Tell You Something about Golf Equipment
No game has been more affected by new technology than golf. Golf clubs and balls have been revolutionized in recent decades, and today's golfer is faced with an almost bewildering choice of equipment.
Your first set of golf clubs will almost certainly have a textures, vulcanized rubber grip, perfect for use in all types of weather. However, many top players are now reverting to a version of the traditional leather grip, for greater feel, but that type of precise fine tuning is only for the most advanced golfer. As for the club shaft, the options are almost limitless. There is steel, boron, titanium or pretty colored graphite from which to choose, and a wide range of flexes as well. Not surprisingly, many raw recruits emerge from their visit to the local professional's shop or golfing superstore baffled and bewildered.
Although buying a set of best golf clubs should feel special, it is best to treat exercise in the same way as you would when making any other significant purchase. Decide how much you want to spend and remember that there is more than one type of club suitable for you. If your budget is tight you can begin with a half set of clubs, especially if you are a junior and not sure whether you are really going to like the game. Forget graphite, boron and the rest, a couple of metal headed woods will be more than adequate to set you on your way.
The majority of irons are cast iron and cavity backed. They are peripherally weighted, so that the weight is spread around the whole face of the best golf clubs and not concentrated on the sweet spot, in the middle of the club.
If you miss-hit with a blade, the ball will go nowhere, leaving you with a stinging sensation in your fingers. But the cast iron club is much more forgiving, and is thus favored by all but single figure handicap golfers. A beginner should not consider playing with anything else.
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