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Types of Golf Clubs

Gap Wedge
Gap Wedge

The gap wedge is a golf club that is used for distances too short for a pitching wedge and too long for a sand wedge. It has a club head angle that is in between those of its cousins the pitching and sand wedges. The gap wedge is a specialized club for the golfer who plays close to the green.

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Hybrid
Hybrid

In the 15 years that the Golf Digest Hot List has been around, the number of average golfers using hybrids, according to industry research firm Golf Datatech, has nearly doubled to reach more than 80 percent, with the average golfer carrying two hybrids.

Iron
Iron

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Pitching Wedge
Pitching Wedge

Wedges are the highest-lofted clubs in a set of golf clubs, designed for short approach shots (for most golfers, 120 yards and in), strokes played out of sand, chip shots and pitch shots, and generally any shot for which the golfer wants the ball to ascend and descend sharply.

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Sand Wedge
Sand Wedge

Wedges are the highest-lofted clubs in a set of golf clubs, designed for short approach shots (for most golfers, 120 yards and in), strokes played out of sand, chip shots and pitch shots, and generally any shot for which the golfer wants the ball to ascend and descend sharply.

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Wedge
Wedge

The "A-wedge" is a golf club that is one of the four main categories of wedges, and is another name for "gap wedge.". Those four categories of wedges are (from least loft to most) pitching wedge, A-wedge, sand wedge and lob wedge.

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Wood
Wood

A wood is a type of club used in the sport of golf. Woods have longer shafts and larger, rounder heads than other club types, and are used to hit the ball longer distances than other types.

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