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Do You NEED A FULL Set Of Golf Clubs?

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Do you need a full set of golf clubs to play golf? In this video we look at what it’s like playing golf with a half set. Will you have enough to play and could it help you improve your golf? When working on your golf swing or taking golf lessons you only generally use a handful of clubs, so will playing with less make it easier?

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5 thoughts on “Do You NEED A FULL Set Of Golf Clubs?

  1. I have that same sketchers shoes. Didnt know it looks so bright blue at finish.
    Like them very much. Not expensive, comfortable like how sketchers are always like, and decent traction.

  2. I was carrying 11 clubs but have recently left my driver at home. Consulting the app I use, the clubs I use the most D, 3h, 5i, 7i, PW. Since I’ve left the driver at home and only use my 3w it’s gaining in usage. Long holes I just hit the 3w twice (usually 410 yds total) then pitch and run. Yes, I could get away with 6 clubs (including putter)

  3. The number of clubs was initially implemented by the PGA asking the USGA to restrict the number of clubs especially after one player turned up at a comp in 1935 with 35 clubs! The rule was announced in 1936 and implemented in 1938, though nobody seems to know why 14 was chosen though sets commonly had 4 woods, 9 irons and a putter!
    When I started playing a half set was common especially for a beginner but it was usually driver &3 wood, 3,5,7,9 irons and putter! Still go and play with a half set from time to time just to practice shot making!

  4. I like your selection with beginner half set Matt. One exception. I would change the 5 iron for a hybrid. Do you think a 5 iron may be I bit tricky for a beginner? Say a 4 hybrid be more forgiving?
    Especially off the tee of a knee knock tight hole.

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