Woods, the clubs for long distances that achieve maximum power. They are used for the longest shots, such as the moment of teeing off, the start. They are the most complicated to learn to use, so patience is required as it takes time. Iron, recommended for medium distance and total control, so it is advisable to use them in the most complicated situations, such as high grass. Wedges, for shorter distances. Whenever you are closer to the green we recommend you use them, as well as to get the ball out of the sand traps called bunkers. Hybrids, the easiest to use: handy and light, which try to improve the experience of the previous ones. Putter, the club for the final star shots. This club is used to push the ball onto the green. It is the club with the greatest variety of models (be careful, it may take you an hour to decide between them all), you will be amazed when you look for it! What we recommend if your goal is to start or learn to play golf, is to borrow a club, rent one, look for a second hand one... Any option that does not commit you to invest in a new one. This way you can first check if it is worth buying a brand new one, and with just one you can start.