5 Best Golf Clubs For Beginners
If you're looking to break into the game of golf, these 5 best golf clubs for beginners will break you in in no time! Whether you want to work on your swing or get lots of altitude in your golf game, our list will have something for you!
- Power Max GX Squared Ti Driver. This driver will have you getting greater distance and higher ball velocity in no time at all. Designed with a Power Max cup face, this driver also has a high MOI and comes in draw and even neutral configurations. An internal weight chip (yes, GigaGolf, the company behind this driver, goes to extreme lengths to improve your game!) is placed in the center and rear to ensure you create higher launch conditions!
- GX2 Hybrid. Hybrid golf clubs have only really gotten popular in the last decade or so, and they've even been successfully introduced into the beginner's market. From GigaGolf, this club boasts a sharp and shiny stainless face that just launches your golf ball with greater precision than ever. Reduction of drag is another goal of this hybrid club, and it accomplished this through the inclusion of an internal weight chip.
- Pinemeadow Excel Lightning Driver. At the number three spot sits this beauty from Pinemeadow. A square head design permits beginner golfers to maximize their MOI; the result is a welcome, wider sweet spot for much better control. It also sports a graphite shaft.
- Pinemeadow Excel Lightning 3 Wood. Taking full advantage of square head technology which has been introduced to the golfing world, really, just in the last few years, Pinemeadow has designed a club to promote straighter shots. Straighter shots are the result of the movement of the weight of the fairway wood to the rear of the club, which, generally, also equals less spin on miss hits. Competitively priced, too, you cannot miss with this entry in our 5 Best Golf Clubs For Beginners list.
- GX Squared Fairway Wood. The GX Squared Fairway Wood lessens twist on impact, which, if everything goes according to plan, ought to equal longer and straighter ball flights in your golf game. This club features a strong-yet-lightweight body courtesy of stainless steel shrewdly used in the crown and body. At prices that won't hurt your wallet, you ought to definitely look at this one.
Posted on: May. 12, 2010