TIPS FOR BUYING GOLF CLUBS
FOR BUYING GOLF CLUBS
By Ken Liebeskind
With the wide array of golf club designs available today, here are some important tips for buying golf clubs you should consider.
For starters, a tip for buying golf clubs is to buy a driver with a shorter shaft, less than 45 inches, because longer clubs are harder to hit squarely. Also, a driver with a closed face will help you eliminate slices.
When buying irons, the tip for buying golf clubs is to consider eliminating 3, 4 and possibly 5 irons from your set because they have lower lofts. The solution is hybrids, which can be matched to the items they are replacing. They're easier to hit and go the same distance. Wedges can be bought to accommodate your home course.
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If the greens are small and fast, you need plenty of loft, so get a wedge with a wider sole that provides more bounce. As for putters, a Links Magazine reviewer says they must satisfy "the three Ls - loft, length and lie angle. A putter with the wrong length and lie angle will causes pushes and pulls. Too little or too much loft will cause the ball to bounce and roll off line."
A common myth is that the higher price you pay for a golf club, the better your game will be. Another important tip for buying golf clubs is to go online where the best deals are, and if you choose the right site you'll also find the best clubs. www.scientificgolfclubs.com is the site that offers compelling discounts on scientifically designed clubs, including the Controller 460cc driver, which hits the longest drives with a maximum size club head coated with an armor-piercing metal once used on missiles. This is the club that increases distance by at least 5 percent, while increasing accuracy by 27 percent thanks to the square shaped club head that doesn't rotate at impact like traditional oval shaped clubs.
If you're into hybrids, www.scientificgolfclubs.com offers the Controller hybrids scientifically designed with a roll and budge face that eliminates hooks and slices while providing the distance you normally get with long irons or fairway woods.