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Best Golf Set Configuration for Advanced Golfer

As an advanced, their game is strong but ready for fine tuning. It's all about the details for them. They hit most shots pretty solid. Now they want to be able to work the ball and control trajectory better. They hit 8-10 greens in regulation but to hit more they'll need clubs they can really feel.

Their drives are consistent but a little extra distance wouldn't hurt. Those par 5s are starting to be reachable in 2 especially if they only had just a bit more distance. Their long irons are sometimes strong but still inconsistent. Those 200-230 yard shots to the green can still be a challenge. From 100 yards in they are very strong. They just need to fine tune those wedges and get the most short game options possible.

The Ideal Set for Advanced

The ideal set for an advanced player would start with some Players Irons. These clubs have less perimeter weighting and a thinner topline. They have minimal offset and a more traditional look. They are easy to move the ball right to left and left to right. They can really feel the ball and tell where it's going.

Driver would have a little less loft (9-10 degrees). Make sure the shaft is correct for their swing speed and ball flight. The trial and error process may be required to get the shaft that feels just right to them.

Fairway woods and long irons are the critical clubs to make those long par 4s and par 5 reachable. They may want to find that perfect 3 wood for the par 5s and that 2 hybrid for high soft-landings on those long par 4s. This may also take some trial and error and certainly a solid club fitting.

Their wedge options are where the details start to really count. Finding the right combination of loft, feel and bounce to fit their requirements is the name of the game. Much depends on what loft they have on their pitching wedge. They want 5-6 degrees between clubs up from there.

For an advanced player, custom fitting of shafts and club lofts to their game requirements becomes much more important. They want to make sure they can cover every 10-15 yards down from their longest club. They also want to be able to control trajectory for whatever shot requirements pop up - high and soft for small or hard greens and low and boring for wind and knock downs.

Set configuration - Woods (1, 3, 5), Hybrids (3) Irons (Players) (4-PW, SW, LW), Putter

Our Recommended GigaGolf Set


Driver Pursuit TC420, 9.5 degrees

For the golfer committed to maximum performance. The TC-420 uses the most advanced manufacturing techniques to deliver not only superior Quality but the features that every serious golfer requires. Five weight ports allow total control of ball flight. The two-piece, plasma welded Ti face offers maximum distance.



Woods Acer XP 905 (3, 5)

Equipped with a large face and a low center of gravity the 905's advanced features easy launch shots from even tight lies. The stainless steel fairway version sports a unique beveled-cut sole design which helps to redistribute weight for optimal launch and provides stability through impact.



Irons Pursuit m510 Blade (4-PW)

The Pursuit name represents the highest Quality available in today's custom club market. The Pursuit m510 has a traditional look and feel in the playing position. The scorelines are individually milled to the USGA maximum depth (+/-0.001"). Milled scorelines have more consistent edge sharpness for reliable spin and distance control.



Wedges Pursuit X5 52 & 58 degrees

Designed to exacting standards, the X5 Wedge Series meets or exceeds the most stringent inspection guidelines applied to even the highest priced brands. Materials are selected with great care.



Hybrids Acer XP (3)

Better players and amateurs alike have been discarding their 2 and 3 irons in favor of Hybrid clubs. Hybrids feature longer shots found in fairway woods and increased accuracy typical of irons. The best configuration for most golfers is True Temper Finest Quality Feather Flight steel shafts.



Putter Soft Roll Polymer

Good putting is without question the best way to shave strokes off your score. The Soft Roll Polymer significantly expands the "sweet-spot" by concentrating mass in the heel and toe. This design keeps more putts online and in the cup. The standard shaft is a step-less Royal Precision design that provides a sharp clean appearance and consistent.





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