You could try Driver, 3 wood, 5 wood, 3- pitching wedge, sand wedge and lob wedge. Although you could have a hybrid or a gap wedge as well. Remember you are only allowed 14 clubs.
Distance depends on numerous factors but rest assured there are no "general distances", even on tour every player hits each club a different distance Tiger can hit his sand wedge 127 and AK 112 (Source :Tee it up with Tiger and AK). Therefore hit the range and dial it in. A simpler but not fool proof method is the following: You will pretty much have a 10-15 yrd distance gap between clubs,so take your pitching wedge and add 10-15 yrd and that is your 9 iron another 10-15 yrds and that's your 8iron and so on.
A wedge is a general term for any number of high-lofted clubs. They are used mostly inside 100 yards and vary in degree of loft and bounce.
They start at a 3 iron and go to a wedge, as a general rule, as you go down the set 3 iron to wedge the clubs get shorter and have more loft.
A pitching wedge is a golf clubs with about 46-48 degrees loft.
Usually in a complete men's set of golf clubs comes a driver, 3 wood, 5 wood (or hybrids), 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,9, irons, a putter and a pitching wedge and a sand wedge. Also some pro golfers add more wedges to their bag like a lob wedge.
Driver, Putter, Iron, and Wedge are the 4 most important golf clubs.
It depends what clubs you are comfortable with, and what length of course you are playing on. If it is a long course, driver, 5 iron, wedge and putter. If it is a mid range course, 3 wood, 6 iron, wedge and putter. And if it is a short course, hybrid, 7 iron, wedge and putter.
Taylormade offers four options for wedges in their iron sets, listed below from longest distance to shortest:PW - pitching wedge, 44oAW - approach or "attack" wedge, 49oSW - sand wedge, 54oLW - lob wedge, 59o
I am 15 years old and pretty athletic. I hit my Pitching Wedge around 100 yards with a full swing.
Driver 3 Wood 5 Wood 3-9 iron Pitching wedge Sand wedge Putter But could also use hybrids, 2 iron, gap wedge, lob wedge etc, 14 clubs is the maximum.
A Driver Woods 3 and 5 Irons 3,4,5,6,7,8,9 Wedges Sand and Pitching and a putter. And either, gap wedge, lob wedge or hybrid. Any combination of these clubs not exceeding 14 clubs.
Golf professionals use clubs from a variety of manufacturers and are each tailored to each individual to suit their specific individual body type and swing. There is an awful lot to be gained by having a correctly fitted set of clubs, something all pros but not all amateur golfers take advantage of. Most Pros will then select 13 clubs from a pool for possibly 18 clubs (Golfers may only carry 14 clubs, and virtually all serious players will carry a putter!) specifically for the course they are playing on that particular day. They select the clubs that will provide the best combination of clubs taking into consideration trajectory, carry, overall distance, spin rate, feel at impact, course setup and hazards, but it's essentially the clubs they think that will enable them to shoot the lowest score possible for that round! List of clubs modern pros (incl. women) typically use; Driver (1W) 2-Wood 3-Wood 4-Wood 5-Wood 7-Wood 2- Hybrid 3-Hybrid 4-Hybrid 5-Hybrid 2-iron 3-iron 4-iron 5-iron 6-iron 7-iron 8-iron 9-iron Pitching Wedge Attack Wedge Gap Wedge Sand Wedge Lob Wedge High Lob Wedge Putter Not all clubface lofts are universal between clubs marked the same. The lofts vary between individual clubs and manufacturers. ie - XYZ PW has 46 degrees of loft whilst ABC PW has 48 degrees.
Well, you can bring any clubs you want, but if you are restricted to 2 then a wedge (either pitching/sand or lob) and a putter.
For definite I would suggest a 5,6,7,8 and 9 iron. These have a good bit of loft and are easy to hit. You can also have a 2,3 and 4 iron but some players favour hybrids as they are designed to be very forgiving, and are easy to hit. Wedges are similar to irons so you can have a pitching wedge, a sand wedge, gap wedge and lob wedge. But do not exceed 14 clubs.
Attack or Approach wedge. Usually 50-52 degrees.
You would find a beginners set would contain, a driver, 3 wood, 5 wood, 3 iron - Pitching wedge (8 clubs), a sand wedge and a putter. So 13. But some of the newer ones include a hybrid club as well, or instead of a 5 wood or 3 iron.
This simply means that the following clubs (irons) are included in the set: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Pitching Wedge, Approach Wedge, Sand Wedge.
The standard wedge has a 46° loft. The "Grass-N-Sand" variant has a 50° loft.
Also called a Sand Wedge ... usually has a higher loft than what can be achieved with the "9" iron. Pro Golfers can have these custom made to their preferred angle of trajectory.
It stands for Lob Wedge. Lob wedges are the highest lofted clubs and usually range from 60 to 64 degrees (68 degrees in some cases).
A wedge tornado is a tornado that is very large, usually one that is wider than the distance between the clouds and the ground.