Finding The Perfect Junior Driver Golf Club

If you are in the market for a new junior driver golf club there can seem to be way too many choices. I am going to take a look at three specific junior driver golf clubs so that you can have a good idea of what to look for in your club. These three junior driver golf clubs are not ladies golf clubs, but they can be used by girls. Most junior driver golf clubs are appropriate for either boys or girls.

Three Junior Driver Golf Clubs To Look At

The first junior driver golf club is the Young Gun 250cc Square Titanium. This club features a square designed titanium head on a composite shaft. This club is designed for maximum forgiveness so that you child can have a truly wonderful experience while at on the course or at the range. You can usually find this club individually for less then fifteen dollars, so it is the perfect club if you are budget conscious and are trying to introduce your children to the game. It may not be as suited for children that have experience or that have played golf many times before.

The next junior driver golf club to take a look at is the Nike Junior Ignite. This club features a large oversize titanium face that delivers a high Moment of Inertia to deliver a great combination of forgiveness and distance. The face on this club is a whopping four hundred and fifty centimeters and it is lofted like a true driver. It has a graphite shaft for ultimate forgiveness and accuracy. The shaft length on this club is fairly long so while it is a junior driver golf club it is meant for kids a bit older. I would say that this club is best suited for mid ranged players who have experience and are looking to take their game to the next level. It can be very difficult for a beginner to hit a club like this so for that reason I can not recommend it for that level player. Average price on this club is a round $50.

The last junior driver golf club to look at is the Wilson Staff Dd6 distance driver. This club is definitely a club for the more expert player. It features and enormous 460cc club face that delivers maximum distance. The ETF frame captures the energy of the swing and focuses it toward the face effectively doubling the COR Hot Zone. The rear positioned L-pods deliver a higher launch angle for more consistent longer drivers. This club is definitely not for the beginner and at around $80 it probably is not recommended for anyone but the serious junior golfer.