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Spec Condition New Type Golf Clubs Features Features This club has a graphite shaft with complete logos and is clearly marked
Built-in extreme weighting technology helps maximize center of gravity, producing shots that come off the club face with extreme velocity
Slightly larger head size increases effective hitting area
Internal weighting system gives club more stability on mis-hits
A new folded round geometry repositions square mass into a round format for workable distance and control
Removable weighting system allows you to change your launch angles from high to low and set up for a neutral, fade, or draw trajectory
Packaging Package Included 2 x Fairway Wood Golf Clubs
1 x Hybrid Golf Club
8 x Iron Golf Club
1 x Putter Golf Club
1 x Ball Bag
4 x Fairway Wood Golf Clubs Covers
- This club has a graphite shaft with complete logos and is clearly marked
- Built-in extreme weighting technology helps maximize center of gravity, producing shots that come off the club face with extreme velocity
- Slightly larger head size increases effective hitting area
- Internal weighting system gives club more stability on mis-hits
- A new folded round geometry repositions square mass into a round format for workable distance and control
- Removable weighting system allows you to change your launch angles from high to low and set up for a neutral, fade, or draw trajectory
- Different kinds of golf clubs have been included in the fairway golf club set
- With all types of wood clubs, this mens golf club set fit for all occasions
- Easy to take the fairway golf club set with you with the bag
- Enjoy your life with this mens golf club set
Size Reference Table:
Iron Wood Pole & Gavelock
How to Grip a Golf Club:
- Step 1: Note that these directions are for a right-handed golfer - reverse the hands in the steps if you are left-handed
- Step 2: Put on a golf grip if the club doesn't already have one
- Step 3: Place the golf club head down on the ground, as if you were ready to hit the golf ball
- Step 4: Release your right hand so that only your left hand is holding the grip
- Step 5: Adjust the club so that the grip is not in your palms but in your fingers
- Step 6: Adjust your left hand so that your thumb is heading straight down the golf grip. The point at which your thumb meets your hand should sit on the very top of the club
- Step 7: Place the grip in the fingers of your right hand
- Step 8: Notice the small vertical crease in your right palm near your wrist. Place the crease over your left hand. They should fit perfectly
- Step 9: Pretend you are pulling a trigger: Place the index finger and thumb of your right hand on the grip. Notice the V where the thumb and finger meet. That angle should be pointing to your right shoulder
- Step 10: Make sure your right thumb is not running straight down the club but instead is pointed slightly toward your right shoulder
- A golf club is used in the sport of golf to hit a golf ball. Each club is composed of a shaft with a lance (grip) and a clubhead. Woods are mainly used for long-distance fairway or tee shots; irons, the most versatile class, are used for a variety of shots; putters are used mainly on the green to roll the ball into the cup
- Golf clubs are used to play a round of golf, under the rules of golf, must have no more than 14 clubs. While the variation of clubs differs between golfers, a full set typically consists of a driver, two fairway woods (generally 3- and 5-woods), a set of irons from 3 to 9, a pitching wedge, a sand wedge, a putter, and one more club of the player's choice. Many players opt to avoid the long irons (that many find difficult to hit) and replace them with more forgiving clubs, like hybrids, although a small number of players choose to carry a 2-iron rather than a third wood
- Woods are long-distance clubs, meant to drive the ball a great distance down the fairway towards the hole. They generally have a large head and a long shaft for maximum club speed. Recently manufacturers have started using materials such as carbon fiber, titanium, or scandium. Even though most "woods" are made from different metals, they are still called "woods" to denote the general shape and their intended use on the golf course. Most woods made today have a graphite shaft and titanium, composite, or steel head
- Irons are golf clubs with a flat angled face and a shorter shaft than a wood, designed for shots approaching the green or from more difficult lies such as the rough, through or over trees, or the base of hills. As with woods, "irons" get their name because they were originally made from forged iron. High-loft irons are called wedges. The higher the number gets on the scale, the lower amount of angle difference from 90 degrees
- Hybrids are a cross between a wood and an iron, giving these clubs the wood's long distance with the iron's familiar swing. These clubs generally are used instead of high-numbered woods and/or low-numbered irons, though some manufacturers produce entire sets of hybrids or "iron replacements" that incorporate hybrid design to add distance and forgiveness to a player's entire set of irons from 1 to pitching wedge. Most hybrids take the place of an iron, but the hybrid is easier to hit than its respective iron
- Putters are a special class of clubs with a loft not exceeding ten degrees (except chippers), designed primarily to roll the ball along the grass, generally from a point on the putting green towards the cup. Contrary to popular belief, putters do have a loft (often 5 degrees from truly perpendicular at impact) that helps to lift the ball from any indentation it has made. Newer putters also include grooves on the face to promote roll rather than a skid off the impact. This increases rolling distance and reduces bouncing over the turf
- Another variation of the putter, called the chipper, has a similar look, feel and general construction as a "normal" putter, but with a much higher loft, often 30-45 degrees. It is used to lift the ball over or out of the rough or fringe and onto the green with a motion similar to a putt. It can also be used for "lagging" (a putt made on the green from long distance for the sole purpose of setting up the ball for an easier second putt)
- 2 x Fairway Wood Golf Clubs
- 1 x Hybrid Golf Club
- 8 x Iron Golf Club
- 1 x Putter Golf Club
- 1 x Ball Bag
- 4 x Fairway Wood Golf Clubs Covers
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