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PostSubject: Drivers & Fairway woods   Drivers & Fairway woods EmptyFri Jul 29, 2011 11:09 am

These clubs are used to hit longer shots. That's a basic yet apt way to look at it. discount golf clubs
If a golf hole is a par four or five from tee to green, most golfers would choose to use a wood.
The driver, or the 1 Wood, has the lowest loft of any golf club. Loft is the angle of Cleveland CG16 Wedge
the club face that controls trajectory and affects distance. A driver has a loft between 7 and 12 degrees. Better golfers have traditionally favored drivers with less than 10 degrees of loft, which require a lot more Taylormade R11 Irons
skill to hit.
Most golfers also carry a #3 and #5 fairway wood as part of their arsenal. A #3 wood Titleist Scotty Cameron Studio Select Laguna 2 Putter
has a loft of 15 degrees, and a #5 wood has a loft of 18 degrees. The higher the golf club number, the higher the loft. PING G20 Hybrid
wood are commonly referred to as fairway woods, because they are most often used during the second shot of play, when you are supposed to be on the fairway.
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