How to Find a Set of Junior Golf Clubs

By Julie Boelhlke

If the little person in your life is taking an interest in the game of golf; maybe it is time to purchase her first set of junior golf clubs. There are several varieties of high quality irons, drivers and putters that will fit the active lifestyle and golf level of any young golfer.
 

Finding the Right Club

Measure the height of the junior player from the top of the head to the feet. Refer to the measuring guide on uskidsgolf.com . This will give you an approximate figure before you attempt to shop for junior golf clubs. Take note of this measurement.
 
Locate a golf club distributor in your area and call the store to ask if they carry golf clubs for the height of your junior player. If they do, visit the store and take your junior golfer with you. Ask about any specials, rebates and promotions on certain brands of clubs. Be aware that many manufacturers offer a program where you can buy a junior set and turn it in for full or partial retail value when the player moves up to the next junior size.
 
Browse golf clubs in an initial price range at the store, most beginners clubs start off at $25.00 to $200.00 for junior drivers or anywhere from $75.00 to $500.00 for an entire set of junior golf clubs. Choose a set of clubs for your junior player and then have him or her fitted for the right clubs. A complete set including everything the junior golfer needs to get started with such as a putter, drivers and wedges is essential in setting a firm foundation for the junior golfer to succeed with golf.

Tips

By purchasing golf set packages for your junior golfer, they will have everything they need from the putter, irons and the drivers. Make sure that a golf bag is part of the package or buy one that will fit the clubs. Take into consideration the strength of the junior golfer. Some clubs are lighter weight than others; for those who still need to build endurance in their swing. While you can certainly purchase the clubs online, make sure your golfer has been fitted to the clubs at a local outlet. You want to be sure that the clubs are the right size and stiffness for the player.
 

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