types of golf clubs
Golf clubs: instruments of various shapes, materials (wood, iron) and functions that are used to hit the ball along the course.
Club with a long shaft that is used for long distances, especially at tee-off; originally made of wood, most of these clubs are now made of metal.
Part of the shaft that is held and manipulated by the golfer’s hands.
Long part of the golf club; the head is attached to the end of it.
Club with a metal head and a shaft that is shorter than the wood’s; it is used for medium- and short-distance strokes.
Slanting lower part of the club with a face for hitting the ball.
Club whose head has a vertical face for putting on the green.
Part of the club’s head that is used to hit the ball.