The shaft that a senior golfer should use is not as obvious as you may think. There are three questions you need to ask yourself first, as it may not be as simple as a ‘senior flex’.
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Senior flex shafts are designed specifically for senior golfers; they are lighter, they will have higher torque and have a softer flex.
We talk through five main ways seniors can increase their driving distance, which includes the right swing technique and the right strike numbers.
We found that both Callaway and TaylorMade offer high-quality women’s golf clubs that are packed with game improvement technology.
It’s not possible to call out just one average swing speed for a senior golfer, so we’ve looked at three age bands and three popular clubs for ech.
Women’s and junior golf clubs are very similar when it comes to design, but there are key differences when it comes to technical features.
Visually there’s not much difference between men’s and women’s golf clubs, but there are some technical differences worth knowing about.
The answer to whether you should buy standard or petite women golf clubs will depending on your height, and to some extent your skill level.
Yes, is the short answer but depending on the player and the key considerations we discuss in this piece, it may not mean that they should.
Women’s golf clubs can be 1 to 3 inches shorter than mens, depending on the club. We look at them all and explain why the right length is key.
In this article we explain the reasons why graphite shafts are known to be better for beginners compared to its steel counterparts.
Do beginner golfers need a driver? Well, if you can’t overcome the difficulties we discuss in this article, then it’s not essential, no.