Things for senior golfers to consider

Simple changes in the traditional club design can make a huge difference.

Before choosing a specific club, there are a number of things to consider.

Senior golfers should take a look at their body and playing style.

By taking notice of changes in ability, golfers can pinpoint where their problems lie.

From there, finding the right club is a breeze..

The Shaft

Weight of The shaft plays a big role.

It’s a good idea to look for a lighter shaft that weighs no more than 60 grams.

Senior golfers can benefit from a lighter option because it’s easier to handle and can improve speed.

Shafts with a weight around 50-55 grams will affect swing speed and timing.

Shafts should bend slightly during the swing to build up energy and power.

Generally, it’s a good idea to look for flexible clubs.

The more flexible a club is, the more speed and power it will provide.

Club Head Loft

The loft of the head affects the ball’s launch angle during a drive.

This launch angle is a pivotal component, as it changes the ball’s distance.

With a slow swing speed, golfers should look for clubs that provide a high degree of loft.

This helps get the ball higher into the air for more distance.

Many manufacturers provide information about the loft of their clubs to make selection easier.

Depending on the swing speed, senior golfers can look for lofts up to 15 degrees for improvement.

Club Face and Head Design

Hitting the ball on the appropriate part of the club head is crucial.

A slight miscalculation can send the ball in the wrong direction with inadequate power.

Seniors experiencing accuracy issues should look for club heads designed with a larger sweet spot.

A larger club face and perimeter weighting increases the successful surface area on the club.

It’ll be easier to make a successful shot without having to hit the ball perfectly.

Cherokee Grove Monday night league

Cherokee Grove Monday Night League..

Hit the ball at 5:15.

All are welcome.

You can stop by the Cherokee Grove Clubhouse to sign up.

Cherokee Grove Saturday and Sunday Skins.

Moving to a 9 a.m. start time.

Cheapest SKINS GAME you will find.

Afton Power Lifting (3 times State Champs) and Afton Football golf tournament-Sunday June 24th 1;30 P.M.

Hole in One Prize-new car courtesy of Jeff Lundgren Chevrolet.

Call Leslie Witt at 918-786-3338 Est. 12 or signup sheets are available at Patricia Island Country Club or Kelly Golf

Team Signup is $300 and Hole Sponsorships is $100..

Golf Quote of the week

If it wasn't for golf, I don't know what I'd be doing. If my IQ had been two points lower, I'd have been a plant somewhere. – Lee Trevino

SAVE THE DATE

12th Annual Mary Moore Charity Event will be held on Friday, August 17.

A great chance to play SHANGRI-LA Golf Club.

Plan on it!!

Grand Lake Golf Venues

-Cherokee Grove Golf Course (Grove) @ 918-786-4100

-The Coves Golf Club (Duck Creek) @ 918-782-3220

-Grand Cherokee Golf Course (Langley) @ 918-435-8727.

-Patricia Island Golf Club (Grove) @ 918-786-3338

-Peoria Ridge Golf Club (Miami) 918-542-7676

-Shangri-La Golf Club (Monkey Island) @ 918-257-4204

-Eagle Creek Golf Club (Joplin) @ 417-623-5050

-Elk River C.C. (Noel) @ 417-475-3208

-Kelly Custom Golf (Grove) 918-787-7640 golf shop

Keep it in the Middle!!

Mike Kelly