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Golf Club Buying Guide
The first thing that will help you in looking for new golf equipment is to know what your ability level is.
The next step in the process is to know what equipments are used in the game. The rules allow you to carry 14 clubs in the golf bag.
A basic set includes a driver, 3-wood, 5-wood, 3-iron through pitching wedge, sand wedge, lob wedge, and putter. Using this basic
set you can build the perfect set for yourself depending on your preference and ability level. 3-iron and 4-iron can be replaced with hybrids
and a number of wedges can be selected. The combination possibilities are endless but by starting with the basic set you can
easily choose a set perfect for you. Drivers - most recent drivers are constructed using titanium and are attached to a graphite shaft.
Driver is the largest of woods and used to hit the ball off the tee. The larger the size of
the head the more forgiving it is when miss hit occurs. Fairway Woods - include 3 and 5 woods. The higher the number gets the shorter
the length of the club shaft and the greater the loft angle. Hybrids - Hybrids are shaped similor to a wood and have advantage of
being easier to hit. Hybrids can replace 3-iron and 4-iron. Irons - generally come in sets from pitching wedge through 3-iron.
The higher the number of the club the greater the angle of loft and shorter the shafts are. A cavity back iron is more forgiving and easier to hit.
The blade is a club with no cavity that makes them less forgiving. The blade produce a better feeling than a cavity back but hard to hit with and thus
used by skilled golfers. Wedges - are more lofted than irons and designed for shots close to the green within 100 yards.
The most common wedges are gap wedge, the sand wedge, and the lob wedge. Pitching wedge is usually included with an iron set.
Putter - Putter is used to roll the ball into the hole on the green. Generally a steel shaft used on the putter.
Auto Insurance Quotes
Auto Insurance Basics
An auto insurance policy composed of a four basic types of coverage: Collision and Comprehensive insurance, Liability insurance,
Personal Injury protection insurance, and Uninsured motorist insurance. Collision and comprehensive insurance covers the repair cost of
damage done to your car in an accident. Collision and comprehensive insurance also covers damage from events other than collisions, such as
fire, theft, floods, and etc. Liability insurance covers the cost of any damage done to
other persons or properties with your car. Liability insurance will pay for each person injured and property damage in an accident.
Personal injury protection insurance covers medical costs if you are injured in an accident. Uninsured
motorist insurance covers you and your passengers if you are in an accident caused by a driver who doesn't have insurance.
How to Save on Car Insurance
You could save money by shopping around for car insurance. Here are some ways to save money on car insurance.
Get a quote before you buy your next car. Insurance costs are based on how likely a car is damaged and how badly passengers tend to be
injured in accidents. You can find lists of cars with lower insurance costs on web sites of auto insurance companies. To avoid fees
don't choose to pay premium monthly. Clean driving record may keep premium low. Taking safe driving classes
may also lower the premium. Low mileage discounts are offered by some insurance companies.