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Top Golf Clubs 2017

Updated on June 11, 2017

Sounds familiar? Well, here is some assistance to help get you ahead of the competition. Here are the best golf clubs 2017:

Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Driver

Callaway has job done a terrific job of making a lightweight driver that gains better accuracy of hitting the perimeter of the ball squarely off the tee. The head of the driver is titanium, with the shaft made of a carbon composite that is arguably the best golf club in the industry.

Srixon Z355 Irons

The Srixon Z355 iron set is ideal for individuals who are beginning their journey into golf. The club heads focus on forgiveness, extended ball flight and keeping the shot on the fairway. Overall, this iron set is the top golf clubs for novice golfers because it can shred a few strokes off their score.

Ping G Fairway Wood

Many weekend golfers struggle with their second shot on the fairway because too many are hitting the lower half of the ball on their approach. Ping has provided a solution by lowering the edge of the club head closer to the turf, which moves the impact closer to the face for better distance towards the green.

TaylorMade M1 Hybrid

The TaylorMade M1 hybrid cuts down the amount of slices and hooks hit in a round. The weight shift inside the club head expands the range of motion that hides off-center shots taken.

Cleveland RTX-3 Blade Wedge

The key to being a good wedge hitter is finding the center of the club head, which allows a golfer to hit a better shot. The Cleveland RTX-3 blade wedge provides great balance that produces more spin and distance on each shot attempt.

Odyssey O Putter

It seems like an ambitious goal for all golfers is to make the ball roll better towards the flag. The Odyssey O putter offers an elaborate face that hinges on impact to provide more topspin on each putt attempt.

Mizuno MP25 Irons

The Mizuno engineers have worked their magic once again by designing a set of golf clubs that can lower a player’s handicap. The mixture of boron and steel club heads provides more distance on shots by counteracting against the swing flaws of the golfer.

Titleist 917 D2 Driver

The goal of the Titleist 917 D2 driver is to lower the weight distribution, which maximizes forgiveness on each errant tee shot. It accomplishes this by keeping the club head weight back, while pushing more mass forward to control the direction of the ball.

Callaway GBB Epic Fairway Wood

Callaway’s best golf club success hinges on expanding the flexibility of the club head by offering a wider space to hit the ball. Weight is saved on the follow-through by lessening the spin rate of the shot.

Cobra King Pur Wedge

The best course to optimize the spin of the ball is improving the initial contact of the club. The face of the Cobra King Pur wedge head is unchromed, which offers a more consistent spin with each shot attempt. This technology makes it one of the best golf clubs 2017.

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