A Guide To Buying Junior Golf Equipment

By SHAUN TOLSON, Morning Read

Decades ago, before junior golf equipment existed, kids who wanted to play the game were stuck using their parents’ old clubs — cut-down and re-gripped versions of drivers, fairway woods, and irons that were too heavy, with shafts that didn’t accommodate a child’s swing.

Miraflor acknowledges that some of the game’s greatest players (and hardest swingers) — like Palmer and Nicklaus — grew up playing golf this way. Today, however, equipment exists that’s designed specifically for kids, which allows them to hit better shots with greater consistency.

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