What is the best configuration in a set of golf clubs for a golfer with low swing speeds?
My idea of a golfer with a low swing speed is someone who swings the longest club in their bag below 70 mph. This lack of speed usually causes a shortage in the distance department and a trajectory that is too low. Some of this difficulty can be solved by careful consideration when choosing your next set of clubs. There is no need to carry any iron longer than a 5-iron. Replace the longer irons with fairway woods such as a 7- and 9-wood. Your driver should be a 3-wood with at least 13 degrees of loft. Your shafts should be rather flexible. The irons you will be carrying should have a little extra loft over the norm. By gaining a higher trajectory you can increase your distance and increase the differential in distances between each club. What is a pre-shot routine? A pre-shot routine is a method used by most of the better players in the world to make sure they are consistent in their pre-swing fundamentals. It consists of a routine where the player takes his/her grip, aligns the clubfa