They can be used by inserting weights inside the shaft before the grip is added. Another is by adding lead foil tape under the grip piece. Many golf shops will be able to give some advice when it comes to which would be best for ones driver.
A club has three parts to it; the head, shaft and the grip. They can either be bought separately or in a set. All sets consist of three woods, one hybrid, seven irons and a putter. The amount of clubs one is allowed to carry in the bag is fourteen so some players like to add another wedge or specialty hybrid.
Some clubs have extra weight in the head where up to ten grams are added, this allows maximum heel toe weight and another place is underneath the grip. This can be as much as fifty grams. This will ensure that one has a better control of the club head and at the same time the swing will feel much lighter. With the advantage of having the weight in the head of the clubs one is able to change the grips making the feel even more comfortable.
They are made from hardwood, normally persimmon but the newer ones can be made from titanium. Each driver is numbered and the number one wood has the lowest loft. From there they carry on with higher lofts as the numbers increase. Odd numbered lofts are generally more common but that is entirely up to the individual as to which one they prefer the most.
Hybrids are a combination of the iron club shaft length and the woods head design. Irons are considered to be one of the worst clubs to play with as the shaft is very long. With the hybrids they are considered to be the best of both worlds. Since they were made many players are more inclined to change their three and four irons to one of them.
All irons are used when one is closer than two hundred yards from the green. The closer one is the higher the number that needs to be used. Many people especially higher handicapped golfers as well as ladies, seniors and beginners find it easier to use the numbers seven or nine wood instead of the three and four iron.
Combined with the back weighting of golf clubs and the correct loft angle this will make the ball go great distances. A much higher arc will be achieved improving ones game. It has been noted that some players are able to pick up an extra four miles an hour on the balls speed.
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