Club used to hit the ball on the fairway or green. Irons are numbered from 1 to 9, according to the length of their shafts and their range; the angle of the sole increases in inclination to create curved trajectories of varying heights.
Lower part of the club’s head.
Part of the club’s head under the neck.
Tip of the club’s head, opposite the heel and the shaft.
Ringlike part at the joint of a club’s shaft and head that holds them securely together.
Upper part of the club’s head into which the shaft fits.
Fine indented lines on the face of the club that provide maximum control of the ball.