Woods, Irons, Wedges and Putters
The Woods feature a deep club head. The clubs available these days are made of metal like steel or titanium alloy. These clubs are so named because up to 1980s these clubs were made of wood. While the clubs made of steel cost loss, titanium clubs cost more but add elegance and make the club lighter, Titleist CB 710 Irons
A typical set of Irons will include a 3-iron through pitching wedge, 8 clubs in total. These clubs are differentiated by a number ('PW') that is present on the sole of each club. As a beginner, choose the 'cavity back' styled club in which the rear end of the club head is hollowed out. These clubs will help create an effect termed as 'perimeter weighting' which helps a new player. The yardage gap between the irons is generally 10-15 yards that is a 3 iron will produce shots that are about 15 yards longer that the 4 iron. Further, as you will move through your iron set, the shorter clubs will have a steeper trajectory that the shots will rise at a steeper angle and will also fall at a steeper angle.Titleist AP2 710 Irons
Wedges are similar to Irons but are considered to be a different category as they are specialized. The different categories of the wedges include the gap wedge, sand wedge and the lob wedge. These wedges are sold individually and as a set.Titleist AP1 710 Irons
Putters are available in three types of club heads and three lengths. The three types of club heads are the traditional blade, a heel-toe club head and the mallet club head. The three lengths available are the standard , belly and the broomstick (long) putters. You will have to choose a putter that you are comfortable with. It is often said that a putter chooses a player.
I hope that you have found the article useful. Go out, get your self a decent set of clubs and start enjoying the game of golf.
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