Thinking of Buying Kids' Golf Clubs?

The sport of golf is quickly becoming one of America’s favourite pastimes. But with so many different clubs from which to choose, how do you know which set is right for your child? Here is a short guide to the best in kids' golf clubs.

Before you begin shopping, you need to consider your child’s age and level of golf skills. Kids' golf clubs are divided into age groups, each group designed to highlight and develop a child’s golf game.

If you are looking for a set of hybrid clubs, then the Aspire Junior Pro Tour Hybrid set is a must for you. It features a driver, with a sixteen degree loft, a hybrid with a 25 degree loft, and a titanium reinforced, offset design, 5.7 PW iron. Finally, the set includes a mallet style putter, with a white circle alignment aid. Hybrid clubs have become very popular in recent years, because their design allows a golfer to hit high, as well as the softer shots required on the fairway or wood shots.

young golfer If your child is between the ages of nine and twelve, then you may want to consider purchasing the Tour Series Matrix 7. The dark woods are complemented by beautiful chrome, making it an attractive set. Featuring titanium shafts are been created from lightweight aluminium and titanium alloy, the set also has an oversized driver, to help the beginning golfer hit the ball more accurately. The clubs have Golf Pride Junior Tour Velvet grips, as well as a standing bag an practice balls. Some dealers also offer Growth Protection with this purchase which gives you the peace of mind knowing that the clubs can be re-shafted when your child outgrows them.

Another great set is the Ballistic Flamethrower Set, for children between the ages of nine and twelve. Ideal for the beginner, it features a driver, with a fourteen degree loft, 5, 7, and 9 irons, each designed to be light and to have extra loft, to help your child develop her or his game of golf. It comes with a fiery red stand up bag, to help transport and organise your child’s clubs. The bag comes with graphite dividers, double-shoulder strap, and four zippered pockets.

Finally, if you are looking for a set for your three to five year old, then you may want to consider the Power Play Junior 3 club set with Stand Bag. This is the perfect starter set for your child. The three club set makes it fun for your child to learn the game of golf, because it features light, easy to swing clubs and help your child to learn to accurately hit the ball.

It’s never too early to teach your child the wonderful game of golf and with so many club sets on the market from which to choose, it never has been easier.

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