Golf Clubs Made to Enhance Your Game
Experience the joy of splitting a tree-lined fairway and the rush of watching a 20-foot putt disappear into the cup with the perfect set of golf clubs.
Attack every pin with confidence. Discover golf drivers, fairway woods and hybrids that will give you that extra yardage off the tee, and state-of-the-art putters to gain accuracy and consistency on the green. Add dependable irons and wedges to your bag so you have a club for every possible lie.
Find men’s golf clubs and women’s golf clubs from TaylorMade, Callaway, PING, Titleist, Mizuno, Nike, Cobra, Cleveland, ADAMS, Wilson and more.
Choose the correct shaft flex to improve your game. Select from extra stiff, stiff, regular, senior and ladies. Determine which shaft you need by looking at the distance you hit your driver. If you can carry your drive more than 250 years, go with stiff. A regular shaft is typically for the player hitting 230 to 250 yards. Consider a senior shaft if you hit your drive between 200 and 230 yards. A ladies shaft works with players hitting drives less than 200 yards. Extra stiff shafts are generally for players with very high swing speeds.
Consider a complete set of golf clubs if you’re a beginner, which includes everything from a driver to a putter – and even the golf bag. As you learn your game and better understand the performance features you need in a club, you can add and replace clubs in your set. Know that official rules state players cannot carry more than 14 clubs in their bag at one time.
Try booking a custom club fitting with certified experts at your local Golf Galaxy . The knowledgeable and highly trained staff can tell you the proper length, grip size, shaft flex, lie angle, sole radius and bounce angles you need in each club to give you optimal performance.
In order for your golf clubs to last and look new longer, take good care of them. Carry a towel so you can clean the club face after shots. Use a tee to clean out the grooves. Clean your clubs after the driving range. Consider wiping your grips down with warm water and mild soap to keep them from getting slick and aging.