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Irons Wedges LONG Game Drivers Fairway Woods

Equalizer Black Wedges - Left-Handed

$115.00
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Set make up is typically determined by the player’s ability level. We recommend stronger and more accomplished players begin their iron sets at a #4 iron (22-degrees); golfers who may have difficulty getting longer irons airborne should start their sets with more highly lofted mid irons.
Set make up is typically determined by the player’s ability level. We recommend stronger and more accomplished players begin their iron sets at a #4 iron (22-degrees); golfers who may have difficulty getting longer irons airborne should start their sets with more highly lofted mid irons.
Set make up is typically determined by the player’s ability level. We recommend stronger and more accomplished players begin their iron sets at a #4 iron (22-degrees); golfers who may have difficulty getting longer irons airborne should start their sets with more highly lofted mid irons.

We recommend standard sized grips for most golfers. However, if you are a taller player or a lighter grip due to arthritis or another ailment, mid-sized grips might be better for you.

Our standard club specifications fit over 75% of golfers. So, if you are a man between 5’9” and 6’1”, we’ve likely recommended those for you. Taller golfers need longer clubs, and shorter golfers should play clubs that have been reduced in length.

Lie angle is an important component in determining shot shape. Clubs that are too ‘flat’ typically promote contact near the heel and produce weak fades or even slices. Clubs that are too upright can cause excessive digging and toe drop resulting in draws or hooks.
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