What Are The Best Brands For Women’s Golf Clubs?

The golf equipment market is flooded with different brands. New brands are constantly trying to enter, but that task is easier said than done as stalwarts like Callaway, Titleist, and TaylorMade continue to lead the way.

When it comes to finding the best women’s golf clubs, the landscape and options are a bit different. Most brands have a women’s option, but more often than not, these clubs don’t compare to the men’s versions in terms of design and game improvement technology.

I will take a closer look at this and share the brands that I feel are leading the way in women’s clubs. Furthermore, I will also look at what differentiates these brands when it comes to their women’s golf club offerings.


What Are The Best Brands for Women’s Golf Clubs?

It is no secret that, on average, female golfers swing the club much slower than male players. When you look at the design of women’s clubs, it is evident that brands are looking to help with this through technology.

You will see here that most of the leading manufacturers do feature women’s clubs in their offerings. But not all of them invest in the design of their ranges, which can be seen when you compare their women’s clubs to their male counterparts.

1. Callaway

Callaway arguably has the best offering when it comes to women’s golf clubs. Their women’s Solaire complete set is an 11-piece set designed with the female golfer in mind. In addition to this set, all of Callaway’s latest ranges do include a women’s offering. The Epic Speed, Apex, and Big Bertha Reva range all feature men’s and women’s offerings.

When it comes to helping with lower swing speeds, this comes through when we look at the REVA and Solaire sets. Both sets feature loft progressions throughout the set that promote added height and distance. Furthermore, forgiveness is a big focus in the design of these clubs. Forgiveness ensures distance on both center and off-center strikes.

What differentiates Callaway’s complete women’s sets from the rest of its competitors is the inclusion of a premium putter. This is thanks to their partnership with leading putter manufacturer Odyssey.

2. Taylormade

TaylorMade is another leading brand with a wide selection of women’s clubs, all featuring the brand’s latest technologies. The Kalea range is designed specifically for female golfers and the best from their range. It is available both as a complete set and as individual clubs. Additionally, all their latest ranges, including the ever-popular SIM Max range, feature both a male and female offering.

Furthermore, this set also features TaylorMade’s signature Speed Pocket technology, which promotes added flexibility on the clubface’s bottom for faster ball speeds and distance.

The design of the TaylorMade Kalea women’s set also focuses on promoting speed thanks to a lightweight design. Every component that goes into the creation of this set is optimized in terms of weight.

3. Wilson

In particular, Wilson’s women’s offering offers exceptional value for money, particularly the Magnolia set. In comparison, though, Wilson’s Magnolia complete set doesn’t feature the same level of technology in its design as Callaway or Taylormade.

What differentiates this set is the inclusion of Wilson’s Harmonized lob wedge and putter. More often than not, women’s sets only feature oversized wedges, which makes it very difficult around the greens. Still, the Harmonized lob wedge is the best option in comparison to that.

4. Cobra

Cobra Golf also continues to invest money and resources into the design of their women’s clubs. In addition, to complete sets for female golfers, their latest RAD Speed range features both male and female clubs.

The brand’s signature one-length irons are also available in a women’s offering.

5. Titleist

Surprisingly Titleist doesn’t offer a women’s range of golf clubs. If a women’s player wants to play with the brand, their clubs can be custom-fit to ensure they get the most out of it and tailored to their needs.


Final Thoughts.

When we look at the design of women’s golf clubs, two brands jump to the fore. Both Callaway and TaylorMade offer high-quality women’s golf clubs that are packed with technology.

Both of these brands differentiate themselves from other brands by designing women’s clubs built for women. The technology differs across the brands, but their designs focus on speed and distance at the core, both of which female golfers struggle with.

The next article goes back to golf club sizing, and looks at how much shorter women’s golf clubs are compared to others on the market. It may be that you don’t fall in to the average height bracket of women golfers, so you may need to use a different type of set to get the most from your game.


Written by Kirsty

After graduating from college, I turned professional and played on both the LPGA and Symetra Tours for three years. Since 2019, I now coach full time and write for a handful of online sites.

September 29, 2021

Golf Clubs

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