Best Golf Clubs for Beginners

Mike's advice on selecting new or used golf clubs for a beginner golfer.
Mike is a golf pro in Raleigh NC. Mike is passionate about helping golfers shoot lower scores, stop slicing, stop hooking, hitting the ball pure, and hitting the ball solid. He works with beginner golfers as well as intermediate and experienced golfers. His YouTube channel is designed to help people with easy improvements in their golf swing, enjoy the game with their golf mates, perform well in a golf match, and putt better. You can learn the golf swing basics, increase golf swing speed, get new putting tips, learn golf putting techniques, different putting strokes, putting grip and putting drills. These golf instruction videos are designed to be fun so you can enjoy golf and play better golf.

Mike Sullivan teaches golf to players of all abilities in Raleigh NC. Mike also provides corporate golf lessons all over the United States at PGA Tour Tournaments. –

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3 thoughts on “Best Golf Clubs for Beginners

  1. My first set of clubs as a junior golfer in 1961 included a 2 wood and a brassie with hickory shafts, a niblick, and a mashie. Talk about tough to hit well!

  2. Depending on the type of irons you have, you could even possibly get something 10+ years old (in decent shape) and not be too far behind. There's only so much you can do with a cavity back. I also highly recommend going with more bang for the buck OEM's like Tour Edge, Cleveland, Wilson. Another route you can go is component clubs like maltby or gigagolf. So many options to get decent gear and not spend a ton of money.

  3. I love watching your videos, as a beginner I've learned a lot. Do you mind sharing the website that's in this video of the site for the clubs

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