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Golf Club Reviews – How to Select a Good Golf Club to Join or Play At

How to find the right golf club

When you are shopping for a golf club to join or play at then you need to research a variety of clubs before you narrow your search down to a single one. Your first step should be to create a list of potential clubs in your area that you are thinking about joining. A good way to find clubs to check out is to look for a best golf clubs lists. After you have created your list you will want to go through it and find golf club ratings and reviews for each of your potential clubs.

As you review your golf club options look for clubs that are known for their quality facilities, that have good management systems in place, that they have a friendly and knowledgeable staff, that they encourage member participation in club meetings and decision making, and that they offer quality amenities. If a golf club on your list doesn’t offer all of these things, move on to your next option.
The Platinum Club of America, an organization that produces lists of top 10 sports clubs in the nation based on a list of criteria, has created several top 10 lists for golf clubs. These lists can be used to find a good club in your area. For example, if you are looking for a good golf club to join then the Platinum Club of America recommends these clubs: the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, the Pine Valley Golf Club in Pine Valley, New Jersey, the Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, New York, Cypress Point in Pebble Beach, and the Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, New Jersey.

What Equipment to Use

After you have selected a golf club to join, you will then need to know what equipment to use. If you are looking for quality drivers, fairway woods, or golf club hybrids at a bargain price then you may want to consider purchasing golf club clones. These non-brand name golf clubs use the same golf club component suppliers as the top brand name golf manufacturers do, and they produce a product that performs as well or better then the brand names do, according to several consumer reviews.

owever, make sure that you buy a golf club clone from a legal vendor, and not an illegal golf club cloner. If you prefer to stick with brand name clubs make sure that they are quality clubs that are balanced and that contain the components that work best for you.

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