There are many professional golfers that use the Wilson brand of golf clubs. Some of the players who use them include Ricky Barnes and Padraig Harrington.
Yes, pro golfers can use any colour of golf ball as long as it has been approved for tournament play.
The majority of pro golfers simply use long wooden white tees. Some like Kenny Perry use the zero friction tees.
A golfer should use clubs of a length that is comfortable for him or her. Generally, that means that a taller golfer will use longer clubs and a shorter golfer, shorter clubs.
There are different types of golf clubs golfers can use, depending on how they want to play. 2 examples of types of golf clubs are wedges and putters.
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They are a set of clubs designed for junior golfers. They are shorter, lighter and more lofted so easier to use.
I always thought it was because forged irons give the player better control in terms of hooks and fades. Caivty backed clubs are more forgiving for amateurs, but don't allow the golfer to shape the ball in a certain direction as easily as forged irons.
No it doesn't. Most times we golfers find a bag we like that has the pockets, storage areas, etc. and throw our clubs in it. It may be a Titelist bag and have Calloway clubs in it. That goes for the pros also. Usually they use a bag with their sponsor's logo, but they play another sponsor's clubs.
Ricky Barnes uses Wilson FG tour irons. Padraig Harrington uses Wilson Irons as well.
As with any club, it completely depends on the player. There are some old lady golfers who would use an 8 iron for a 75 yard shot, and there are some pro golfers that would use an 8 iron for a 175 yard shot.
Burnard langer on the champions tour.
Ladies golf clubs are designed with lady golfers in mind. They are usually slightly shorter and have softer shaft, designed to help get the airborne. A man could use s set of ladies clubs, the would suit him better if he was not very tall and had a slow swing speed.
The clubs that the majority of PGA Tour players use are the same you can buy in any golf shop. The difference is they may have a custom shaft put in them and the clubs will be bent to their exact specifications. Some players may have custom built clubs such as putters and wedges which would obviously be quite expensive. Some players may also use prototype clubs which are made to try out a new design, and would not be available to the public yet. The tour players wouldn't have to buy the clubs, they would simply be given them.
Kenny Perry is a Taylormade staff player.
In my experience, unless you know exactly what you're doing, most golfers like to buy their own golf clubs. however, there are tons of other options for golfers. I'd check out some of the links I'm attaching for gift ideas. There's everything from golf bag, rags, pins, gloves. It's unlimited.
According to the Nike website Michelle currently (2011) uses the following clubs: SQ Machspeed Blackdriver VR Pro Fairway Woods VR Pro Blades (irons) METHOD Putter VR Pro Wedge VR Pro Hybrids Yes all Nike clubs but she did not always use Nike. In the June issue of SI Michelle is pictured using Titleist clubs. She was 13 and she has won several tournament and now a star on any course she graces. But as for today she swings Nike clubs.
Most serious players do use a glove for better gripping of the clubs which helps to facillitate a better tee off. Although clubs manufactured today already have good grips on them some golfers still prefer the glove--either from habit or because they sweat profusely.
You can be any age at which you can use a standard club. Golfers have started as early as age 6. (Toy clubs and players under 9 or 10 are not allowed on many courses.)
They use the very back tees, the are usually tees not available to the general public in general play. On some courses it would be the blues, others the blacks and others the whites.
No, only some professional golfers use them. They aren't allowed to use them during tournament play, but even so only some of the golfers use them. Most use their caddies on a daily basis to develop a better relationship.
The majority of them would, but quite a lot still use graphite shafts. Graphite shafts help launch the ball higher with their slower swing speeds.