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GolfEtail Golf Tips

How do I choose the correct club?

Decisions... decisions! Today's golf marketplace is always evolving and changing with new & innovative products designs. With that in mind here are a few tips:

Choosing the proper driver or fairway wood:

  1. Clubhead size: Currently the USGA limits the of the club head to 460cc. Typically the larger the clubhead, the larger the sweetspot, and the more forgiving the driver.
  2. Titanium, Steel, or Composite: The clubhead is typically construced of Titanium, Steel or a composite material.
    • Titanium is an extremely strong, lightweight material allowing for a larger clubhead with its lightweight allows for a faster clubhead speed.. resulting in added distance.
    • Steel maintains the strength but is typically a bit heavier and restricts the size of the clubhead
    • Some of the newest drivers are made of composite materials like the Callaway Fusion series of drivers.

Choosing an Iron Set:

There are two primary choices in selecting an iron set: what type of clubhead you want, and what type of shaft you need.

  • Clubhead: The 3 basic types of clubs are super game improvement, game improvement, and players clubs. Super game-improvement have features that provide maximum forgiveness while minimizes the player's ability to shape shots. Game improvement irons typically are mid-sized clubheads that offer forgiveness but also offer workability. Lastly, players clubs typically are more traditional blade style clubs offering a great deal of workability and feel, but sacrifice forgiveness.
  • Steel or Graphite Shafts: Steel shafts are heavier shafts but provide more feedback and control over the ball flight and trajectory. Graphite shafts are lighter, absorb more vibration, and typically add yardage.

Shaft Flex Choices

Choosing the correct shaft flex:

This is an important decision. Simply said, the shaft is the connection between the clubhead and the body and needs to be selected carefully. There are several rules of thumb out there, which include:

Wood Shaft Flex Options
Swing Speed Driver Yardage Flex
105+ 260+ Extra-Stiff (XS)
90-105 240-260 Stiff (S)
80-95 210-240 Regular (R)
70-85 180-210 Senior (A)

Iron Shaft Flex Options
Clubs from 150 yds Flex
8 or 9-iron Extra-Stiff (XS)
6 or 7-iron Stiff (S)
5 or 6-iron Regular (R)
4-iron Senior (A)
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