BEFORE YOU BUY NEW GOLF CLUBS
A FEW THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE YOU BUY
By Ken Liebeskind
Buying new golf clubs is a major purchase and will change the way you play your favorite sport, so before you buy new golf clubs, there's a few things to consider.
Start by determining why you are buying new clubs. Do you need new clubs because your game has changed? If your handicap has shot up you may want to replace muscleback blade clubs with cavitybacks. If your game has improved you might want to move up to clubs geared for better players.
As you get older you may want to change to softer shafts. Players with slower or weaker swings play better with graphite shafts. Before you buy new golf clubs, you can benefit from club fitting.
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It's the best way to ensure that the equipment you buy matches your swing style and your physical proportions.
Once you've determined what kind of clubs you want to buy, you must determine your budget, then read reviews, discuss the clubs with your pro and shop around for the best deals.
The place to go before you buy new golf clubs that match or beat the top brands and are available at low online prices is www.scientificgolfclubs.com. This is the site that specializes in scientifically designed clubs and has a wide variety of individual clubs and full sets available. If you're looking for a new set of irons, check out the Controller Sweet Spot irons that feature a patented floating insert that eliminates vibration and redirects energy from the shaft and hands onto the ball. These are the irons that are three times more accurate and four yards longer than top name Tour sets. If you're looking for a new driver, www.scientificgolfclubs.com offers the Controller 460cc driver which extends the distance of other 460cc drivers with a coating made from armor-piercing metal once used on missiles. You'll fire your drives at least 5 percent farther than other 460cc drivers and they'll be more accurate thanks to the square head that doesn't produce hooks and slices like the traditional oval shaped heads.