There are many things that you have to learn when it comes to familiarizing yourself about golf clubs or golf putters or golf drivers or golf wedges and a lot more.
In golf, there are different types of clubs:
- Woods are long-distance clubs.
- Irons are clubs with a solid, all-metal head featuring a flat angled steel face, and a shorter shaft than a wood.
- Wedges are a sub-class of irons with greater loft than the numbered irons. Golf wedges come in a variety of configurations, and are generally grouped into four categories; pitching wedges, sand wedges, gap/approach wedges and lob wedges.
- Hybrids are a cross between a wood and an iron, giving these clubs the wood's long distance and higher launch, with the iron's familiar swing.
- Putters are a special class of clubs with a loft not exceeding ten degrees, designed primarily to roll the ball along the grass.
- Chipper is a club designed to feel like a putter but with a more lofted face,