The best beginner sets have at least one driver, two woods, one putter, one hybrid, two wedges and seven irons. When you’re looking for a beginner set, you’ll want to consider the quality of the clubs, the cost of the package and the variety of features. For example, you don’t want to buy high end used clubs for a beginner if the stiff irons and high-difficulty driver will only make the game harder for them to learn. A better approach may be to use a set of simpler, less fancy clubs to get a hang of the game and get comfortable with the motions. Check out these beginner golf club sets for options that will appeal to completely new golfers. 
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The set of golf clubs that you like and are successful with may not be the same as someone else’s set. Clubs are a personal decision based on your comfort level, how you play golf, and certain physical characteristics. Once you try out all of the different types of clubs, you can select your favorites based on your abilities and on how they feel. You can mix and match what you like, as long as you stay under 14 clubs in your golf bag at all times. You may want to replace your long irons with hybrids or woods or even swap irons for woods.
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