Three major types of clubs are woods, irons, and putters.
woods: Woods are used to play long shots from the tee or fairway. Though these type of club’s club heads are not made of wood they are called woods. They have the largest heads with the longest shafts. These are appropriate for longest shorts.
Irons: Irons are that kind of clubs which are used for precision shots from fairways as well as from the rough irons are preferred. Their club heads are smaller than the woods. Having solid heads, they have angled faces. These are appropriate for short shots. Irons are designed in numbers. The loft increases while the length of the shaft decrease according to the numbers.
putters: Clubs known as putters having minimal loft, force the ball to stay on the putting surface when struck. Putters come in various shapes and sizes. Putting greens, for the last strokes played on a golf hole – for knocking the ball into the hole, putters are appropriate. Putters are designed in three types of club heads and three sizes of length.
Hybrids: A new addition in golf clubs is known as hybrid that has the characteristic of irons which is made of higher lofted woods. A hybrid is often used for long shots from difficult rough.
Wedges: Wedges are a kind of iron used to play shot shorts.These are appropriate to play in difficult ground such as sand or the rough.
A full set of golf clubs consists of twelve clubs: three woods, one wedge, one putter, one hybrid, and six irons it’s so popular for every golfer.