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Golf Club Guide: Parts of the Golf Clubhead

A golf club has three parts, the grip, the shaft and the clubhead. The grip is where you hold the club, the shaft is the body and the clubhead is the coolest kid.

Just like a golf club, the golf club head has different parts, even more than a club.

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The hosel connects the clubhead with the rest of the shaft.

So, make sure to get a club with a sturdy hosel or your club might just break off.

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The face is the striking or hitting part of the club and that’s where the sweet spot is. The face of each club type is different, for example, the driver has a smooth layer while irons have grooves.

These different faces have different effects when hitting the ball. The grooves give the extra spin giving players better control for close shots.

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The heel is the nearest part of the face to the shaft and the toe is the furthest part.

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The face’s job is to hit the ball and the sole’s job is to make contact with the surface on which the ball is placed. When the face hits the ball, the sole automatically contacts with either grass, turf or sand.

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Not all clubs have ferrule given that it is an optional part of the clubhead. The ferrule covers the connecting part between the hosel and shaft.

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This is only present on iron clubs. Some irons are designed with and without the cavity back. Cavity-back clubs have a hollowed-out portion at the back of the clubhead’s face. This part minimizes the changes of mishits.

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Also called the clubhead muscle back, a cavity back has an empty back portion. Muscleback is the opposite of the cavity back giving the club more power for tee shots.

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The topline is only for irons and wedges. They are located above the face.

Now that you understand specific parts of the clubhead better, you can start acing your golf games in future!

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5 Types of Golf Clubs Every Golfer Should Know About

Golf is not a complicated game. You place the ball; you get a club and you try to sink the ball in the hole. However, things with golf get complicated when you see a player’s stand bag. You see not one, not two, not three but a bunch of golf clubs in different forms, sizes and different heads.

The hitting part of the club, by the way, is called a clubhead. It is also crucial to learn more about the parts of a golf club before buying a club set.

Anyway, let’s talk about the five types of golf clubs.

Wood

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These clubs have the biggest clubhead made of wood. Hence the name, wood. Players use these clubs for the longest shots, tee shots or strokes. So, they are the first club players use to get the ball closer or in the hall.

Wood clubs are also called drivers while others consider the two differ from each other. But all in all, these clubs are the one you use for tee shots.

Irons

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Iron clubs have grooves in them that adds extra spin on a ball. Iron clubs enable players to make a shot with better accuracy with the spin. So, this club is perfect for short shots.  When you need to get the perfect shot calculation to send the ball home, go with an iron.

Hybrid

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Hybrids are considered the new kid on the block among the other clubs. It did not exist as long as the others. But that does not mean it’s obsolete. Hybrids are perfect if you want finesse with your airborne shots.

That is difficult with other clubs by the way. With hybrids, you also get to lower the chances of mishits. Also, you get better swing control.

Wedges

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There are different kinds of wedges used in particular golf situations. You get the gap, sand, lob and pitching. Each wedge club has a particular advantage.

The unique feature of a wedge is the bounce. You need this when your ball lands on the sand or turf. This club allows players to hit balls in challenging surfaces much easier.

Putter

The coolest of all clubs probably with its complicated but well-executed design. The putter is of course for putting. Just like with wedge, the putter is sub-divided into two, the blade (smaller clubhead) and mallet (bigger clubhead).

With this information at hand you will be able to buy your very own golf club set and head for your nearest golf course to tee off.

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Must Remember Golf Club Shopping Tips

Thinking of starting a golf career? Or maybe just wanting to play some golf? If you managed to borrow a set from a friend or a family member, it is probably best to get your own.

We’re not forcing you to spend money. We’re positively encouraging you to spend money on golf clubs.

Anyway, you can’t just go blindly on a golf store and get the coolest looking club you see first. There’s a process when choosing. But you don’t need the process. All you need is to understand the process and then you can buy what you want.

Knowing the process will help you make the most out of your golf club shopping experience. Not only that, you’re going to go home with an impressive golf club set strapped on your awesome new stand bag.

There are different kinds of golf clubs

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At golf tournaments or maybe on television series wherein businessmen go out to play golf, you can see that they have a duffle bag, which is called a stand bag with golf clubs.

There are different kinds, right? You see, golf clubs have particular parts. You have the grip and the shaft as the upper part and middle part. But what differentiates these clubs are the clubhead. That’s the part you use to strike a golf ball.

Furthermore, the clubhead has different parts, the hosel, the neck, the socket, the ferrule, the sole, the sweet spot, the back, the bounce and so on. Yes, it goes on. Now, we don’t want to bog you down with these parts. Understanding what a particular golf club is for is more important.

You have the woods, the irons, the hybrids, the wedges and the putters.

Each golf club has distinct characteristics

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That’s why you can’t enjoy golf with only one or two golf clubs. Each club has its own, let’s say special skills. The woods, with the biggest clubhead, is your go-to guy for long shots, mainly for strokes. They are easy to swing and not that heavy.

The irons are for tee and shots from the fairway. They have an angled face making them perfect for well-controlled shots.  A hybrid is a wood and iron combined. They’re relatively new but are already making the rounds.

Hybrids are considered a replacement for irons, they are much easier to grip, swing and make calculated shots.

A wedge is the little brother of the iron and it has 4 types: sand, pitching, gap and lob. These clubs are used for short shots of balls placed into and around the greens, on the sand and sometimes, even on water.

Putter, well, is for putting. They are the most complex clubs ever designed to accommodate a golfer’s putting technique.

Now, before you go shopping, remember these tips and also check out our article of the most affordable golf brands available.

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Highly Recommended Golf Club Sets for Ladies and Kids

We’ve talked about the most affordable brands of golf clubs. Now, here’s a list of the best golf club sets to get for your wife, daughter, sister, mother, grandmother and kids.

In this post, we take a look at some of the best club sets for ladies and kids.

Callaway Women’s Strata + Complete Golf Set

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For only $416 you can get your wife or girlfriend a M NJ.01a 14-piece set Callaway Strata. This set comes with a driver, 5 hybrids, 5 woods, 6 9 iron, sand wedge, pitching wedge, 3 headcovers and a sturdy handbag.

That’s an amazing deal for only $416. You are sure to save a lot of money and the quality of the Callaway Strata is amazing. The iron has a perimeter weighting for easy use and progressive sole width tech for awesome control. Most of the clubs come with C7 swing weight and the sand wedge with C9.

Wilson Profile Junior Golf Set

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If your kid is into golf, then he or she needs a golf set as soon as possible. This set is engineered with junior swing speeds to accommodate young people perfectly. For only $177 you get the complete set with a stand bag. The set includes a driver, a hybrid, a short iron, a wedge, a putter and headcovers.

If you ask anyone, that is an amazing deal especially if your kid is a beginner. When he or she start performing better you can kick things up a notch. The set comes in different sizes, boy’s large (56″-63″), girl’s large (56″-63″), boy’s medium (50″-56″), and boy’s small (40″-50″).

Precise NX460

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Another great choice for the ladies. For $262, you get a lightweight starter set, ultra-light high modulus (100%) graphite shaft for all clubs and more. Did we mention it comes with a cool stand bag you can wear as a backpack? Well, it does.

This set includes the following: driver, hybrid, fairway wood, pitching wedge, sand wedge, 6/7, 8/9, putter and headcovers. Did we mention it comes with a cool stand bag you can wear as a backpack? Oh, yes, we did.

Ping Moxie Junior Kids

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Looks like Ping is not only for the pros, right? Ping is considered to be one of the best golf club brands in the world. Now, your kids can have them. The Ping Moxie Junior Kids complete golf set is a must buy.

This 7-club set is perfect if you want your kids to learn the different characteristics and attributes of different clubs. Each club in this set is engineered with a distinct factor that makes it versatile. For example, the driver is a 370cc titanium for great control and weight.

The set comes with a driver, fairway wood, hybrid and irons. Using this set is a bit challenging given the different degree and inch of each club.

In a nutshell

Honestly, these club sets are good for beginners, but they’re not designed for them. These golf club sets can be a bit complex for beginners. But if they have experience and know-how of each club’s use, then go for it.

This can be challenging but that’s the point, right? Who knows, giving them these golf sets might inspire them to go all the way and become pro golfers.

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The Most Affordable Golf Club Brands

When people say golf clubs, they immediately think TaylorMade and Callaway. The top of the line clubs will cost you thousands. But you don’t need to spend thousands to embrace the game.

There are other durable and more cost-effective golf club brands you can choose from. Here’s a great reminder, if you are buying clubs, make sure to get a set.

If you buy clubs per piece, it’s going to cost you more money.

Now, if you want awesome sales and discounts, here are the brands for you.

Mizuno

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Mizuno’s Blue Ion Wedge is considered to be one of the best golf wedges there is. You can get one right now for only $195. That’s not even discounted yet. Mizuno offers all types of golf clubs from pitching wedges, to putters to sand wedges and hybrid clubs.

You can also get a set of golf clubs with a matching hat, gloves, shopworn and stand bag. Right now, you can get a Mizuno MP-18 MMC Fli-Hi Utility Iron for only $164.95. If you are after durability and quality, Mizuno is great if you have a tight budget.

Ping

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Ping has the best golf club selections internationally. The company created some of the best golf club designs there are. You can get the best drivers, hybrids, crossovers, irons, wedges, fairways and putters from them.

Ping golf clubs’ price rates range from $150 to more than $1000. But even the cheapest products are considered top-quality and durable. For example, the Ping G400 Hybrid for only $232.

This hybrid comes with a maraging steel face, cascading sole, ultra-thin 17-4 SS crown and is an Alta CB standard shaft.

Srixon

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Srixon’s Z 585 Irons is one of the top irons out there. It is used by thousands of players both amateurs and professionals. You can get a great hybrid club from Srixon for as low as $262 and that price can go way down with discounts or promos.

Srixon is also popular for its combo sets for irons and hybrids.

These brands will still cost you some money. But, think of the long haul of how many years these clubs will serve you. Continue reading and subscribe to The Ace of Clubs. Contact us if you would like to learn more about buying the perfect golf clubs.