How to choose golf clubs?
by：Luteng CNC Parts 2020-08-08
you can visit www hygolf cn com , there will be one model fit for you. No matter you are new golfer or expert, man or woman. First step: Grip: this is the first important to choose a golf clubs. If it is too thick, then it will limit you swing the clubs, if it is too thin, your hand can swing widely. so you need choose a appropriate grip. Second step: shaft: you need consider your height, weight. if you are tall, you need choose the longer shaft and stiff flex shaft. otherwise, you need choose standard regular flex shaft. Third step: clubs angle degree: it decide the flight path. the more close you stand by the ball,the little degree you need use. otherwise, you need bigger degree. Fourth step: Golf clubs head. There have standard, middle, and bigger model. If you are new golfer, you need use bigger head clubs. cause the tolerability is larger. Fifth step: Golf irons: The woods with bigger head and steel shaft is more popular with the new golfer. cause it is easy to control the clubs when you swing. If you are expert, you can choose the clubs fit for you,such as forged irons. The R11 is similar to the various versions of the R9, with the pear-shaped head, deep face, and overall great looks. Like the R9, R9 SuperDeep Tp, etc.. the R11 features MWT (Movable Weight Technology) which allows you to adjust the club's CG to promote different ball flights, be it a draw, fade, or neutral. The provided weights on the R11 can result in up to 20 yards of side-to-side trajectory change. It also features FCT (Flight Control Technology), which allows you to adjust the loft of the club, increasing or decreasing the launch angle of your shots. FCT is great in distance control, as it allows you to hit lower, more penetrating shots by decreasing the loft by 1 degree and reducing spin rate up to 500 rpm. Likewise, increasing the loft by 1 degree produces higher arcing shots with more spin. TaylorMade R11 Driver toe However, there are some serious design differences aside from the white finish. Notice the 'ASP' on the toe if the R11 Driver? It stands for 'Adjustable Sole Plate' (Look at the big red triangle in the first picture). This allows you to adjust the face angle of the club, promoting straighter shots by compensating for flaws in your swing. This Adjustable Sole Plate opens or closes the face 2 degrees, promoting the look you want at address, and the ball flight that results from a solid impact. We can't wait to see how the TaylorMade R11 performs next year on Tour, and look forward to seeing all the big brands pushing the envelope of design and technology in their golf clubs. Our wish is the same as most golfers: to hit it longer and straighter, and shave strokes off our game, all while having more and more fun. The TaylorMade R11 might be the thing to do it!