A lot of beginner golfers ask me – which golf club brand is the best? The answer, as much as I’d like it to be, is not that simple. Yes, there are some brands that make exceptionally well-made golf gear, but they also cost a fortune. There are some brands that aim for the best quality for affordable price, and there are also some brands that plain straight up don’t care and produce low quality products and solely rely on heavy marketing for sales. One of those quality brands I mentioned before is Callaway. I use their products a lot, so in this review I’m going to be talking about them a lot.
Callaway, in my experience, is the best brand because it has such wide variety of products. Are you a beginner and want an affordable club set to get you started? Callaway will have you covered. Their Callaway Strata series is one of the best in terms of value. For just 200$, you can buy perfectly good beginners club set, that will be more than enough for years to come. Of course, once you begin to improve your game, Callaway Strata set won’t quite cut it, but that should be expected.
They also make excellent golf clubs for women. I recently bought my wife Callaway Solaire Gems set, and she’s been loving it so far. Even for it’s hefty price tag, these clubs still manage to amaze people by their innovative designs and quality of the materials. If that costs too much for you, this buying guide by GcG might give you some ideas about good clubs to buy. Overall, Callaway is golf industry leader, and the fact that they’re one of the best brands, if not the best, shouldn’t come as surprise to anyone.
The other golf club brand that I like is TaylorMade. They also have history of making moderately priced, high quality golf clubs. I especially like what they’ve been doing in the irons department. Most TaylorMade series irons these days are of excellent quality.
With that being said, there are also dozens of solid golf club manufacturers that I don’t have experience with, so they didn’t get to be on this list. Most notable of them are – Cobra, Mizuno, Wilson, Nike, and others. I think Nike has recently quit this line of business, but if you find used Nike golf clubs for sale, definitely buy them, because I’ve heard they’re very well built.
Mizuno are Japanese clubs, and that alone speaks for quality of the brand. But they’re much more expensive than most American brands. .Their JPX line of irons is excellent, but for their price, you can get entire set of excellent clubs. So I guess what I’m saying is – if budget doesn’t worry you, Mizuno might be worth the shot, but if it does, I’d advise you to stick with TaylorMade and callaway.