Woods, Irons, Wedges, Utility Clubs all available at The Range.
At The Range we supply all of the big name brands, as you would expect with an On Course Pro Shop. This association also gives us some of the best prices in the state.
We also custom make clubs for the more discerning player.
Brands on Offer include:
- Taylor Made
We also stock drivers at the lower price range for beginners, children and the budget conscious.
Looking for some clubs for your son or daughter? We have a great selection of clubs for kids of all ages!
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Why Buy Your Clubs at The Range?
So Why Should you buy your next set, first set, driver or any other club at The Range?
Well – here are some very good reasons:
1. Genuine Advice & Honest Service – We won’t sell you something that doesn’t suit you or your game, just to make an extra dollar.
2. You Get The Right Clubs For You & Your Game – We always aim to supply the right clubs for each individual golfer.
3. We Use Our Knowledge To Help You – Having an intimate understanding of the golf swing means that we know how different clubs impact on the results you and your swing will achieve.
4. We Will Check Out Your Swing Resulting In A Better Match – The driving range is the ideal place for us to have a look at your swing, taking into account the tempo, club head speed and path to impact in your swing.
5. We also take into account your height, and build – If you need longer or shorter shafts, or the club head needs setting up differently, we will know.
6. And We Can Offer Great Deals Across A Range Of Brands – As an On Course Pro Shop we can offer some exclusive deals, offers and prices.
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Once we have taken stock of these factors we can take you through the range of clubs we have, find out what you like and help you make a selection.
Professional Club Fitting – At The Range
Once you have chosen your clubs, we will recommend the right shaft for you and the lie of the club head, which we will adjust to suit your swing.
There are a number of key features that have to be taken into account. These features are adjustments that can be made to your clubs to achieve the perfect match for you!
So, when we are fitting you for your new clubs we adjust the following:
- Club Head Weight
- Shaft Length
- Shaft Weight
- Shaft Stiffness
- Shaft Kick Point
- Shaft Torque (resistance to twist)
- Lie of the club on the ground
Golf Club Shafts
What Shafts should I have in my clubs?
Getting the right shafts in your golf clubs to suit you and your swing is the most important aspect of club fitting.
Shafts come in different stiffnesses and possess other variables, such as kick-point and torque or the shafts resistance to twist.
How stiff the shaft needs to be will depend on how much club head speed you generate – the faster you swing the stiffer the shaft needs to be.
Shaft Torque – Or Resistance to Twist
The higher torque a shaft has the less resistance the shaft has to twisting and conversely, the lower the torque rating the more resistant the shaft is to twisting.
Both steel and graphite shafts have a torque rating, but when we are talking about torque we are usually talking about graphite shafts, particularly Drivers and other woods, as these are all made today with graphite shafts.
What about the club heads in my irons?
The type of heads you have in your irons will depend on your game, how you swing the club and how long you have been playing.
Just like any other sporting equipment there are a range of club heads on offer to suit the beginner through to the tour pro.
Effective Hitting Area – Or Sweet Spot.
The biggest difference is how big the effective hitting area in the club face is. For a beginner or less experienced player a bigger sweet spot, means the club is more forgiving, if you don’t hit the ball right in the centre of the face.
Cavity Back Or Blade?
Cavity back clubs offer the biggest sweet spot and at the other end of the scale are blades. In between are a range of options including what are termed progressive irons, where the shorter clubs are nearer to blades and the longer clubs are cavity-backed.
Kick Point – In A Golf Club Shaft
This is another quality that affects ball flight and describes the area of the golf shaft that bends the most. This is either the towards the bottom of the shaft, in the middle or towards the top, or grip end of the shaft.
Your Golf Grips
This is one of the most important aspects of the golf club. The grip needs to be comfortable and fit your hands and feel.
Most clubs come with standard grips. When you order your clubs at The Range we will adjust the grips to suit your hands.