How to Choose Clone Golf Clubs

By Marc Jenkins

Clone golf clubs are sweeping across the nation and the world of golf for several reasons. One is that they are very effective; another is the price at which one can own them. Clone golf clubs are made with many of the same materials and procedures that many of the big name-brand companies construct some of their finest and most expensive clubs with. The only difficult thing about clone golf clubs is how to choose which ones are right for you and your golf game.

Instructions

Difficulty: Moderately Easy
Step 1
The first thing that must be done before even attempting to select clone golf clubs is to figure out what kind of golfer you are and understand what your tendencies, strong points and weak points are on the golf course. Once you do this, then you will know whether you are either a power player or a finesse player and if you do better in the long game or the short.
Step 2
After figuring out what type of player you are, then you should figure out what it is that you require out of a club. You may need a club that is more forgiving than others or you may need one that is able to hit longer shots to make up for your lack of power.
Step 3
Next you need to do a little research amongst the different clone golf club manufacturers. Three of the top-rated clone golf club manufacturers are Pine Meadow Golf, Diamond Tour Golf and Giga Golf, so it would be wise to explore those options first. Many clone golf club manufacturers make their clubs to the same standards that the big brand-name companies do.
Step 4
Once you narrow down the clone golf club manufacturers to research, then determine what club or clubs they offer that are right for you. This is actually a very easy step because the specifications for all clone clubs are on the manufacturers' websites and you can also experience them firsthand at many sporting goods stores or pro shops. You will know when a club is right for you because it will feel smooth on a practice swing.
Step 5
Finally, once you have tried out several clone golf clubs that you think might match what you need, purchase your favorite based on features you need and the feel when you swing it, then get ready to hit the course and tee off.

About The Author

Marc Jenkins has been writing since 2008. His work has appeared in numerous online publications, and he is also co-host of the Double Play Sports Hour, a sports talk radio show on WBCR 1090AM in New York City. He studied English and mass communications at Virginia State University.

ACTIVITY FEED

John D.  just went PRO!

Patricia G.  just went PRO!

John G. joined GolfLink
Jonathan N. joined GolfLink

Robert J.  just went PRO!

View Activity Feed

Video of the Day
Step Back to Fix Swing Mechanics Watch Video>>

Related Articles

Article Image Callaway Golf Ball Reviews

Since joining the golf ball category, Callaway Golf has establi...

Article Image How to Choose Golf Club Sets

There was a time in the recent past that most golfers would walk into...

Article Image TaylorMade Burner Plus Irons Review

Specs Designed with those having a mid-high handicap (at lea...

Article Image The History of Callaway Big Bertha Golf Clubs

Ely Callaway, founder of Calloway Golf, chose the name Big Bert...

Article Image Types of Golf Shaft Flexes

All golfers are different and all of them have different types ...

View All Related Articles