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Old and New Golf Clubs The equipment for golf has changed over the past fifty years in many different ways There are different kinds of clubs better balls and better shoes Golf carts are another big plus for golf The equipment continues to get better every year There have been some important changes in the manufacturing of clubs The looks of the club the shafts and the heads of all clubs are better and very different than they were fifty years ago The different looks of golf clubs mainly come from the different material that they are made of The best looking clubs are the ones with the big name brand on them Today there are clubs with many different colors and designs on them Manufacturers try to make their logo unique and more fashionable than the other companies The colors and designs make golfers look stylish as they play golf Although the clubs are fairly equal in performance the looks are what sells golf clubs All clubs can hit the ball very long distances as well as being very accurate Most clubs look metallic because they are made of metal The bottom of the club head is where the company prints their logo The logo is supposedly represents the quality of the club On the shafts club-makers often put stripes to make the club look fashionable Golf clubs fifty years ago didnt have the same look Twenty years ago all clubs were made of wood They werent nearly as stylish as today The only thing that was on the bottom of the club was a number representing which club that it was All shafts were made of either stainless steel or wood making it difficult to print anything on them The golf club shaft is another thing that has changed greatly Hickory and metal shafts were good in some ways and bad in others They were good because hickory shafts had good flex
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