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How to Shop Youth Golf Clubs for Junior Golfers

I wish I had got to play golf when I was younger." For a good reason, that's one of the most prevalent expressions you'll hear from adult golfers. Golf is a demanding sport to learn, and if you don't establish your golf swing and hand-eye coordination at a young age, it will be difficult (but not impossible!) to learn as an adult.

Because young golfers improve so quickly and have so much time to practice, they must have the right equipment in their hands while they learn to master swing patterns. This will help you avoid pain, frustration, and unhealthy behaviors in the future.

It's critical to keep in mind that juvenile golfers are not the same as adult golfers. They have less power, speed, size, and height than adults, who can change swings faster.

As a result, getting juvenile golfers into the correct golf balls for their game is critical to their long-term success. There's no need to feel rushed; we're here to assist you.

Here are things I learned about junior golf equipment from experts. Hopefully, this information will assist your junior golfer in having a long and enjoyable golf experience!

1) Height and acceleration

Because some children grow more quickly than others, determining the fit of their clubs and shafts based on their age might be misleading. When fitting a junior golfer, experts recommend going by height and speed.

"It's largely about height and clubhead speed with kids." "It doesn't mean what gender you are or how old you are," the expert explains. "Some specialized junior sets tend to categorize based on gender and age, but in truth, it's more about height and clubhead speed," says the expert.

But where is the cutoff? He recommends enrolling them in a specific junior set if a golfer is under 5 feet high and hits the ball less than 190-200 yards with their driver. We refer to U.S. Kids Golf clubs, TaylorMade's "Rory" sets, Ping's Prodi-G clubs, Callaway's XJ sets, and other junior-golf-specific brands as "dedicated junior set." It's vital to remember that junior golf club heads differ from adult heads in that they're lighter and smaller, with shorter and more flexible shafts and smaller grip sizes. These structures aid junior golfers in developing a swing that is appropriate for their physique.

2)A junior does not require the use of all 14 clubs.

It's not about stuffing a bag with 14 clubs merely because that's the legal limit until a junior golfer begins taking the game seriously and enters tournaments. It's more about getting the junior the correct clubs in his bag. Do junior golfers, for example, require three wood or long irons in their bag? They may not create enough divergence between minor increments of loft change with longer clubs since they don't generate as much speed as an adult.

A starter set, for example, could consist of only a driver, hybrid, seven iron, pitching wedge, sand wedge, and putter. Of course, you'll want to double-check the lengths, lie angles, shafts, shaft weights, overall club weights, grip sizes, and grip weights of those clubs. Remember that young golfers are more miniature and have slower swing speeds than adults. Therefore they must be fitted appropriately.

According to experts, short game clubs play a more significant role in a junior's growth.

"Is it necessary for a junior golfer to have 14 clubs?" the golfer says, "Absolutely not." "A competing junior golfer in their teenage years would almost certainly require 14 clubs, but choosing the appropriate 14 clubs is crucial. It's critical to ensure that the young golfer uses a scoring club setup that is most favourable to scoring because their short game will grow around that setup. That's probably going to follow them for the remainder of their career."

3)Be wary of clubs that aren't correctly fitted.

Cutting down old clubs or using hand-me-down clubs can save a lot of money. But, as an expert golfer points out, there's a lot on the line. "When it comes to young children, you have to be careful not to offer them clubs that aren't correctly fitted," he explains.

"Not only do they begin to adapt their golf swing around the clubs, but there's also the possibility that their physiology begins to evolve around it as well." So there's no going back once that player's physiology develops around those parameters."

Ill-fit clubs can ruin adults' games, but kids' games are even more vital because of their ability to make immediate but enduring improvements. He illustrates his idea using the example of John Daly. Because he grew up with his father's clubs, too long and heavy for young John, Daly acquired his distinctive long swing.

Not only did his swing take form around the ill-fitting golf clubs, but he also developed exceptional wrist flexibility. Of course, Daly's situation worked out perfectly, but that isn't the case for everyone.

"I would say if the youngster is just learning how to play, well, I get it, you have to be wise with your money," he says if you're in a circumstance where cutting down clubs is the only alternative financially. You don't want to spend a lot of money on fit clubs for your child if you don't believe the game and experience will stick with them and participate for a long time.

If the kid shows any interest in golf and wants to practice it regularly, and you're considering private 1-on-1 instruction for your child, and you're using cut-down golf clubs, you're squandering your money."

However, keep in mind that just chopping down adult shafts and re-gripping the clubs will result in excessively stiff play. Instead, you should speak with a professional club builder and specify that you want light and flexible shafts for your junior club, so they aren't too hefty and rigid.

Remember not to skip forward and offer your kid golfer clubs that are way beyond their skill level, speed, or height. The goal is to help the kid golfer have fun, play their best, and learn good swing delivery patterns that will stick with them for the rest of their lives. Also, as a parent, don't forget to take pleasure in the process.

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