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    Cobra Women's LTDx MAX Driver


    WAS: $499.99*

      XXIO Women's 12 Fairway Wood


      WAS: $399.99*

        Callaway Women's MAVRIK Driver


        WAS: $499.99*

          TaylorMade Women's M4 Driver


          WAS: $429.99*

            XXIO Women's 12 Hybrid


            WAS: $299.99*

              XXIO Women's 12 Irons


              WAS: $1099.99*


              Women's Golf Clubs to Enhance Her Game


              Find the hottest women's golf clubs at Golf Galaxy.

              Discover the latest women's golf drivers , fairway woods, hybrids, irons, wedges and putters from the top brands in golf, including TaylorMade, Titleist, PING, Callaway, Cleveland, Nike, ADAMS, Cobra and more.

              If you're a beginner, recreational golfer or need a new complete set, consider the women's golf club sets to get your golf game started. Add new clubs to your bag after you learn what you like and need. Many women swap long irons for hybrid clubs, which are easier to hit.

              Buying Tips

              Ladies' golf clubs are generally shorter, lighter and more flexible, allowing women with a smaller stature and slower swing speeds to get the most out of their clubs.

              Women's clubs typically feature graphite shafts, which are lighter and make it easier to achieve faster swing speeds.

              Grips on ladies' clubs are smaller in diameter and shorter in length than on men's clubs.

              Find a minimum 12-degree loft on ladies' drivers, versus the 9 to 11 degrees for men's. The higher loft allows women to easily get the ball in the air off the tee.

              Expert Advice

              All women's golf clubs have a ladies flex made for golfers who typically hit their drives less than 200 yards. If the ladies flex isn't stiff enough for your game, you may experience:

              1. The ball may fly higher for any given loft.
              2. The ball might tend to go left for a right-handed golfer.
              3. Shots may tend to feel solid, even when they aren't.

              Many beginning golfers might benefit from a ladies flex. Choosing a softer flex often forces golfers who overswing to slow down.