The golfing market knows that every golfer – whether professional or amateur – would do anything to benefit his game. Every day varieties of new equipments are cropping up to buy. New golf equipments from gloves to balls, from spikeless shoes to golf bags, from GPS devices to different golf shafts are flooding the markets. One of the newer trends that is now gaining popularity is the graphite golf club. Shaft Stiffness When choosing a golf club, there are many decisions that a golfer... Read More...

As compared to steel golf clubs, graphite golf clubs allow golfers to hit the ball straighter and get more distance on their shot. With this power, graphite golf clubs are great for all those who are new to the game as it allows them to improve their shots without any embarrassment. As graphite is much stronger than steel, a golfer might be able to hit the ball at least 20 yards longer than with a steel club. At the same time, since graphite shafts are about 60 grams lighter than steel shafts, the... Read More...

Graphite golf clubs are able to effectively reduce the weight of a regular steel golf club by about 50-60 grams. The graphite material used in their manufacturing also allows such shafts to absorb the vibrations of striking a golf ball. It is for this reason that many pros use graphite golf clubs during injury lay-offs. At the same time, ladies and other senior citizens who are not very powerful also make use of such graphite golf clubs as they help to produce a greater swing speed than steel shafts. On... Read More...

In the past, most golf equipment was designed mainly for men but due to the vast amount of TV coverage that women’s golf has gotten over the past few years, many golf equipment manufacturers have started producing more clubs that are specifically designed for women. Designed for Women’s Frames Although women can play with the golf clubs designed for men, they have their own needs and preferences due to which there are now golfing equipments manufactured specifically for them. These exclusive... Read More...

One of the most important golf decisions that a golfer will ever make is in choosing the right golf club. A seasoned golfer will state that the main factor influencing a golf game is the type of club that they use. However, when you set out to buy a pair of golf clubs, it can get confusing seeing the various options available to you. Every golfer would like to get a good initial swing distance. What really determines the distance that one can cover when striking the golf ball is the shaft of the... Read More...

Nowadays, golf is no longer considered to be just a relaxation sport; instead with all the television coverage that it is receiving, it is no surprise that many companies are now jumping on the golf bandwagon and developing different types of new and improved golf equipments that are used to help people overcome their golfing handicaps and improve their control. Graphite Shaft Golf Clubs One type of golf equipment that is now being used unabatedly is graphite in the golf shafts. Lately, graphite... Read More...

Graphite shafts allow golfers to hit their golf ball further than steel clubs. Hence, using such graphite clubs would be very useful to those players who have a high-handicap on the golf course. When compared to the traditional steel clubs, clubs with graphite shafts are much lighter and stronger and so the golfer would be able to achieve greater accuracy and distance on his shot. By using graphite shaft golf clubs, a golfer is able to get at least 20 yards more on a golf ball than would be possible... Read More...

Many women players have started taking up golf recently which has resulted in many golf equipment manufacturers producing more high tech clubs and equipment specifically for women that are on par with men’s clubs. Today’s golfing women have many options for drivers, fairway woods, irons and putters that are not only manufactured to custom fit their petite frame, but also to help them improve almost every aspect of their game. One could be forgiven for thinking that men’s and women’s... Read More...