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Key Things to Keep in Mind When Purchasing Your First Golf Equipment

Buying your first set of golf clubs is an exciting time. Perhaps you have played a round of golf or two by renting clubs or borrowing from friends, but buying your own set will allow you to play more frequently, and hopefully practice some as well. You have probably seen golf clubs in the pro shop at your local course with big price tags, but there are clubs ranging from very affordable to extremely expensive.

Before you head out to purchase your first set of golf equipment, keep the following tips in mind –

  • Don’t break the bank. You will have plenty of time later in your golf experience to purchase expensive club if you so choose. When you are first getting started, there is no need to spend that much money on your equipment. Find sets of clubs that are intended for beginning golfers and try out a few different models. You should be able to find plenty of options that will fit your needs without requiring you to spend thousands of dollars right up front. As you play more golf and gain more experience, you can consider buying higher-end equipment at a later date.
  • Try before you buy. Most golf shops will allow you to try out different models of clubs before you purchase them, and this is an opportunity you should take advantage of. Ask at the golf store if they have any clubs available for demo, so you can swing them for yourself and decide if they are right for you. It is one thing to read good reviews about a particular set of clubs, or to like the way they look, but you need to actually hit them before making a final decision.
  • Consider doing a club fitting. If you have a little bit of experience playing golf but are just now buying your first set, consider a club fitting at your local course so you can make sure you get the technical specs right on your first set. A fitting will help you learn what shaft flex to get, what lie angle, and more. Most facilities offer club fitting services for a reasonable cost, and might even do it for free if you are going to buy the clubs from their shop. Call around to local golf facilities near you to find out which ones offer club fitting services.