What golf club should a beginner start with?

Instead, start with a driver, a putter, a sand wedge (it’s the club that has an “S” on the sole or a loft of 54 to 56 degrees) and supplement those with a 6-iron, an 8-iron, a pitching wedge, and a fairway wood or hybrid with 18-21 degrees of loft.

What is the easiest golf club to hit?

On average the easiest golf club to hit is the 7-iron. 6-irons and 8-irons come close because these mid-iron clubs deliver high launch angles for all standards and their appearance gives confidence when players look down at them.

What does a beginner golfer need?

Beginner golfers need to be prepared with the necessary tools that you’ll use on the course. You should plan on having six to 12 golf balls in your bag, a golf glove (if you wear one) and tees and a ball marker in your pocket and ready to go. Being ready to go when it’s your turn to hit is an important part of golf.

Should a beginner use a 4 iron?

A beginner should certainly not have a traditional 2, 3 or 4-iron in their bag. One option would be to choose a 3 and 4 hybrid and then add a 5-iron, 7-iron and 9-iron. Or alternatively 3 and 5 hybrid (with an option of a 4 hybrid also) and adding a 7-iron and 9-iron.

What is the easiest club to hit off the tee?

Driving/Utility Iron

When you need hotter distance with the ability to precisely control your shot off the tee, utility irons are the option you are looking for.

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What iron is the easiest?

From experience, most golfers will tell you that the 7-iron is the easiest club to master. A 5-iron will go further, and you can be on the green in three if you are lucky, but a 7-iron will go at least 120-130 yards, getting you easily on the green in four.