Please recommend golf clubs

tomato123

Professional
Hello, I am looking for some golf club brand recommendations.

My wife and I started taking lessons and I am wondering if there is such a thing as an overall user friendly club for all stages of development. Something we can just use as beginners and stick with into the intermediate stage. Perhaps the equivalent of a Pure Drive/Pure Aero type brand of golf clubs, and if you could explain what makes that particular golf club brand good for what I am looking for, that would be extremely helpful.

thanks!
 

Nostradamus

Bionic Poster
Hello, I am looking for some golf club brand recommendations.

My wife and I started taking lessons and I am wondering if there is such a thing as an overall user friendly club for all stages of development. Something we can just use as beginners and stick with into the intermediate stage. Perhaps the equivalent of a Pure Drive/Pure Aero type brand of golf clubs, and if you could explain what makes that particular golf club brand good for what I am looking for, that would be extremely helpful.

thanks!
Taylormade is really good , Calloway is great but very expensive. i just don't want to spend that much. Taylomade clubs and Kronos Putters are great, the best. I been using the Kronos for last 6 months and its nothing like the rest, it blows away camaran putters all day long.



 

Ultra 2

Professional
I would start off with some used Callaways and work your way up to nicer equipment. Lot of great used options out there. I’ve even seen perfectly good sets of Pings and Callaways at thrift stores… but now few and far between due to the increasing amounts of flippers.

As your game improves, you will need better equipment.

Start off with game improvement with cavity back irons then work your way to forged clubs. My transition from Ping cavities to Mizuno was rather smooth.

Remember: a good swinger can hit with bad clubs, but a bad swinger can’t hit with good clubs.

Oh and btw- don’t focus on brands.. all manufacturers have game improvement clubs as well as forged professional level clubs.

But traditionally: Ping/Callaway were known as game improvement.

Taylormade we’re meant for the masses.. and the most popular.

Title & Mizuno forged blades were meant for low handicappers & pros.

Good luck!
 

stringertom

Bionic Poster
Hello, I am looking for some golf club brand recommendations.

My wife and I started taking lessons and I am wondering if there is such a thing as an overall user friendly club for all stages of development. Something we can just use as beginners and stick with into the intermediate stage. Perhaps the equivalent of a Pure Drive/Pure Aero type brand of golf clubs, and if you could explain what makes that particular golf club brand good for what I am looking for, that would be extremely helpful.

thanks!
Focus on developing sound habits under the tutelage of a good pro while spending a higher percentage of your cash and time on lessons and the practice range. Shop wisely and you might get a steal on some steel and then reinvest in the learning costs.

All the major brands make a wide range of clubs for beginners to touring pro level players. While you’re in learning phase (your pro will back this up), stay away from blades or muscle backs for irons and focus on more forgiving technologies, including getting a set of clubs that replaces the older tradition of longer irons (2 thru 4) with hybrid short “woods.”

Your 14 -club bag should include a driver, a 3-wood, a putter, and 11 other clubs. Depending on what length of course you play and your ability to get length off the tee, you could go 5-PW (6 irons) and five other hybrids/wedges to fill your shot length needs.

The wedges do not have to be a match to the irons and you can carry one, two or three of them. In fact, you should splurge on the “money club” wedges and buy forged and well-milled brands like Mizuno, Cleveland or Vokey (Titleist) immediately.

Once you get to a decent level, you’re going to want to be ultra confident in the equipment and having it set up to your physique and swing. A forged head set of irons that can be customized to your swing path becomes critical to that process. Look into PXG brand equipment. They make very good stuff, all the way from drivers to putters. They’re also beginner-to-pro friendly if you’re willing to pay for their expertise.
 
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