Beautiful weather here, which will bring green grass and warmer weather. That means getting the lawnmower running, opening day for baseball, and fishing. Most importantly, it’s time to make a tee time and get ready to hit the links.
Before heading to the golf course, enthusiasts might also want to head to the driving ranging and practice greens to try out those new clubs. If you have been waiting for the right time to buy a new driver, putter wedge and iron set or a all of the above, it’s never been a better time to buy. There are a lot of different brands and models out there to consider as a consumer, from high end clubs to quality brands that deliver on value. Keep reading for practical advice on where to purchase and how to find the best deals on recommended brands.
Among the favorite brands entering this season include staples like Callaway, TaylorMade and PING. If it’s a driver you need, the Callaway Epic Flash driver is a top of the line driver featuring an adjustable weighting system to facilitate fades, draws and increased accuracy off the tee. The Epic Flash driver is listed at $529, but for competitive golfers is a driver worth considering. For value seekers, the classic Big Bertha driver by Callaway is an excellent option for just $169.99, available at Wal Mart. Bettinardi has some of the top putters on the market, like the Studio Stock and Queen B models ranging from $299 and up. Meanwhile, the TaylorMade Spider X Copper putter will be sure to turn heads when you pull it out of your bag. Irons and wedges are generally available in sets and once again TaylorMade, with the Psi irons, and Callway X-series are among the favorites. Be sure to check out the rock bottom deal for Callaway X-series for just $349.99 on Rock Bottom Golf.
While there are many ways to shop online for golf clubs, it is generally best to try out the clubs and make sure it fits well. The good news is there are many great brick and mortar places to try and buy golf clubs. Perhaps the most recognizable name in sporting goods is headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA. Dick’s Sporting Goods provides expert tips online and in the store, and has plenty of open space to swing a club in store along with practice greens. Golf Galaxy, which is a subsidiary of Dick’s, is a specialty store boasting the same great customer service and in-store experience at Dick’s with a laser focus on golf. If it’s online shopping you prefer, Rock Bottom Discount Golf is a place to get more for your money while shopping online.
Dick’s Sporting Goods and Golf Galaxy have weekly deals, like their current offer of up to $200 off select Callaway, PING and TaylorMade clubs. The best deals on drivers, putters and golf apparel are available at Rock Bottom Golf, whose website includes price drop alerts, like the TaylorMade RBZ Black Driver for just $169. They also feature a wide selection of high-quality pre-owned clubs, with PING irons starting at around $22, while a Callaway Rogue Draw Driver is certified pre-owned for just $294.77.