Which Golf Clubs are the Most Used?

Golfers agree that the putter, wedges, and driver are the most used golf clubs. The putter is the most important club in the bag and is used for around 53% of shots. It's the only club that allows us to roll the ball on the putting green. Golfers can choose between a mallet head or blade style putter, depending on their putt stroke and approach to the game.

The putter will be used on all holes, unless you get the ball out of the hole or go out of bounds. The driver is used to take the first shot on par 4 and par 5 holes. It offers the longest yards with the least effort, but it can be difficult to keep the ball straight. Every golfer can learn to hit a driver well, but it takes time.

The iron 7 is the most popular iron in the bag and many golfers start learning with it. It's a great club for those who want to hit a mid-height and mid-range shot on the green. Amateur golfers can hit their iron 7 150 yards or more. The 7-iron is not difficult to hit and has no problem with any lie, whether it's in the rough, on the street, or even in the sand. The throwing wedge is a versatile golf club used in all areas of the golf course.

It's not for distance but precision, so it's great for getting out of tight spots or behind trees. Players can purchase a throwing wedge that matches their golf irons or one that is more than just a shovel-style wedge. The sand wedge is another important wedge in the bag. Not only does it help players from bunkers, but it also makes it much easier to hit chips and accurate throws on the green. A sand wedge will be around 56 degrees high and it's very easy to make it launch into the air.

It's incredibly important for golfers to have a sand wedge they can rely on. Finally, a hybrid 4 has become one of the most popular long-play tools. With a hybrid 4, you can make shots that would go as long as a 4 iron, but fly considerably further. It takes difficulty and makes it considerably easier for players to hit. Hybrid 4 is like a wizard out of nowhere and can be used as an approach shot for shorter distances to the green.

Marjorie Mitchell
Marjorie Mitchell

Female golf enthusiast. My favourite golfer is John Daly. I love to interact and play in matches and tournaments with other golfers at my local course.