By Capucine Gaillard. Golf Club. Published at Friday, April 06th, 2018 - 12:37:01 PM.
Golf irons are the essence of a set of golf clubs. Two thirds of the shots in a normal round of golf will utilize an iron. Irons are used to hit the golf ball off the ground from distances of 125 yards to 225 yards. Each iron is assigned a number based upon the loft angle of the club head. The 9-iron has the most loft, a shorter shaft, and is used to hit short, high shots. A 2-iron has very little loft, a longer shaft, and is used to hit low, long shots.
For your kid's very first golf club, the USKG 9 Iron with training grip comes highly recommended by golf pro Luke Donald for the 3 to 5-year-old age range. The club is well-proportioned in clubhead size, weight and grip size. As kids age, grow taller and improve their golfing skills, they graduate to the next level of clubs in these series and add more types of clubs to their bags.
Clubs are made with different materials for the shafts. The material determines how the club will react and how much flexibility there is in the club. Graphite shafts are lightweight and can help add speed to the swing. They have a softer flex and are a good choice for junior players as well as women. Steel shafts are stiff and offer no give. Yet steel is more durable and stronger.
The final and perhaps most important golf club, is the putter. The putter is also known as the "money club" because it is the club used to tap the ball into the hole. The purpose of the putter is to roll the ball, so there is no loft on the club head.
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