These clubs prove days of women-specific sets taking a back seat are over

Callaway, Cobra and Ping women's golf clubs

Callaway, Cobra and Ping offer full sets of clubs specifically designed for women.

Jeffrey Westbrook; Styling: John Olson

Every person is built differently. Hence the importance of custom club-fitting. In order to play your best golf possible, its imperative to find clubs that are the right length, weight, size, design and shape for you. And while its true that the ball doesn’t care whether you’re male or female, it does care about what happens at impact, and there are variances here between the sexes that have long gone ignored.

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Compared to the average male golfer, female golfers tend to produce slightly slower swing speeds. Less speed, as you can imagine, usually leads to less distance and typically a lower ball flight. To help ladies find the speed and launch they need, manufacturers design clubs specifically for women. They’re lighter, more forgiving and make it easy to create launch and spin. These female-specific builds also have shorter lengths, more flexible shafts, thinner grips and are often engineered to help fight a slice.

Thankfully, the days of women-specific sets taking a back seat to club design in general are over.

If you’re a female player looking to hit long and towering golf shots, or simply interested in more feminine colorways, you definitely should consider the smart-looking new offerings from Ping, Callaway and Cobra below. The game’s hard enough without limiting your chances by swinging clubs that are too heavy, too long and unforgiving — or by simply fighting your anatomy.

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Cobra Radspeed

Cobras Infinity face increases the sweet spot on the driver, while the addition of hybrids to the combo iron set ensures you’ll have no problem hitting towering approach shots from all distances.

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Cobra Women’s Radspeed Combo Set

$1,099
The Women’s Radspeed Combo Set features 2 hybrids and 5 irons and is the ideal setup to help you gap your set perfectly by replacing your long irons with a more forgiving hybrid.
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Ping G Le2

A lighter overall package and thinner, hotter faces generate game-changing speed. Tungsten toe weights in the irons expand overall MOI by 10 percent.

Ping G Le2 Driver

$399
The G Le2 Drivers by Ping contain a thinner, ultra-strong T9S+ face that will increase deflection for faster ball speeds. As well as greater distance by optimizing clubhead speed with this lighter, higher-MOI head.
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Callaway Reva

The 11-piece set is comprised of metalwoods and irons designed to launch the ball high with ample forgiveness. Loft progressions throughout the set are based on testing with women golfers. A Big Bertha Reva version is also available.

Callaway Reva 11-Piece Set

$1,700
The Reva 11-Piece Complete Set from Callaway is designed with premium performance in mind. This complete offering is engineered for women of all skill levels who want to increase their distance, hit great shots, and enjoy the game more than ever before.
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Andrew Tursky

Golf.com Editor

Andrew Tursky is the Senior Equipment Editor at GOLF Magazine and GOLF.com.