The golf head is the club used on the putting green to bring the ball to the hole. It is more or less light. The longer the green seems slow the more your head will have to be heavy.
Choosing the best golf head is a very personal act. Nevertheless, beyond the simple confidence that the chosen club must inspire you, certain technical factors must influence your comparative head to know which head to choose in line with your way of head, your morphology, even with the quality of the greens.
Here are some tips on how to choose your head:
For the classic Golf head, its shape offers a distribution of the masses in periphery and allows a tolerance to the decentering of the striking. The head remains perpendicular to the line of putt, it offers more precision.
The mallet and mallet large: It offers a great tolerance thanks to its superior inertia and the distribution of masses in the periphery. The volume of the head provides a natural rocking movement.
The head of a head may include an insert of flexible material for a better touch and a marker for positioning the ball on impact.
The classic head:
Its shape allows a distribution of the masses in periphery and offers a tolerance to the decentering of the striking. The head remains perpendicular to the line of putt offering more facility.
The mallet head:
It offers greater tolerance than the conventional form thanks to superior inertia and mass distribution around the head. The volume of the head provides a natural rocking movement and the lines of sight often more important than on the classic form optimizing accuracy.
The other characteristics of a head:
This is a “sleeve shift that is further ahead of the club head”. The offset makes it possible to place the hands in front of the ball, thus facilitating the straightness of the trajectory.
Many Golf Heads have inserts made of plastic materials or iron alloys. Choose these clubs if you need a softer feel, especially if you use “distance” balls.
Heads with visual cues can really help you if there are alignment difficulties with the lens.
The length of the head turns out to be the most important in terms of the position of the player in front of the ball. That’s why the Driver Heads are essential criteria. The length of the shaft must be adapted to the size of the player to allow the eyes of the latter to be above the line of play (thus favoring the aim). The length of the shaft is expressed in inches (one inch = one inch = 2.54 cm). The standard length of a head shaft is 35 inches (player size greater than 1m 65 – below this size chooses a 33 or 34 inch shaft).