What Are We Looking For In Sets For Beginner Ladies
Quality and durability is the first quality we are going to be looking for in any set. We absolute do not want to recommend a set that is going to deteriorate or have the head fall off the driver within the first month. You can trust that we have first hand experience with every set on the list and have done extensive research into them before included in our top 10 club sets and the truth is that there may be only a handful of club sets that are of the same quality that haven’t been included here.
Forgiveness And Accuracy
Our first job is to hit the ball straight and that means large sweet spots, over sized club heads and game improvement irons.
Distance and control around the greens are not going to become as important to you until you start to make a genuine effort to improve your scores and your handicaps.
As you are new, you are more likely to be making contact with a different spot on the club head more often and all of the clubs on our list are designed to keep the ball in play as often as possible.
Obviously, the more expensive club sets will offer more in the way of distance and control as well as forgiveness.
Lighter clubs are more suited to slower swing speeds and this is an important criteria to keep in mind. We don’t want to be swinging heavy and stiff clubs that are built for swings over 100 mph if we have a swing speed of 80 mph.
The clubs on the list are designed to generate speed to compress the golf ball easily and get the optimal distance.
Graphite Shafts With Ladies Flex
As mention we want clubs that light weight, flexible and designed to compress the ball for lower swing speeds and with this is mind, we have included clubs with the desired shafts and weights for accuracy and distance.
We don’t want to be lugging a horrible looking set around the course and although it might not be our first preference, the look and feel of the clubs, the bag and the headcovers can allow us to look the part while we also play the best golf that we are capable of.
Which Set is the Best?
We’ve covered a lot of ground and discussed the benefits and downfalls of a lot of golf clubs in this review but which one do we actually think is the best? That’s a tough question to answer because it will depend on what the assessor values the most.
But we tend to lean towards beginner golf club sets that are:
- Reasonably priced
- Feature beginner-friendly designs
- And ones that could potentially turn into the go-to set for beginners as they improve
For Total Beginners
And to those ends we would have to say that the Wilson Golf Profile SGI Women’s set is overall the best. We like the fact that they put a lot of effort into the quality of the putter and the shorter irons because it shows that they are not just concerned about making clubs for beginners; but also with helping beginners not be beginners anymore.
It’s an affordable set that even newbies can pick up and start playing some serious golf with. And while all of the other sets we talked about in this article had at least one feature that we really liked, the Wilson Golf Profile SGI set was the most well-rounded overall.
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As you improve, your needs from a set of golf clubs will change slightly as you want more distance, spin and control and less sacrifice for forgiveness.
For some ladies if you are an improver or want a set that wont need to replaced as you get better, we recommend the Cobra Superlight or The Taylormade Kalea. Both are made for beginners but are also suitable for better player and overall we would give the Cobras the nod for intermediates and those with more budget.
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Still, you can’t go wrong with any of the sets we covered in this article (which is why we chose them in the first place). So to all the new women golfers out there: stick with the game and it will reward your efforts. And go out and try the Wilson Golf Profile SGI set or any of the sets on our list!
Hi, I am Matthew, a mid handicap golfer who likes to play as much as possible. I love trying out new gear and this blog is where you can find all the gear I have tested over the years!