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General Golf Questions

CLUB DISTANCES (YDS) USUAL LOFT DESCRIPTION
Driver 200-260+ 9-13 The big one, made for distance. There is nothing more satisfying in golf than striping a tee shot with your heftiest club.
3-Wood 180-235 15 The second longest club in a standard bag, this Fairway Wood is perfect for bringing you closer on those long Par 4's and 5's.
5-Wood 170-210 18-19 A little shorter than a 3-Wood, the 5 gives you more control and higher loft to get you closer to the green.
Fairway Wood 170-250 15-24 The second longest club in a normal bag, a Fairway Wood is perfect for bringing you closer on those long Par 4's and 5's.
3-Hybrid 160-210 19-20 Also called Utility or Rescue clubs, hybrids are built for ease of use. Use a hybrid when you want a longer hit than an iron, but more control than a wood, or when in the deep rough.
3-Iron 160-205 21 Irons are made for more control in more varied situations. The lower the number, the farther the ball will go, but also with a lower trajectory.
4-Iron 155-170 24 Irons are made for more control in more varied situations. The lower the number, the farther the ball will go, but also with a lower trajectory.
5-Iron 140-170 27 Irons are made for more control in more varied situations. The lower the number, the farther the ball will go, but also with a lower trajectory.
6-Iron 130-165 30 Irons are made for more control in more varied situations. The lower the number, the farther the ball will go, but also with a lower trajectory.
7-Iron 120-155 34 Irons are made for more control in more varied situations. The lower the number, the farther the ball will go, but also with a lower trajectory.
8-Iron 110-140 38 Irons are made for more control in more varied situations. The lower the number, the farther the ball will go, but also with a lower trajectory.
9-Iron 90-130 42 Irons are made for more control in more varied situations. The lower the number, the farther the ball will go, but also with a lower trajectory.
Pitching Wedge 80-115 44-48 The Pitching Wedge requires less swing speed as you approach the green. It's lower loft allows golfers to hit this Wedge farther than others.
Gap Wedge 75-110 50-52 The Gap Wedge lives up to its name: fill the gap between Pitching and Sand Wedges. Gap Wedges are also known as Approach Wedges.
Sand Wedge 60-100 54-58 As its name suggests, the Sand Wedge helps you get out of those dreaded bunkers and back into the game. This wedge is also commonly used for chipping around the green.
Lob Wedge 50-95 60-64 The high loft (usually 60 degrees or higher) of the Lob Wedge makes hitting the green from shorter distances a breeze. It also allowes a skilled golfer to create extra spin and loft for more control.
Putter N/A N/A The difference between a good round and a great round often comes down to the putt. This is the most used club in the bag. A mallet is generally more forgiving than a blade.

BRAND DESCRIPTION
Callaway Callaway has been one of the largest names in golf since their legendary founder Ely Callaway launched the brand in 1982. Known for innovative and Tour winning technology, this giant has something for all skill levels.
Cobra Known for introducing the concept of oversized irons to the masses, Cobra has continued to innovate throughout their 50 year history. Today, they are known for producing clubs with great balance, distance, and modern aesthetics.
Mizuno The largest Japanese manufacturer of golf equipment, Mizuno has grown into one of the most revered golf companies in the world. Known mainly for their irons, these craftsmen also make a selection of high end woods and hybrids.
Ping Starting in a garage in California, PING has developed into one of the most recognizable sporting brands in the world. Originally known for their putters, their Irons and cutting-edge woods are a top choice for many PGA Tour Professionals.
Titleist Known for having the most popular golf ball in the world, Titleist takes that same level of expertise that makes the Pro V1 and applies it to every club they produce. Their tour-winning technology is sure to improve every aspect of your game.
Scotty Cameron The first name in putting, Scotty Cameron started desiging putters in the 1990's. Known for premium materials and small details, these putters are true works of art.
TaylorMade One of the first companies to move away from wooden clubs, TaylorMade has always been at the forefront of technology and innovation, claiming the second most tour wins of all time, TaylorMade offers clubs that suit every handicap.
PXG One of the newest players in the high-end equiptment game, PXG has grown quickly into a tour trusted supplier. Known for their edgy marketing and distance focus, PXG clubs will help you stretch your game farther.
Srixon Srixon is dedicated to improving your game. They are a global leader in equipment innovation, and use their passion and expertise to develop products of the highest quality and performance that fit a wide range of players – including many of the world’s top pros.
Ben Hogan One of the greatest golfers of all time, Ben Hogan spun his on-course success into one of the most recognizable golf companies in his time. These days, Ben Hogan creates classic blade and cavity back irons, as well as a full line of drivers and woods.
Odyssey The number one putter in golf, Odyssey is the putter brand of Callaway. With their wide range of designs and the most tour wins of all time, Odyssey has a putter fit for everyone.
Bettinardi By introducing their unique Honeycomb Face Milling in 1993, Bettinardi has always been on the forefront of putter technology. A family run business, Bettinardi promises more control with style.
XXIO Promising some of the lightest designs in the sport, XXIO is dedicated to increasing swing speed while limiting effort, allowing you to play longer and stronger.

Height-Feet Height-cm Club Length
6'9" to 7'0" 206 - 213 Add 2"
6'6" to 6'9" 198 - 206 Add 1 1/2"
6'3" to 6'6" 191 - 198 Add 1"
6'0" to 6'3" 183 - 191 Add 1/2"
5'9" to 6'0" 175 - 183 Standard Length
5'6" to 5'9" 168 - 175 Subtract 1/2"
5'3" to 5'6" 160 - 168 Subtract 1"
5'0" to 5'3" 152 - 160 Subtract 1 1/2"
4'9" to 5'0" 145 - 152 Subtract 2"

In the most simple words, Bounce is the angle between the sole of a wedge and its leading edge. For more info, check out our Blog Post all about what bounce is and how it changes your game.



Shaft Flex F.A.Q.

Flex Iron Wood Hybrid Flighted
Extra Stiff+ 7 7
Extra Stiff 6.5 7 6.5 7
Stiff+ 6 6.5 6 6.5
Stiff 5.5 6 5.5 6
Regular+ 5 5.5 5 5.5
Regular 5 5

Swing Speed MPH <65 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 120
Approx. Driver Dist. <155 155 170 185 200 215 225 240 255 270 280 300+
Fx 3.0 SRT M1 M1 M2 M2 M3 M3
I Series M1 M1 M2 M2 M3 M3 M4> M4> M4>
I Series Tour M3 M3 M4 M4
Fx 3.0 100 M1 M1 M2 M2 M3 M3 M4 M4 M4
Fx 3.0 200 M3 M3 M4 M4 M4 M5 M5
Fx 3.0 300 M4 M4 M5 M5 M5
TZ6 M3 M3 M4 M4 M5 M5
TZ5 M3 M3 M3 M4 M4 M5
Tour Z RPG HBP & LBP M4+ M4+ M5+ M5+
Tour Z RPG Tour M5+ M5+
M1 Ladies
M2 Senior
M3 Regular
M4 Stiff
M5 Extra Stiff
M5+ Tour Stiff

Swing Speed Flex
>75 mph Ladies/Senior
75 mph- 95mph Regular
96 mph- 110 mph Stiff
<110 mph Extra Stiff

Want to learn more about Swing Speed? Check out our Blog Post all about Swing Speed and shaft flex.

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