Whether you are a golf pro or a rookie trying your best to learn tricks of trade, golf can be a very difficult sport to learn. Without right equipment, becoming an expert golfer may be nearly impossible. So before you hit fairway, here are a few pieces of equipment you may want to ensure you have in your golf bag:
Drivers- Drivers are wood golf clubs (although they are called "wood" many now have metal heads) which are used to shoot ball long distances. This club is usually used for tee-shot since it is furthest shot from hole.
Wedges- Wedges are metal clubs used to lift ball as opposed to shooting it far distances. These would be used for high shots onto green, perhaps to get out of a bunker.
Putters- A putter is a golf club which is used for short distances and accuracy. Once you are on green and fairly close to hole, putter is best club in order to make shot.
Tees- Every golfer needs tees in their bag. A tee is a small wedge which is inserted into ground for ball to sit on. The tee elevates golf ball and makes it easier to hit. Tees are intended to be used on first shot of a hole.
Golf Balls- A golf ball is a small, hard ball which is dimpled in order to reduce wind resistance. It is impossible to play a game of golf without a golf ball and to assume you will only need one for a whole game is slightly conceited. Even best golf player in world will lose their ball on course at some point, so it's important to make sure you have back-ups. Most golfers like to keep anywhere from 3 to 9 extra balls in their bag, just in case.