The Best Women's Golf Clubs

By Steve Silverman

One of the first things golfers want to do after they have played two or three rounds with borrowed clubs is to go out and get their own brand new set. This is not necessarily a good idea. The best thing to do for a new golfer is to cobble together a set of clubs from friends, family and the best of garage sales. After playing a season with these clubs, if you still enjoy the game, then you should go out an purchase a new set that can last 10 years.

Adams Lady A3 set

The Adams Lady A3 set has woods, hybrids and top quality wedges. This is a high-quality set of clubs that is very forgiving. You don't have to hit the ball perfectly in order to get it in the fairway and to the green.

Callaway Lady Gems

Callaway builds some of the most technologically advanced clubs, and the Lady Gems were developed after getting years of advice from women golfers and professionals. The clubs are strategically weighted to get greater lift and greater distance.

Lynx Lady Regalia

This is a dynamic set of clubs that include a graphite driver with an extra large face. The irons have a hollow-body construction, and the set has two hybrid clubs to replace the long irons. It also comes with a cart bag that has matching colors.

About The Author

Steve Silverman is an award-winning writer, covering sports since 1980. Silverman authored The Minnesota Vikings: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly and Who's Better, Who's Best in Football -- The Top 60 Players of All-Time, among others, and placed in the Pro Football Writers of America awards three times. Silverman holds a Master of Science in journalism from the Medill School of Journalism.


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