Should you use a club other than a putter on the Green?

Should you use a club other than a putter on the Green?

Just because the rules allow us to chip from the green doesn’t necessarily mean amateur and recreational golfers should.) Another Ryder Cup example of using a club other than putter on the green: In a match at the 1987 Ryder Cup, Ben Crenshaw broke his putter in anger.

Which golf clubs should you use off the ground?

They can also be used off the ground and are super effective if you’re looking to chip a shot into the green from 80-90 yards out. The bunker club is most effective from close range, particularly if you have an obstacle in your way.

What are the different types of golf clubs?

There are six different types of golf clubs (Drivers, Fairway Woods, Hybrids, Irons, Wedges, Putters), and each type is used in different situations on the course. This guide aims to give beginner golfers a basic explanation of each type of golf club and some tips on when to use each one of them.

What are the most important golf clubs in your bag?

Your putter is arguably the most important club in your bag because you’ll use it each time you’re on the green. One of the most accurate golf sayings is “you drive for show and putt for dough.” During an average round on the links, you’ll use your putter more than any other club.