The woods are usually numbered from 1 to 7, according to the inclination of their faces and the ranges of their strokes.
Lower part of the club’s head.
Fine indented lines on the face of the club that provide maximum control of the ball.
Part of the club’s head under the neck.
Upper part of the club’s head into which the shaft fits.
Tip of the club’s head, opposite the heel and the shaft.
Fine cord wound around the joint of a wood’s head and shaft that holds them securely together.