This is Leroy Moore III. Today, we're gonna talk about selecting the proper golf clubs for your game. Every player has a different playing ability and the golf industry's created clubs for every playing ability. Today, we're gonna talk about the different styles of clubs and the clubs that are best fit to your game. We got 3 styles of clubs and 3 explanations for these clubs. First club we're gonna talk about is for the player who doesn't play a lot or just getting into the game and wants to get better you have the player development club. What it is, is designed to be easy to hit, get the club, get the ball up in the air with very little effort and has a lot of forgiveness in the face so you can hit it all away across the face to get the exact same type of reaction out of the club. Then for you better players you have called a player's cavity. It's a cavity back. It acts a lot like a blade does except it's a little more forgiving, a little easier to work the ball with and designed for that player who's good enough to shoot some low scores but still wants a little forgiveness for when he's not playing his best. Then you have the blade. Everybody knows the blade, very distinct, not very forgiving, very classic design. A smaller toe to heel feature and you have to hit it in the center to feel good. This is for the good players, guys who practice a lot and shoot those good scores very, very often.