Whether you’re in the market for a new set of golf clubs or you are just looking to upgrade your driver, fairway wood, iron, wedge, or putter, you might want to look into some of the best known and most respected golf club brands before you start your shopping trip. From household names to slightly more specialized brands, it never hurts to have the best golf clubs in your bag. Packed with innovative technology to improve distance and control, whether you’re a beginner or an old hand, improve both your game and your cachet on the course by picking up a few clubs from the best and most prestigious golf brands.
Perhaps the best-known name in golf balls, Titleist also offers a quality line of clubs for the serious golf player. Performance-centric 910 drivers, fairways, and hybrids have SureFit assembly for totally adjustable loft and lie, giving every golfer the ability to have a professional level club tailor made for them. Irons include high-tech AP1 and AP2 options as well as the more traditional CB and MB irons. Shaft, weight, and length options also abound in the Scotty Cameron putters and the spin milled Vokey wedges designed by master craftsman Bob Vokey. All clubs are available with either steel or graphite shafts, depending on your needs.
Ever since Gary Adams, the son of a golf pro, founded the company over 30 years ago, clubs from TaylorMade have been changing the game for the better. Check out their fully adjustable R11 line of drivers and fairways to achieve your personal best on the golf course, as well as their Ghost series of putter with an easy-to-see, glare-free white finish and adjustable weight.
The brand of choice for Tiger Woods, Nike Golf has several lines to suit your playing personality. The VR Pro drivers, fairways, irons, and wedges are simply dripping with innovative technology and adjustable features to offer you professional levels of control, while the SQ MachSpeed drivers, fairways, irons, and wedges make getting more distance a breeze.
Most celebrated for their innovative and high tech irons, Mizuno has an option that will improve every part of your game. JPX 800 and Fli-Hi irons can boost your loft, distance, or control, while the MP irons focus on control and improved feel. A favorite amongst professional players, woods and wedges are also available.
If you’re looking for a wedge, you need to have a look at Cleveland Golf. A favorite of the editors at Golf Digest, Cleveland Golf’s CG15s and CG16s are all over their hot list for 2010 and 2011. Don’t discount their drivers or their hybrids, though, which are also award winners. For those with a slower swing, the CG Black collection is designed specifically to increase distance.
Since the introduction of their iconic Big Bertha drivers, Callaway Golf has been one of the leaders in club sales in the country. A favorite of pros and golf editors alike, Callaway consistently makes a significant showing on Golf Digest’s annual hot list. In addition to their drivers, irons, wedges, fairways, and hybrids, Callaway also has the leading putters in the Odyssey collection.