forgiveness golf club

    A club that delivers adequate distance and accuracy on poorly struck shots is said to be “forgiving.” Built with perimeter weighting and large hitting areas, these clubs are best for average and beginning golfers.

    When the ball is struck on any club’s sweet spot, maximum distance is achieved. If the ball is struck toward the heel or toe of a forgiving club, loss of distance will be minimal compared to a similar shot with a less forgiving golf club, such as a traditional blade-style iron.