GOLF EQUIPMENT BUYING GUIDE
USE THIS GOLF EQUIPMENT BUYING GUIDE TO PLAN YOUR NEXT PURCHASE
By Ken Liebeskind
With all the technical advances in today's new clubs, you need a golf equipment buying guide to plan your next purchase.
Our golf equipment buying guide starts with the driver, which is often seen as the most important club because it provides the longest distance. Large headed drivers are the norm with advances in sweet spot technology, size, launch angle, composition, ball speed and aerodynamics making today's drivers better than ever.
Steel headed drivers are the traditional choice, but titanium drivers with lightweight heads and bigger sweet spots are now popular. The only drawback is price - titanium drivers are more expensive than steel.
Next up for the golf equipment buying guide are irons, the most essential part of your game, since they get you to the green.
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You'll choose between forged and cast irons and blade and cavity back irons. Today, hybrid irons are popular, from cavity back short irons to hollow back mid irons and part wood/part iron longer clubs.
When you're choosing irons, the golf equipment buying guide also tells you to select the best shaft. Steel, graphite and multi material are available, with steel thicker, graphite lighter and multimedia a combination of steel shaft and graphite tip.
The golf equipment buying guide also points out that you must determine how many irons to buy. Most sets offer 3-pitching wedge. Some golfers add a 2 iron for extra distance. Meanwhile, adding hybrid clubs to the mix can eliminate the need for some long irons.
What's a golf equipment buying guide without a tip on where to buy your clubs? www.scientificgolfclubs.com is the site that provides scientifically designed clubs that offer prime distance and accuracy, from the Controller 460cc driver, the max headed driver coated with an armor-piercing metal that is 70 percent harder than titanium that provides extra distance, to the Controller Elite Hybrids, a set of five hybrid clubs with a forgiving roll and budge design that corrects hooks and slices, unlike all other hybrids.