Mini Golf Gear Reviews
It is important that all golfers, no matter their ability, find the equipment that suits their style and preferences. The most valuable of these pieces of equipment has to be the golf club. There are so many brands and styles of golf clubs out there that it can be hard to find the best fit. The following golf gear reviews are designed to offer an introduction.
Ping G Crossover
The Ping G-Crossover is one of those high-ranking golf clubs that scores well with real users and professional testers. Neither have much to such in the critique of this model, apart from the fact that it could be a little cheaper at $230. There is the sense that this crossover model is a nice transitional club for players that want to work on their form. This club, with its Ping 5L or 5L Cord grip and 58.51( – 60.38) lie is designed for a small to mid handicap range. Experts believe that it will help users add more distance to their game and improve swing speed.
This club, with its Ping 5L or 5L Cord grip and 58.51( – 60.38) lie is designed for a small to mid handicap range. Experts believe that it will help users add more distance to their game and improve swing speed.
This club, with its Ping 5L or 5L Cord grip and 58.51′ – 60.38′ lie is designed for a small to mid handicap range. Experts believe that it will help users add more distance to their game and improve swing speed.
This potential for improved performance is a key selling point to this model. The other important benefit is the sense of quality in the feel of the club. It may not be built for professionals, but there is still a nice feel in the hand. It feels good, swings well and even sounds good on those perfect strikes. This may sound like the ideal model, but there are other options with different pros and cons.
Cobra King F6 Hybrid
Players looking for something with a little more value for money might want to turn to the Cobra King f6 hybrid. This club has a pretty good spec and strong performance where it counts, but it can also be found with a price tag below $200.
There are always pros and cons when going for a “value” model. There is the pride in knowing that you saved money on a model with some great features. However, there are limitations in the performance.
Users have praised this men’s club for its looks. It has a nice glossy and textured finish, KING F6 Hybrid/Matrix Red Tie HQ4 shaft and Cobra Lamkin Rel 360 grip. The performance is fair.
Players can get a good clean shot and reasonable distance, but they shouldn’t expect too much height on the ball. This club provides a pretty low spin on impact. It may not be the most versatile of golf clubs, but it is a decent starting point.
Titlist 915F Fairway Wood
If versatility is more important than simplicity and you don’t mind paying extra, the Titlist 915F fairway wood is worth a look. This final model in our gear reviews is immediately interesting because it comes in both men’s and women’s models for left or right handed users.
It measures 42-43 inches in length for men, 41-12 for women. It also boasts an Aldila Rogue Black 80 & Mitsubishi Diamana shaft and Titleist Tour Velvet 360 grip.
The biggest problem with this model is the price tag. For $299, you need to be sure that this is the right model for you and you need to be committed to the game. There are some areas where this club doesn’t quite pull its weight. Some users have struggled on downhill lies and tougher angles and it is not the most forgiving of golf clubs. However, it ticks the right boxes when it comes to distance, accuracy, dispersion and spin.