You should in theory practice with all your clubs or at least a good selection. Tour players always start by hitting a few wedges and then work their way up through the set in gaps i.e wedge, 8, 6, 4, hybrid, 3 wood and then driver. If you are just beginning Golf, a good club to start with is a 7 iron, it is easy to hit so is generally a great confidence builder.
A good thing to do if you are trying to improve your game is go to the range and only hit clubs you struggle with, then you are forced to hit them and you can usually spot your flaws and build confidence. Most people think hours of pounding a driver all of the place is great fun, but 30 minutes hitting wedge shots is more rewarding.
You can putt with any club in your bag. There is no rule that you must putt with a putter; using one just makes it easier to not miss. Pro's have even pitched off greens!
This website talks about golf club sets as well as about children learning to play. http://www.junior-golf-guide.com/children-golf-club-sets.html
Check any sporting good store such as "Sports Authority" or "Big 5." Also any golf shop will most likely carry them, it also depends on where you are located.
Yes. Moreover, its the oldest golf club at its original course. 9 holes are evident from a course map dated 1886. Golf 1st was played their 5 years sooner just not on a "course". This answer is incorrect with respect to the oldest existing golf club with continuous golf at the same location. The Edgewood Club of Tivoli in Tivoli NY was founded in 1884 and has had golf continuously since then.
It is hard to say. You will need to ask at your club for the most relevant answer to you. Nothing could come of it, or you could get a warning or even a suspension from club competitions. Just check the rules of your golf club to be sure.
Not really suppose to.
well it is just the rules because you dont want your golf club trashed its just basic commen sence if dats howz u spell it lol!
One can purchase cheap golf equipment at Club House Golf, Just Shop Ok, The Sand Trap, The Pro Shop, Overstock, Golf About, Rock Bottom Golf, Budget Golf, Golf Smith, Global Golf and many others.
The longest club (the driver) can be 4 meters and the shortest (the putter) would be just under 3 meters. Golf clubs are usually measured in inches, they range from 48" to 33".
Founders Club golf clubs are not the best quality but they are just fine if you are just beginning or short of cash or not good enough at the moment to really notice the difference in club quality. Even the cheapest golf clubs now are so much better than any club 30 years ago. Put it this way..a scratch golfer with Founders Club gear would thrash me even if i was using the most expensive equipment :)
Golf club memberships tend to be fairly costly, with signup fees ranging from $1,000 to $100,000, and annual membership dues of anywhere from $1,000 to $10,000; the more exclusive the golf course, the higher the signup & membership fees will be. One of the golf courses known for sweeping, panoramic views is the Raven Golf Club at Verrado, just outside Phoenix, Arizona. Raven Golf Club is a public course, so membership isn't required, and you can expect to pay between $90 and $120 dollars for 18 holes.
No golf isn't popular in all places but lots of people do play. It is a very challenging sport. And if you are just starting i would suggest lots of practice!!!