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Why are their different clubs used?

Golf clubs come in various types to tackle the diverse challenges golfers face on the course. Each club is designed for a specific purpose, considering factors like distance, trajectory, and lie.
* Woods: Used for long-distance shots from the tee or fairway, they have large clubheads and minimal loft for maximum power.
* Irons: Numbered 3 through 9 (and sometimes PW), they produce progressively higher shots with less distance due to increasing loft. Ideal for controlled shots from various distances and lies.
* Hybrids: Blending wood and iron features, they offer forgiveness and playability for longer shots than traditional irons.
* Wedges: Highly specialized clubs for precise shots around the green and out of bunkers, with lofts ranging from 48° to 60°.
* Putter: Designed for rolling the ball on the green with minimal loft for controlled speed and accuracy.

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