Golf Guide

Golf-Clubs Article


Golf Clubs Navigation


Golf Guide Home Page
Tell A Friend about us
Warrior Golf Clubs |
Ben Hogan Golf Clubs |
Lynx Golf Clubs |
Wholesale Golf Clubs |
Discount Golf Clubs Clone Online |
Discount Cobra Golf Clubs |
Taylor Golf Clubs |
Ping Used Golf Clubs |
Nike Golf Clubs |
Golf Clubs Clone |
Used Left Handed Golf Clubs |
New Golf Clubs |
Mcgregor Golf Clubs |
Used Ladies Golf Clubs |
Used Golf Clubs Ping |

List of Golf-Clubs Articles
List of Golf-Clubs Links

Golf Clubs Best seller

Buy it Now!

Best Golf Clubs Products



$77 Million
in 2 Years?












Social bookmarking
You like it? Share it!
socialize it


Subscribe to our newsletter AND receive our exclusive Special Report on Golf-Clubs
First Name:

Main Golf Clubs sponsors



Welcome to Golf Guide


Golf Clubs Article

Thumbnail example

´╗┐Making Sense Of Golf Club Specifications


When you are looking at golf clubs online or at your local store, you will probably see a whole series of golf club specifications and terminology about why this club can make you hit the ball better, or why a certain club is the best around, and so on. It can be hard to make sense of these golf club specifications and find the best club for your needs. However, there are some basic rules you can follow that will help you make more sense of certain golf club specifications. From grip and flexibility to lie angle, loft angle and weight, there are a myriad of factors to consider. Here is a guide to help you unravel the mysteries of golf club specifications and golf jargon.

Grip size

Grip size is one of the first golf club specifications you might see in a brochure. If you are looking for a grip size, then pick one that can fit in your hands. The right grip size should have your left hand touching your left hand ring finger. Gaps or digging into the hand mean the grip is the wrong size for you. You need to have the golf grip the right size so that your shot remains straight.

Shaft flex

Shaft flex is all to do with the power you put into the shot. A club with too much flex means the club head will generate power before it strikes the ball, whereas too stiff a shaft and you will not be able to generate a lot of power. If you have a slow speed swing, say below 100 km an hour, then go for a flexible shaft marked F. If you have a faster swing then choose something stiffer, like an A rated club.

Length and weight

Club length and weight are two other important factors in golf club specifications. The length of a club affects balance and your stance. You need to make sure you get the right length of club for your height, which you can do by asking your local store for a fitting. The weight is also important. Beginners should stay away from heavy clubs as they lack control. Choose the best weight for you by trying out a variety of club weights and seeing how comfortable they feel.

Although golf club specifications can seem a little confusing, they are important factors to consider when buying clubs. Getting a club with the wrong specifications will affect your game, so make sure you ask if you are unsure about what a certain specification means.

Christine P Gray is a recognized authority on the subject of golf clubs. Her website Ultimate Golf Guide provides a wealth of informative articles and resources on everything you will need to know about used golf clubs. All rights reserved. Articles may be reprinted as long as the content and links remains intact and unchanged.

Other Golf Clubs related Articles

Golf Club Specifications
Golf Club Components
Golf Club Sets
How To Swing A Golf Club
Golf Club Distances

Do you want to contribute to our site : submit your articles HERE


Golf Clubs News

No relevant info was found on this topic.