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Finding Custom Golf Clubs For You

Golf clubs are indeed very important equipment. If you don't have clubs, how can you play? However, there are some people who are not choosy when it comes to using the correct golf clubs. Sometimes they complain about getting bad backs or body ache after a sub par game. Sometimes they are not even playing to their full capacity because of an ill-fitting golf club.

Yes, you read that right. Golf clubs also need to "fit" the golfer. Professional golfers use custom clubs. Does that mean you have to spend hundreds or thousands of dollars to have custom clubs? Definitely not! There are ways around it. You can find the perfect set of golf clubs for you without spending too much. You only need to know a few things to be able to find the one that suits you and your game perfectly.

The length of the club is a major consideration when buying a golf club. However, the pros are much more concerned about the size of the golf club's grip. This is because the grip should be comfortable for the player's hands. There are some clubs that are made for women, and the grips of these clubs are smaller.

If you would really want to get a set of custom clubs, then by all means go for it! However, you should keep in mind that a process is involved in making custom golf clubs. You have to go through a fitting session when you decided to purchase a custom set of clubs. The fitting sessions does not only take your body measures! You stance, grip and swing are also taken into account.

Most of the time, people who are taller or shorter than most golfers really need to have custom golf clubs. This is a must if you are a pro. You have to consider the time and energy spent on bad grips, bad swings and overall bad playing just because your club is giving you a hard time.

What about "off the shelf" golf clubs? Well, these clubs may be satisfactory, but they will not exactly let you play to your fullest potential.

If you are a serious golfer then you really need to consider getting yourself fitted for a custom set. Just weigh the pros and the cons. I am very sure that if you have enough to spend for an extra "off the shelf" golf club set, well, you would rather get a custom golf club set that will help you play golf to your maximum level.

Submitted by:

Luke Cameron

Luke Cameron is owner of Golf News Inc. - an online magazine offering news, tips and articles on golf related topics. His website can be found at: http://www.golfnewsinc.com


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