Monday, January 14, 2013

Golf Club Comparison Tool

Choice is usually a good thing. But as most golfers can attest, the extreme number of equipment options that saturate today’s market can be difficult, if not impossible, to navigate. Whether you’re a +3 handicap who generates monster swing speeds or a weekend warrior just trying to break 100, there are clubs out there perfectly tailored to fit your game. But the question is: can you find them?

Fortunately, there are now several comparison tools online that make it much easier for the average golfer to find the equipment that best fits their game. FindTheBest now offers useful tools that compare a wide range of drivers, as well as the top putters on the market. Each of these unique comparisons lets you to filter listings based on a variety of key metrics, so that you can more easily find the best choice for you.



For the purposes of this post, we will focus on the driver comparison, because there are more data points to consider (and because everyone wants to hit a more consistent long ball). Here are a few ways that this tool can help narrow your search when you are in the market for a new driver:

  • Finding the Appropriate Shaft Flex: The appropriate flex for your driver is determined by the swing speed that you generate. Golfers with low swing speeds will want a high flex to generate more power, while golfers with high swing speeds will want the consistency provided by a lower flex. The driver comparison lets users filter based on 4 flex options: ladies, regular, stiff, and extra stiff. 
  • Finding the Appropriate Club Head Loft: Loft may be the most important metric to consider when looking for a driver. Typically, experienced golfers want a lower loft so that they can maximize distance. Beginning golfers typically need more loft to help them get the ball in the air and on the fairway. This tool offers a range of loft options, so that you can focus on drivers with a loft that is appropriate for you. 
  • Finding a Price to Fit Your Budget: Drivers are expensive purchases, with the priciest models costing in excess of $500. While these high-end sticks can deliver impressive distances off the tee, it still requires significant skill to get the most out of them. For this reason, beginning golfers will probably get better value out of a more moderately priced driver. Filter driver listings using the price slider to compare clubs that won’t burn a hole in your wallet. 

1 comment:

  1. Tournaments are good. This could make kids inspire more to be good in golf. keep it up.

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