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Golf jargon buster

Your quick reference guide to golf.

Drivers/woods The longest-hitting clubs in the set, used for long distance strokes from the tee or the fairway.
Square driver The square shape makes hitting straight shots easier because of the extreme weighting in the corners of the clubhead.
Rescue woods You use these for even shorter, high shots out of bunkers or very close to the green.
Irons Use these for accurate shots when approaching the green.
Putters Use on greens or at home, for putting the ball over a short distance into the hole.
Stand bags These are easy to carry and have extending legs for convenience.
Trolley bags These tend to be larger, with extra storage and are great for golfers who prefer a pull-along bag.
Putting aids These are designed to help you practise your shots at home and include putting machines and putting mats.
Swing training A range of accessories are available to help you improve your swing, including pop-up chipping nets, swing guiders, practice sets, driving and practice nets.

 

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