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 Golf Tips: Your Golf Equipment 
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Golf Tips: Your Golf Equipment
by: John Harper



Blaming your moves, shots and swings for your disappointing golf play? No matter how much time and effort you have spent practicing your technique to perfect your game, you still won't achieve your maximum golf potential if you are using the wrong golf equipment.

Consider the following golf tips regarding your equipment's quality: If you plan to buy used golf clubs you must be very scrutinizing. The club heads, the shafts, and the grips must all pass careful inspection before landing a spot in your golf bag. Also, make sure that the set of used golf clubs under consideration have set consistency. You would be wise to cross check the price of a new set of clubs versus the used clubs as well.

A golf tip for the golfer that plans to regrip his/her clubs: Be cautious. The grips are the only contact points you can access to affect the shot. Before regripping, know the core grip of the club and your hands grip size. To determine your core size grip, measure the diameter of the butt of the shaft you're going to re-grip. The shaft's diameter should match the grip's core diameter. In determining your hands grip, the available size grips are regular, mid-size, oversize and jumbo. Do not be cheap when regripping your golf clubs; use only the best re-gripping materials to ensure optimum performance.

Using ill-fitted clubs will be an obstacle to your golf playing success. A golfer must consider their body type when choosing the best-fitting equipment to support and deliver their backswings efficiently. You must also select only perfectly fitting golf clubs so that things like improper contact angles are avoided.

Purchasing custom fit golf clubs would be far more beneficial to your play than just buying new golf clubs. Each individual golfer is very unique in their size and level of play with makes it virtually impossible for regular clubs to make a perfect fit. Custom fit golf clubs are made to specifically suit the height, strength, swing characteristics and club head speed of the individual golfer.

Here’s another valuable golf tip, make sure you figure out which type of golf club shaft would be most beneficial to your golf play. The two common options are a steel club shaft or a graphite club shaft. Steel club shafts are preferred by professional golfers while graphite shafts are more popular with women, senior players, and beginners. Graphite shafts tend to be more expensive than steel shafts.

One more golf tip that will help you tremendously: Your golf clubs must suit your skill level. Since certain skill levels require certain golf clubs, it it would be detrimental to your game to just use random golf clubs you have lying around. Keep in mind the maximum golf club load your bag is allowed to hold is 14 clubs. No more, no less. Your golf clubs are like an extension of your own body, you must make sure your clubs are comfortable and naturally fit your golfing style.

A combination of the right moves and the right equipment will enable you to golf at your maximum potential.

About The Author
John Harper’s love for the game of golf fueled his desire to become great. He is now the mastermind behind the “Be A Champion Golfer” golf instruction system: http://Pro-Golf-School.info/
The author invites you to visit:
http://pro-golf-school.info




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