How to choose golf clubs for beginners?

Golf is hard, especially when you’re starting out. You may well have seen the pros on the TV seemingly control that little white ball on a piece of string. But it’s not easy to get the ball airborne and hit it 300 meters-plus straight down the middle of the fairway, not at first anyway.

You’re allowed to use a maximum of 14 clubs on the golf course, but if you’re a beginner, it’s not essential to get all the gear at the start of your golfing journey. There’s no harm in getting a half set, which tend to be comprised of four or five irons, a wood and a putter.

And that’s why beginner sets offer plenty of forgiveness; they’re manufactured in a way that means even when you don’t strike the ball perfectly, you can still get the ball up in the air and shift it a good distance.

This is important, because the more shots you get airborne, and the more shots you strike well, the greater your enjoyment levels will be.

TaylorMade RBZ Speedlite Set

This is a premium package set and the quality of the equipment matches the price tag.

The clubs all have clean, premium aesthetics and wouldn’t look out of place in the bag of a mid-handicapper.

The irons feature toplines that are thick enough to inspire confidence at address without being too clunky and uninviting. The grey finish on the crown of the metalwoods combines with a small flash of green – they look superb.

At the other end of the bag, the sand wedge and putter are slightly more compact, with a refined, premium look.

TaylorMade RBZ Speedlite set for Women

Designed specifically for women, each club in this RBZ Speedlite range is engineered to be lightweight, easy to launch and offer impressive distance and forgiveness.
The 9-piece set comes with a driver, 5-wood, 5 hybrid, 7-iron through to a SW, and a putter.

The loft, length and weight of each club is set to make them as easy to hit and playable as possible.

MacGregor DCT3000 set for Men

MacGregor’s ‘ultimate full set for beginners’ and improving golfers’ is comprised of a titanium driver, a stainless steel fairway wood, two hybrids, stainless steel irons (5-SW) and a putter.

The 10.5° driver features a high MOI design for increased stability at impact and an expanding sweetspot for greater forgiveness on off-centre hits, which is something game improvers will really benefit from.

The fairway and hybrids, which incorporate a shallow face with high MOI design, are also easy to use, and make the task of launching the ball nice and high a lot simpler. Meanwhile, the irons feature an on oversized head design – which, again, makes them extremely forgiving.

With a durable bag and four matching headcovers, you’re getting a lot of bang for your buck with this package set.

MacGregor DCT2000 Set for Women

The MacGregor DCT2000 set is a good option for those women who are just starting out in the game or beginning to improve.

The striking black/aqua cart bag includes a 460cc titanium driver, designed with a 13° loft and a high MOI for better stability at impact and greater forgiveness on off-centre hits, and the driver is complimented by a fairway wood and two hybrids.

Irons from 7-SW have an over-sized head design and perimeter weighting to encourage faster ball speeds for increased distance, whilst the putter has an easy alignment aid to help women hole more putts.

If you are having hard time between choosing a suitable set for yourself, then feel free to send us a mail ( or call (+372 56651112).