A Guide To Buying Junior Golf Equipment
- Category: Inside Golf
- Published: 2020-06-29
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.