Our Golf Club Reviews
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The driver is one of the standard golf clubs carried by most golfers. The driver is designed to hit the ball the farthest and is most commonly used for tee shots on par-4s and par-5s. It is the club with the largest clubhead, the longest shaft (with the exception of long putters), and the second-least amount of loft after putters. Read the Driver Reviews
Most golfers also carry 3 and 5 woods in their bag. A 3 wood has a loft between 15 and 18 degrees, and a 5 wood has a loft between 20 and 22 degrees. The higher the golf club number, the higher the loft and the shorter the club shaft length. The 3 wood and 5 wood are commonly referred to as fairway woods, because they are most often used during the second shot of play from the fairway. All higher lofted woods (7, 9, 11, and so on) are commonly referred to as utility woods. Read the Fairway Wood Reviews
Hybrids are a combination of a fairway wood head design and a iron length shaft. They provide a forgiving option when compared to long irons, which are more difficult to hit. The popularity of hybrids has been so strong in recent years that many golfers have decided to replace many of their 3 and 4 irons with the corresponding hybrid clubs. Most 3 hybrids match up closely with a 3 iron in loft and so on. Loft being equal, hybrids will generally perform better with regards to distance and forgiveness. Read the Hybrid and Utility Club Reviews
A standard set of irons consists of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 irons and the pitching wedge (PW). Irons are generally used when you are less than 200 yards away from the green. The closer you are to the green, the higher the iron you will use. Read the Iron Reviews
Wedges commonly come in 48, 52, 56, 60 and 64 degree lofts (you can see a general increase in increments of 4 degrees loft). Following the PW with higher lofts are the approach wedge (AW), sand wedge (SW), the lob wedge (LW), and the high-lob wedge. Wedges are extremely useful to your game and most golfers have a few of them. Wedges are generally designed as “blade clubs” because you are close enough to the green that the game improvement design elements such as wide soles are less important. The need for increased shot control and shot shaping, which blade design encourages, becomes the more important technology for a good wedge design. Read the Golf Wedge Reviews
A putter is usually the last club to be used on every hole (unless you chip-in of course). There are many styles of putters: short, belly, long, bent, center-shafted, heel-toe, mallet, and so on. We will be expanding this section a lot to cover most of the different putter styles. Read the Golf Putter Reviews