Golf clubs for experts – guide

There are a lot of guides online teaching beginner golfers how to buy golf clubs for themselves, but i couldn’t find any guides for experienced golfers. People might think that golf players with tenure of at least few years should be able to choose golf clubs themselves, but in reality, everyone likes to hear some advice, even if they are experts themselves. Plus i know plenty of experienced golfers who are confused about getting new set of clubs, so i decided to write this post. This could be a way for them to check out what other people like myself think about getting golf clubs as an experienced golfer. I think that hearing different perspectives is the key to making good decisions, not only in buying golf clubs, but in every other aspect of life.

The first advice i should give on choosing golf clubs as a pro golfer is this : don’t get game improvement clubs. These clubs are designed with beginner golfers in mind, those who have no experience at all. Experienced golfers obviously don’t need some cheap design tricks to improve their game, they already know what they’re doing. I am going to give specific names of golf irons that i think are great for experienced golfers later, but now, i’m going to give you generalized advice. As a rule of thumb, i think the best way to find golf clubs that will help you maximize your results on the course, is to look at what other professionals are using. I believe these professional golfers have team of experts who decide which golf clubs they are going to use on their way to ultimate success. That’s why i think looking at their golf clubs can be a nice shortcut to success. On the other hand, this approach has certain flaws, for example, no two golf players have exactly the same kind of swinging style. So even though you can guess which clubs are going to be the best for your performance, you can never be exactly sure until you play with them. So ultimately, experimenting with many different clubs seems to be the key.

Seniors are usually  very skilled golfers, so the clubs i’ve mentioned should be a good match for them. If description of these clubs don’t match your expectations, more specific guidelines for choosing irons (and other clubs) as a senior can be found here.

The best golf clubs for experienced golfers are going to be, without a doubt, more expensive than your average golf club set. So you should be mentally prepared for that. With that being said, let’s move on to discussion of actual golf clubs that i think are best for experienced golfers.

I think irons are the trickiest to choose, so i will recommend irons only. If you’re the type of golfer who likes blade-style irons, then i have great one for you. I’ve played with this iron set myself and can attest to its brilliance. MP-5 irons, which are made by Mizuno, are absolutely stunning on the golf course. They are made for low handicappers but at the same time, they are forgiving of off-center hits, which are so common among beginner as well as expert golfers. I’ve mentioned that you should expect pro irons to be expensive, but compared to other clubs on the market, this set is actually great bargain. For all these reasons, i think MP-5 irons are great for every expert golfer looking for new set of clubs.