Anybody that plays golf knows how expensive of a sport it really is. From greens fees to new clubs, there aren’t a ton of cheap options out there. However, there are steps you can take to minimize your spending. For the vast majority of people, it generally doesn’t matter which clubs or balls you are using. Just because you are playing with a new $500 driver doesn’t mean your golf game is astronomically improved.
In this video, you will learn about a few mistakes to avoid when buying golf clubs.
Any experienced golfer will tell you that it is crucial to have your clubs fitted. This takes into account many different factors such as swing speed, height, etc. Playing with a set of clubs that is too long or too heavy will significantly hinder your ability. Visiting a golf club-fitting professional will allow you to customize clubs that align with your swing statistics and ability. Again, buying the most expensive clubs is generally a bad idea for the average golfer.