My friend once had great opportunity to get amazing golf club set for good price, but he hesitated because golf clubs were advertised as women’s. There was a little bit of male insecurity, he couldn’t be seen playing with women’s golf clubs, but for the most part he was worried about how well those golf clubs would hold up in man’s hand. Both of these didn’t turn out to be the problem, so he bought them and still plays with them to this day. But i wanted to write about differences between men’s and women’s golf clubs, just in case that someone else needs this vital information as well. So let’s get started. By the way, finding golf clubs for both men and women is easy. In this case, we’re talking about for women, so here’s the tutorial for that.

 There are two major differences between men’s and ladies’golf clubs – the length and flexibility of the shaft. Women’s golf clubs tend to be shorter because women’s arms are usually short as well, so manufacturers try to keep the length consistent with player’s arm length. That is pretty logical. Although i must mention that there are plenty of golf club brands who make clubs for women as tall as six feet. My favorite golf club set for tall women is probably the Solaire Gems set, made by Callaway, which costs up to thousand dollars and is considered one of the best club sets around. So if you can find Solaire gems or other set of equivalent quality on sale, don’t hesitate to buy it just because they are made for women.

The second factor is flexibility, or stiffness, however you like to call it. Women’s golf clubs are much more flexible because women are expected to have much slower swing speed, so golf clubs are manufactured and designed specifically to make it easier for women to properly hit the ball. This can also be used as an advantage if you’re not physically fit or haven’t been doing manual labor a lot. You can get perfect experience by using these golf clubs as a beginner, and later on, as your golf game improves, you can get club set which is way more expensive and appropriate for your level of knowledge. But in the beginning, women’s golf clubs are perfect to get started, as long as they fit you and you’re feeling good playing with them.