For Most Intermediates: Callaway Strata Complete Set (16-Piece) Most Affordable: Wilson Profile SGI Complete Golf Set. Wilson Ultra Complete Golf Set. Nitro X-Factor Golf Set. Pinemeadow PGX Golf Set.