|Product Name:||Golf Clubs|
|Material:||431 Stainless Steel|
|Color:||As picture or customized|
|Logo:||Accept Custom Logo|
|Features:||High fault tolerance rate, Durable, Stable quality|
Common parameters of golf clubs
1.Loan angle: the angle between the center line of the club face and the vertical line of the ground when the club is parked normally.
2.Shaft Flex: It is the ease of bending the shaft, which is divided into X (Extra Stiff), S (Stiff), R (Regular), A (referring to Senior, because this series was originally called Amateur), L (Ladies).
3.Swing weight, also known as swing balance, is related to the center of gravity and weight of the club. The heavier the weight, the closer the center of gravity to the lever, the greater the swing weight.
4.Lie: When the club is parked normally, the angle formed by the centerline of the shaft and the ground, too large an elevation angle will cause upright. Too small will cause flat.