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Gripping Golf Club Irons – Monark Golf

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Posted on December 14th, 2015 at 03:48 AM

Golf game is one of the ball game which doesn’t require a standardized playing area. And it is very simple game where a little thought, skill and patience is required. Each golfer is allowed to carry a maximum of 14 clubs at a time in a golf bag. There are many standard club sets, where many players experiment the combination of woods, irons, putters and wedges.

When you are choosing the best custom golf clubs, a novice should be careful in selecting them. Because there are N number of models are available in the market in clubheads, grips and shafts which will serve your needs and requirements. Ultimately, the golfers can build a set of golf clubs with the help of Monark Golf.

The heads of golf club irons are constructed from a type of metal and this is the only difference between the woods and irons. Nowadays you can find even the woods have heads made from metal. They are rated in categories like clubs#1, #2, #3, #4 are categorized for long irons and for mid irons #5, #6, #7 and for short irons #8, #9 and an additional iron which is known as pitching wedge. The club irons moves the ball from the fairway onto the green.

The putter is used in the golf game to make a short and a low speed stroke with an intention of rolling the ball into the hole from a short distance. Are you looking for number one custom golf putters and golf club set, then make your purchase with Monark Golf. Like golf technology, even putter technology is advancing to help the golfers. And different types of putters are available for many golfers, where they can help the golfers to lead a stress free golfing life. The putter is used to move the ball into the cup and it saves your shots on the green. The putter is most used club in your bag.



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