Youth Golf Clubs
Youth Golf Clubs
Learn More: Buying Kids’ Golf Clubs
It’s time to inspire their passion for the game with a pair of kids’ golf clubs and youth golf clubs at DICK’S Sporting Goods.
From complete sets to individual clubs, find the golf gear that matches your budding athlete. Kids’ golf clubs are lighter than traditional clubs, with grips designed to comfortably fit in small hands.
Playing with kids’ clubs is the best way for children to hone proper technique. Watch them learn the game with complete club sets that come with all the essentials—including two woods, a hybrid, three irons, a driver and putter—each specially crafted for the forgiveness a beginner needs.
Consider your child's age, size and skill level when picking out your set of kids' golf clubs.
Hybrid golf clubs are new to the junior golf bag, but they are a big hit on the golf course. These clubs are ideal for young golfers who need a club to split the difference between the distance of a fairway wood and the control of an iron. These clubs ultimately replace hard-to-hit long irons by combining the accuracy of an iron with the forgiveness of a wood.
A kids' golf putter has a mallet-shaped design with an oversized head for increased forgiveness. To help your young golfer visualize the putting line to the hole, choose a putter that features alignment lines and a matte, non-glare finish.
Don't forget to outfit them for the course with kids’ golf clothing, like polos, jackets and pants.
Not all sets of kids' golf clubs are the same: Youth sets are designed for various age groups, sizes and skill levels.
Junior golf clubs are crafted for a simplistic design. Because children have a lower center of gravity than adults, the junior driver comes with a lower-profile head, producing higher, longer and straighter shots. The junior driver has unique flex that maximizes clubhead speed.
In order for your child to get the most out of their clubs, it is important to make sure their shafts are the correct height for their body. As they grow, invest in longer clubs with different levels of flex – using incorrectly sized clubs often leads to bad habits on the greens.