The Best Golf Clubs for Beginner Golfers
When beginners are picking out golf clubs, they should typically use a graphite shaft that makes for a light club with a heavy head. Discover the importance of beginners getting a golf ball in the air with help from a Class A member of the PGA of America in this free video on golf clubs for beginners.
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Hi. This Kevin Battersby with battersbygolf.com in Coconut Creek, Florida. Let's talk about picking clubs for beginning golfers. Number one, you want to make sure you have a set that has the right shaft flex and the right components for your clubs. If you're a beginning golfer, you'll probably want to get graphite shafts like I have here. What that graphite shaft does is make the club lighter overall but actually the head is heavier. So what you're hitting the golf ball with has more weight to it and gives a better bang for your buck. Okay? Then in addition to the graphite, you'll want to try to get titanium with your heads. A titanium allows for a larger sweet spot and mores the sweet spot higher and helps get the ball up in the air a little bit higher. Now titanium is recommended for your driver. I don't recommend titanium for your fairway woods. In my hand I have a smaller profile. What titanium advantage is that provides a bigger head so that when you're teeing the ball up, that's not a big deal. But when you're hitting a golf shot off the fairway, I'm not recommending titanium. I'm recommending going back to the old standard, this is an old Taylor made. The profile of this club is very low, helps get the ball up in the air higher and probably the greatest company for that is probably Adams Company. They make the fairway woods and the woods with the lower profile. For a novice golfer, that's going to get the ball up in the air easier than it would for a conventional club. In addition to that, I have a Hybrid here. For your novice golfer and even the, wouldn't even say for the novice golfer, for the pros today to take advantage of the technology out there. Instead of hitting, this is 17 degrees, you don't see anybody with a one iron out there any more. This is equivalent of a one iron but because of this profile and head, helps even the professional get better hit with a little larger face.