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Best Golf Set Configuration for Intermediate Golfer

As an intermediate, they are beginning to make consistent contact with the ball. They are hitting more greens (3-6 per round) as their irons are generally more accurate and reaching the expected distances. Their club head speed is going up, along with more consistent center of the face contact, so they're starting to get more distance with most of their clubs.

However, they still need help around the greens but now they know how to hit down on the ball so they can begin to try some additional wedges. They'd also like more options from 100 yards and in. They realize that their short game is where they can take a lot of strokes off their score.

On the other hands, their drives are still somewhat inconsistent. Their distance could be better but accuracy may still be a key problem. Their great round is often ruined by those 2 or 3 trouble drives. They still don't hit those long irons very well (maybe they never will). But every once in a while, given a good lie they still can crank that 5 iron out there. They'd like more distance and consistency for those longer approach shots (180-220 yards). Those long par 4s are still hard to reach.

They could probably still fight that slice but now it's often more of a fade. Sometimes when they really get through the ball it can even move right to left - a wee draw. They're starting to feel like they know where the ball is going.

The Ideal Set for Intermediate

The ideal set for the intermediate golfer would start with Game Improvement irons. They still need forgiveness but they'd also like a little more feel and control. If they tend to hit their irons well, they might be ready to consider a regular 4 iron, otherwise stay with their hybrid 4. For their distance clubs, consider less loft on those fairway woods and hybrids to maximize distance. They might be ready to drop their 5 hybrid and replace it with a 3 hybrid.

Their driver is still oversized with about 10-12 degrees of loft to maximize distance and accuracy. Shaft selections may be the most important component. They want a shaft that matches their swing speed and ball flight requirements. Perhaps, a draw bias to help get the drive moving a little more right to left.

Their wedges can be reconfigured. A gap wedge or a lob wedge are possibly good additions. If three wedges are their choice they may want to distribute the lofts from their PW to their LW (46, 52, 58 degrees). They may want wedges with less bounce so they can hit them off of tighter lies.

For a putter an intermediate may have already settled on what works for them, but if they are ready to try something new, one of the new MOI maxed mallets would be a good choice.

Ideal set configuration for intermediate - Woods (1, 4, 5), Hybrids (3, 4), Irons (Game Improvement) (5-PW, SW, LW), Putter

Our Recommended GigaGolf Set

Driver Power Play System Q (455cc) 12 degrees

Removable weights allow the player to modify the head weight to optimize ball flight. Placing more weight in the heel will give the ball a draw bias, while additional toe weight will help the player who fights a hook. The ports are sealed with an O ring. A 5/32 Allen wrench is included to reposition the weights.

Woods Power Play System Q (3, 5)

Designed to complement the System Q Ti Driver, it shares its weight port technology with its larger cousin.

Irons Power Max GX920 (5-PW, SW, GW)

Loaded with the latest in golf technology. New thinner face maximizes ball speed resulting in more distance even at slower swing speeds. The deep notched cavity and fine center sole allows weight to be redistributed low and away from the impact area which provides a stable and forgiving ball strike.

Hybrids Power Play System Q (3, 4)

Designed to compliment the System Q Ti Driver and fairway series. Come standard with 3 adjustable 6 gram weights. Additional weights available.

Putter Ecliptic 3-Ball

The three ball alignments system gives the golfer an optical alignment advantage equal to nothing you've seen before. Correct set up on putts inside 10 feet is virtually guaranteed. True face balancing is achieved with a correctly engineered double bend putter shaft set in precisely the right angle. Face balanced putters have a greater tendency to stay square at impact.



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