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A Good Club Makes a Good Golfer: Here's What High Handicappers Need



Golf isn’t an easy game to master, especially if you are not born with a talent for it. It needs a lot of practice, but we have so little time on our hands, meaning we don’t get enough training. Our free hours are mainly on weekends, and we would rather spend them playing than trying to up our game. However, the gear used can act as a shortcut to lower our handicap instead of losing every time. To make up for the lack of practice, you should carefully choose one of the following clubs that are helpful for high handicappers.

Titanium Clubs
The material of the club plays an important role in the strength of the swing. That is because the heavier the instrument, the harder it is for you to hit the ball. Titanium clubs provide a combination of strength and lightness that maximize your speed and accuracy. When you start using it, you will notice that your distance shots are increasing by almost twenty percent. That is because the face of the head can be further sliced thanks to the durability of titanium.

One of the major advantages is that the screws can be adjusted to put on weight according to the position of the game. Moreover, titanium can withstand any climate change, so you won’t be put off by wind or rain. It will boost your performance no matter what the conditions of the playground and weather are.

Iron Clubs
Another club that suits beginners is the iron ones, which are further divided into a couple of categories. We are going to provide some insights on the best irons for high handicappers to help them improve at the game little by little to win some rounds eventually. For instance, a cavity back club has a hollow area on the opposite side of the face. That way, the weight in the center will decrease, which makes slices and hooks less severe. This is known as perimeter weighting and is highly beneficial for those with high handicaps.

Some irons have thin faces that provide higher perimeter weighting as it enhances the rebound effect, which allows for more distance shots. However, beware of them because if they are of poor quality, they may have uneven faces, which causes inconsistency.

If you are still pursuing greater distance, you should get a low CG iron. It has a low loft, which poses a problem for people who have a hard time getting the ball in the air. If you have a strong swing, this issue won’t affect your game. However, if you are already struggling with making the ball airborne, it is better to steer clear from it.

Hybrids
If you want the best of everything, a hybrid club may be the one for you. Its body is positioned behind the face to get more of the weight under the ball. This solves the difficulty you used to face with long and thin clubs. You will get a fairway wood with a shorter shaft and a higher loft that is easier to control than regular clubs. Moreover, the shaft is made of graphite, which gives the ball enough momentum to fly up in the air.

Drivers
The problem with golf is that there is no room for errors, and you have one shot to get it right. Drivers with large heads will allow you to get some things wrong because their designs will fix them. For instance, they provide you with speed, so if your swing is not too hard, the ball will still reach a far distance. They also have a variety of loft angles that make them flexible, and you can pick the one that suits you best depending on your level.

Offsets
Professionals recommend offset clubs even though some players don’t like them because they look different. Their head is situated behind the neck, which allows more time for squaring the face at impact. This helps golfers hit the ball in a straighter manner, which lessens slices.

The peculiar position of the head shifts the club’s center of gravity into a lower position, which increases the speed of the ball. It will speed up and fly higher if the head is set in a more backward position. This can cure the slowness condition that some golfers suffer from while playing.



Golfers get attached to the game and always seek more distance shots, quicker balls, and a stronger swing. Each player has an issue in a certain aspect, which makes them high handicappers. The type of club you use will affect your game and can help you become a better golfer to substitute for the lack of practice. You will find yourself benefiting from the above clubs, and your flaws are going away.










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