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How to Select Best Equipment for Golf

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It's important to choose the right driver, selecting the appropriate loft, shaft flex and grip. A regular shaft will be more flexible, as opposed to a stiff shaft that may be difficult to get a decent swing speed with. The novice will probably find that the clubs they mostly use are the 7-iron and the pitching wedge. The next purchase may be a sand wedge to get the ball out of those pesky bunkers! The advice for anyone starting is to buy cavity back clubs rather than forged blades. Of course, every piece of equipment could be bought separately but Beginner Golf Sets usually prove more economical. If you keep everything in good condition, you may be able to sell it on when you reach the point where you want to upgrade.

When you are the proud owner of your Beginner Golf Set, you need to think about the other items that are needed, if not in the set. A glove that fits well, golf shoes, and some waterproof clothing are all essential. In addition to the basic equipment, there's nothing wrong with getting a bit of extra practice in. Chipping nets are a lot of fun and good training. Rainy days need not be golf free with a putting machine, which can be used indoors.

There are lots of specialist golf stores and general sports stores to choose from and online retailers too. Sometimes, golf magazines run competitions to win equipment or you can browse through the classified advertisements for used Beginner Golf Sets. (TIMExplore.com)

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