Choosing the best women’s golf clubs isn’t much different from choosing the best clubs for men—in fact, some of the most popular men’s clubs are also among the top rated women’s golf clubs. These clubs are built on the same technology, but specifically tweaked for the special needs of women,
When choosing a set of clubs, you have to buy what you can afford. Buying last year’s technology and purchasing only those clubs you need, you’ll be able to stretch your dollar further.
If you’re a woman golfer you’re going to have a bit of a tougher time finding the right equipment to play. Make sure you’re purchasing the correct wood, iron, hybrid, putter, and or driver.
Everyone knows that to play like a pro, it helps to look the part. See why women golfers should get golf accessories.
If you’re a women golfer you are going to get a specific club meant for women golfers. Check out what criteria you should be looking for when shopping.
Finally moving up from my old Callaway fairway wood to a used Callaway RAZR Fit fairway wood.
I’m finally putting behind my 15-year-old Titleist DCI for a Titleist AP1 iron.
Not quite sure what a rescue club is? It’s ok, find out in this blog post.
Everyone in my family now wants to start playing golf, and so I had some 1st hand experience on the best clubs to buy to get started.
Since starting the bucket, the boys and I have become connoisseurs of golf balls. This leads to questions like “what’s the best golf ball out there?”