How Will Clone Golf Clubs Help Your Golf Game?

By Marc Jenkins

Clone golf clubs have recently become very popular with many players. There are several reasons why clone golf clubs have seen such a surge in the amount of golfers who choose to use them. One of the main reasons is that incorporating clone clubs into your golf game will greatly improve it in a few ways.

Easier to Hit

One way how clone golf clubs will help your golf game is the fact that many of them are much easier to hit than name-brand clubs. Some name-brand clubs are more difficult to hit well consistently, which results in players posting higher scores. Since many of the top name-brand clubs are constructed for players at a mid or low handicap level (average to above average golfers), those who play at a high handicap (beginner or below average player) will usually have a difficult time using them. Many clone clubs are made for high or mid handicappers, which benefits average and below average golfers.

Lower Price Equals More Clubs

Clone clubs are 50 percent to 75 percent less expensive than brand-name clubs. The lower the price, the more club you can buy. Instead of paying $300 for a PING G10 titanium driver, you can purchase a Pine Meadow Golf ZR1 titanium driver for $100. They are both made with the same materials and with similar design theory and style. With the $200 you saved, you could spend another $100 and buy another clone club or two and still have $100 left. The more quality clubs that you have in your arsenal, the better chance you give yourself to improve your game.

Peace of Mind

Golf is a game that is extremely mental, and a golfer needs peace of mind to fully succeed. Clone clubs offer this mental tranquility to golfers because not only do they know that they have a quality club, but they also know it is easy to use and didn't bust their budget. With this peace of mind, you won't be thinking of anything but sinking every shot effortlessly.

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.

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