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Buying used golf clubs instead of new golf clubs is a great option for most people. Used golf clubs make golfing affordable for golfers, no matter their skill or frequency of playing. More »

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There are a plethora of locations both online and in-store where golfers can buy used clubs, including GlobalGolf.com and 2ndSwing.com, websites that provide a secondary market for used golf clubs. Callaway Golf also run... More »

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The four different types of golf club wedges are the pitching, gap, sand and lob wedge. The wedges differ in how much loft they produce, making them all ideal for different scenarios. More »

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Some important golf rules are the ball being played must always be identifiable, only 14 clubs in a bag are permitted and balls hit in out-of-bounds areas come with a one-stroke penalty. Also, the ball must be played as ... More »

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There are a plethora of locations both online and in-store where golfers can buy used clubs, including GlobalGolf.com and 2ndSwing.com, websites that provide a secondary market for used golf clubs. Callaway Golf also run... More »

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A single player may carry up to 14 clubs during tournament play, according to the U.S. Golf Association. Players working as partners may share clubs, but their total number of clubs also is restricted to a maximum of 14. More »

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Golf clubs on average weigh less than a pound each. The types of clubs are wood, iron, wedge, hybrid, putter and chipper. The weight of a club depends on various demographics such as shaft property, club-heads, length an... More »

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