Review of GigaGolf Clubs

By S. Courtney


GigaGolf offers the latest in club technology while also allowing the player to "build" clubs according to his playing style and preferences. Drivers come in oversize standard and square head, and several feature titanium faces and moveable weight profiles. Built-in draw or fade bias is available. UST graphite shafts and Sensatec premium grips come standard. Several types of irons are available, including forged cavity, deep cavity and titanium insert. Irons are designed for maximum forgiveness, and are available with multiple shaft and grip options. In addition, GigaGolf offers a variety of clubs which are very similar to other leading clubs on the market but at a fraction of the cost. 


Clubs are very high-tech and visually appealing, but the most attractive feature of GigaGolf is the customizable features of every club. The online shop allows you to choose a basic design, then customize shaft construction, and flexibility, length, grip style and other accessories. 



Some irons have very sharp and defined grooves, which can tear up ball covers over time and also create substantial spin. It is also difficult to purchase any club from GigaGolf if you are a beginner or intermediate player as you must know precisely what you want in every aspect of the club.


Bottom Line

The affordability, quality construction and highly customizable features make these a great choice for any established or veteran golfer looking to purchase and create a very personalized set of clubs to best complement his natural game.


About The Author

S. Courtney is a writer/editor with experience in a variety of fields, notably sports, travel, tech, health, fitness, and general entertainment. Courtney holds a bachelor's degree in science, sport and business management and marketing from Kennesaw State University.


Joe L. joined GolfLink
Charles F. joined GolfLink
Jeffrey B. joined GolfLink
Gary R. joined GolfLink

Norm H.  Scored 98 at  Ravines Saugatuck, Michigan

View Activity Feed

Video of the Day
Lob Shots: Relaxed Arms and Hands 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