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Mon Apr 07 00:00:00 MDT 201412handicap Rating:4.0
I've never been fond of the traditional hybrid, always looked odd to me at address. This club looks and plays similar to a long iron but seems to me to be a bit easier to hit and to get airborne. I used it for the first time yesterday and hit some nice solid shots both off the tee and turf. A nice addition to my set which didn't come w/ a 3 iron so I got the 21 deg version.
Choosing the right golf irons for your game is crucial. You may want the most prestigious high-end driver as a status symbol, but when it comes to selecting your golf irons, what the pros use might not be right for you. Different irons are designed for different player abilities. Head design and the various materials of the head and shaft also affect the way you use them. If you're looking into getting new irons, evaluate the key features before choosing them to make sure you get the best golf irons for your game.
Before you can use your irons effectively, you need to understand what they are. In golf there are two types of clubs: woods and irons. The heads on woods used to be made of wood and the heads on irons used to be made of iron; both types of clubs can be made of metal these days, and steel has replaced iron as the most common material. Now that you know what irons are, read on for tips on how to use them on the course.
More than any other piece of golf equipment, golf clubs affect the size of your golf handicap -- and the size of your wallet -- so you want to make sure you find golf clubs that are right for your golf game. Nowadays, it is difficult to figure out which set of golf clubs is the right set. Golf club shafts used to be made from hickory but are now made from steel or carbon fiber (called graphite). Woods are no longer wood and irons are no longer iron; they're made from modern metals and alloys. This golf clubs buying guide will help you understand the characteristics and varieties of modern golf clubs, which will help you know how to buy golf clubs that best meet your needs.
Of all the golf equipment you will buy, your golf clubs will cost most, so it may be a smart move to thoroughly research what styles are available to you before you make a purchase. This is especially important if you are shopping for a new golf club or golf club set online. Shopping for golf equipment online is the best way to find discount golf clubs, but it pays to read up on different kinds of clubs, since you won't be handling the clubs before you buy them. Keep reading for some tips on how to find the best golf clubs for you online.
Your golf bag is more than just a receptacle for your golf clubs and golf balls. It should be an organized home to your golf equipment. By keeping your golf bag organized, it will be easier for you to compete because you will know where everything is and you won't have to search for anything in the middle of a round of golf.
For those who think golf is nothing more than a walk in the park, try playing the game while carrying a 40- to 80-pound bag of clubs. Pros have professional caddies to carry their golf bags and give them playing advice, and many amateur players choose to take a golf cart. A high percentage of golfers, however, walk the course, and many of them carry their own bags.
Wherever you're going on your next trip, there are trendy travel bags out there just for you. While there are many factors involved in choosing luggage, knowing the current trends can keep you informed and up to date. Overstock.com has assembled this collection of the top trends in travel bags to help you decide which trendy travel bag is right for you. Keep reading to learn about the current trends in travel bags.
Mankind and, of course, womankind have adorned themselves with precious metals for centuries. We've always loved the color, shine, and rarity of gold and silver, fashioning the metals into coins, crowns, and even dishes. For talented artisans and their patrons, fine jewelry meant gold and silver and, recently, platinum. However, other metals, such as steel and titanium, can be crafted into high-quality, durable and stylish jewelry, and jewelers have become more appreciative of these alternatives in recent years. The jewelry industry uses the term "alternative metals" to describe the trend toward using industrial metals and alloys for contemporary design. This alternative metals buying guide offers some basic information to help you learn more about these fashionable metals.