In this video, Neil Tappin looks inside the golf bag at the different lofts of clubs that players carry. When you are hitting a 7-iron, what does that mean in terms of loft? Well, there is a lot of variation here but Neil tries to simplify things and offer a simple guide as to what lofts the different clubs in the golf bag are…

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11 thoughts on “GOLF CLUB LOFTS… EXPLAINED!!

  1. I use a 50 degree as my pitching wedge. I actually took my PW out of the bag because I felt like it wasn’t stopping on the green like it should. Once I moved to the 50 I was actually getting my ball to stop. The point is from 4-9 you want 10-15 yard differences. But to me wedges are all about feel and to make your game better.

  2. Gapping so much more important than loft. I game the Pinhawk SL and these are true traditional lofted. Increments of 5 and from 7 to 8 with 4 degrees. From i4 to LW 20 25 30 35 39 43 47 51 55 59 and I love this as it is also single length. ?????

  3. Didnt get a 4 iron with my G425 set and dont really miss it. Far too hard to hit, especially for an average golfer off the fairway. Got 22 and 26 degree Ping hybrids which are great.

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