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5 top Golf Club Brands In 2022

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For someone who has just felt amazed by golfers hitting the Golf Balls around the park must have thought at least for the ones that do these golf clubs come with a brand name and are these rich and famous golfers care about such brands of golf clubs? And the answer is a big YES! Check these top golf club brands.

Like any other sports which are played with prop golf too has branded golf clubs and golf balls. Even if you are a beginner in golf you should go for branded golf clubs only and that too is purchased from a reputed golf accessories store in your town. The golfing greats certainly carry likes for a particular brand over the years and as per our research five brands are at the top hands down. Like to know which are these brands? Then here they are….

Top Golf Club Brands:

Taylor Made

Taylor Made Golf Clubs

‘Taylor Made’ brand was established in 1979 and now its products are accepted and highly regarded across the world. The founder and owner of ‘Taylor Made’, Gary Adams, introduced the first-ever metal woods in the year 1978. Currently, Taylor Made is using some of the newest woods, which is called the Flight Control Technology. This technology as per the ‘Taylor Made’ technical team, helps the golfers for a better shot shaping ability with the multidimensional adjustments as well.


Callaway Golf Clubs

Well, if you have heard of the Callaway Vineyards then you got to be aware or Ely Callaway, who is actually a winemaker, but then he has started the golfing brand on his own name called ‘Callaway’. The brand was raised from the Callaway Vineyards profits and it has started to spread really fast across the golf playing nations. It has also taken over the renowned golfing brand called Ben Hogan Golf. Not only in golf clubs, Callaway also produces one of the finest putters like Odyssey and Flight golf balls.

Top golfers who use ‘Callaway golf clubs are Phil Mickelson and Ernie Els.


Ping Golf Clubs

One of the most established and most popular golf club brands is Ping. The brand name ‘Ping’ actually is derived from the sound which comes when the original putter is struck. Today, the Ping brand maybe is most famous and loved across the golfers, but they were hit by a controversy too during the mid and late 1980s. Actually, Ping produced Ping Eye 2 golf clubs which had a square-grooved clubface and hence it was ruled illegal on the PGA Tour. Later they were withdrawn and today no golf club maker produces such a square-grooved club.

Top golfers who use ‘Ping’ golf clubs are: Hunter Mahan and Bubba Watson


Cobra Golf is Californian based but owned by German sports giants Puma. The Cobras have been around since the 70s and were one of the first golf club brands to introduce utility (hybrid) clubs. Their game improvement irons consistently stayed on the top lists of the best irons in the category, and for the most part of the 90s, the best selling irons in golf were their oversized irons.

cobra golf

Pros who’ve tied up with Cobra on the PGA tour include Rickie Fowler, Jason Dufner, and Bryson DeChambeau. Whereas Lexi Thompson has used a Cobra King Speedzone driver on the LPGA. Cobra manufactures a forged range for lower handicappers (or those who just prefer the look and feel of a forged iron), while also being mostly associated with the game improvement sector.


Mizuno is considered to be serving the better player, just like Titleist.Their quite simple forged irons are a  thing of beauty. And with that beauty comes a hefty price of course.


But if budget isn’t a problem for you, then a set of Mizuno JPX 919 Tour clubs in your bag will make everyone in the clubhouse envious of you. They are probably the most workable irons around because of their design. Just don’t miss the sweet spot!

What brand does Tiger Woods use?

Tiger Woods uses TaylorMade Stealth Plus+ driver during PNC Championship Pro-Am

What brand of clubs does Phil Mickelson use?

Phil Mickelson uses Callaway X Forged UT, X21 UT Proto and Apex MB ’21 irons

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