One of the great things about living in year-round warm weather climates is that you can hit up the golf links at any time of the year. It’s a big part of the reason why we love winters in the southern U.S. states, and a big reason why our “snowbird” friends from the northern states often venture south for the cold weather season. And there’s no shortage of golf courses scattered throughout the southern U.S. But golfers — regardless of skill level — need one thing if they want to hit the links for a round of golf: their own set of clubs! Wondering what type of golf clubs to purchase? We’ve got you covered here. Here’s a look at five sets of golf clubs that we absolutely love.
Callaway Men’s Strata Golf Clubs
The Callaway Men’s Strata is a quality set from a name golf brand that won’t break the bank — and this set comes in both right and left hand varieties. Two head covers, a bag and a putter are also included. All you’ll need to do is put in your trunk and make your tee time.
TaylorMade P790 Men’s Iron Set
If you’re a serious golfer with a favorable handicap who golfs several times a week, just any set of irons won’t do. And when you want to golf the best, it helps if you’re playing with the right equipment. Consider the TaylorMade’s P790 iron set. Choosing between right and left-handed clubs isn’t all you can select when you purchase these; you can also select shaft type (graphite or steel) and flex type (regular, senior or stiff).
Precise Golf Co.’s Precise X7 Junior Golf Club Set
Have a youngster that’s interested in learning the game of golf or looking to grow out of a smaller set of clubs? The Precise X7 set comes with three irons, a wood, putter and a golf bag that wears like a backpack for easy carrying. What’s nice is that the clubs are also high-lofted, making it easier for a child to strike it well. It’s a quality set of clubs at an affordable price, allowing you to take your favorite little ones out with you for your next round.
For the Casual Woman Golfer
Wilson’s clubs feature flexible shafts and large faces, offering more forgiveness when there’s an off-center strike. The set includes a driver, fairway wood, four hybrid irons, a pitching wedge, putter, bag and head covers. It’s the perfect set whether you’re playing once a week or once a month.
Callaway Solaire Golf Club Set
If you’re a scratch golfer, not just any set of clubs will do — you need a high-end set of equipment to give you the best chance to top your low score every time you tee up for a round. The Solaire set from Callaway is that set of clubs, featuring a superior design and made from premium materials to help take your golf game to a whole new level. If you’re serious about golf, you need a set of clubs that’s serious about helping you better hit fairways, greens in regulation and scores under par. This is that set.