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Best Womens Golf Clubs – Complete Sets For Ladies 

In this guide on the best women’s golf clubs we focus on complete sets.

There are of course individual ladies woods, irons and putters, but as a beginner it’s much easier to purchase a packaged set. These sets are readily available at most major online retailers.

In a hurry? By far the best packaged set for ladies is the Callaway Strata 16-piece set. The set includes a a quality set of clubs - driver, fairway wood, 2 x hybrids, 4 x irons, 2 x wedges and a putter - as well as a lightweight bag! 

Other Packaged Set Reviews: Seniors | Beginners | Juniors

Best Beginner Golf Clubs For Ladies

Below are our top picks for best golf clubs for ladies.

Also check out our​ buyers guide for ladies golf clubs.

Best Ladies Clubs for Beginners

1. Callaway Strata Ultimate Ladies’ Set

Callaway Women's Strata Ultimate Complete Golf Set (16-Piece, Right Hand, Graphite)

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Made by Callaway Golf, the Strata Ultimate Ladies’ packaged set is the affordable option from the immensely popular brand. This 16-piece set is designed specifically for beginners.

This traditional set comprises a 10.5 degree driver, a 3-wood, two hybrids, four irons, two wedges and a putter. All of the clubs have lower, more traditional lofts and rely on the low CG design to launch the ball high and far through the air.

The set features a stylish stand bag that is lighter and easier to carry, as well as being much easier to travel with.

Pros

  • Quality design and materials used in such an affordable packaged set
  • Lightweight clubs with lower lofts and longer shafts offer more distance
  • Plenty of forgiveness from the high MOI design
  • Lightweight stand bag makes the set easier to carry and travel with

Cons

  • The lower lofts and longer shafts can be more difficult to play with for certain beginners

2. Wilson Golf Profile SGI Women's Complete Golf Set

Wilson Golf Profile SGI Women's Complete Golf Set — Regular - Carry, Right Hand

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The Wilson Golf Profile SGI set has been designed specifically for female players in mind with a lightweight graphite shaft and women sized soft grips, appropriate in all weather conditions.

Carry bag is lightweight as well, features Air Flow adjustable shoulder straps for maximum comfort and numerous pockets for storage. The self activating stand is a nice extra touch.

High-lofted driver, easy launch sand wedge and popular heel/toe weighted putter included!

Pros

  • Lightweight graphite shafts
  • Clubs are very forgiving and offer plenty of distance too
  • Includes high-lofted driver, easy launch sand wedge and heel/toe weighted putter

Cons

  • Cart bag has single strap, not appropriate for carrying and walking

3. Cobra Airspeed Women’s F-MAX Clubs

Cobra Golf 2020 Women's Airspeed Complete Set

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The Cobra Airspeed F-MAX gives you a faster swing and has been deemed the lightest and most forgiving of clubs.

It comes with a premium cart bag that features a 14-way top and 9 zipped compartments. There is even a large insulated cooler section.

The set also includes a putter making this the perfect set for the beginner!

Pros

  • Plenty of storage
  • Insulated cooler section
  • Light and forgiving
  • The entire set is colour matched and stylish

Cons

  • The offset on every club might not suit better players or those who want to shape the ball more effectively

4. Tour Edge Lady Edge Complete Set

Tour Edge Female Lady Edge Package Set (Ladies, Right Hand, Graphite, Ladies, Starter Set),...

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The Tour Edge Lady Edge Complete set is our editor’s choice for best ladies clubs for beginners.

Every club in this set is designed with making the game more enjoyable in mind. The woods are all lofted up with the driver sitting at 15 degrees and only 43 inches in length. The rest of the set comprises two woods, two hybrids, two irons, two wedges and a putter.

The complete set also includes a premium cart bag with plenty of pockets and a stylish finish.

Pros

  • Higher lofts on each club ensures more launch from impact and plenty of spin for more carry
  • Every club features a lightweight graphite shaft designed specifically for women
  • Premium cart bag
  • Available in different lengths
  • Outstanding price for what you get

Cons

  • Stainless steel hybrids and irons have a hard feel at impact
  • The 7-piece mini-set has loft gaps that are two wide and features a stand bag instead of a cart bag

5. TaylorMade Kalea Women’s Clubs

TaylorMade Women's Kalea Complete Golf Iron Set (6 Pieces)

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TaylorMade Kalea Women’s clubs feature many of the technologies found in the regular TaylorMade clubs that make them hit the ball further and consistently straighter.

Designed specifically for women the Kalea clubs feature lighter shafts with specific design aspects that help to launch the ball higher and further with minimal dispersion.

Pros

  • Low and deep CG in every club ensures a high launch and optimal spin
  • Consistent loft gaps between clubs improves your distances and makes every club in the bag useful
  • Slim tech shafts and speed pockets in the soles promotes higher clubhead speed and ballspeed for increased distance

Cons

  • This 10-piece set doesn’t include a putter or bag
  • Quite pricey considering you don’t get a complete set

Ladies Golf Clubs Buyers Guide

Design and Feel

Much like packaged sets for junior, men and senior golfers, ladies packaged sets are designed to be as forgiving as possible with minimal effort needed to launch the ball high and straight.

This means more loft per club, lighter shafts and more perimeter weighting to increase the MOI of each club.

Packaged sets will generally feature cast irons and wedges with stainless steel woods, as this keeps the price of the packaged set more affordable. Sets that feature clubs with multi-material designs will generally feel better but will cost more overall.

Ease of Use

Every club in a ladies packaged set is designed to be as easy to use as possible. This means there will be more loft on each club to launch the ball higher. The shafts will be shorter and lighter too, as this allows you to swing the club quicker and generate more clubhead speed without extra effort.

Other design factors such as thicker toplines, increased offset and wider soles also add to the ease of use of each club.

Value for Money

As mentioned before packaged sets are generally more affordable than buying individual clubs to make up a set. Having said this the higher quality ladies packaged sets will carry a bit more of a premium price.

It depends on your choice of brand, your budget and how often you plan to use the clubs to make the final decision on which set you would like.

Still Confused? Ask Questions In Comments

We hope our best ladies golf clubs for beginners review has helped you make an informed choice on the right clubs for your game, but if your still have questions just leave a comment below and we will respond within 24 hours!

About the author 

Jason Mylroie

Been hooked on golf since I was 12 and lived on a golf estate while at school. Began to work in Golf Industry during university and spent a year on the Sunshine Tour as a media operator. Subsequently became deputy editor of Compleat Golfer in South Africa for 5 years, specializing in equipment and travel reviews. After that I became a consultant to a major golf chain, testing and reviewing all equipment. Also a Callaway custom fitter and play off a 2 handicap when actually getting the chance to play!

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  1. I play with the Addams Idea club set. Liked the set but replaced driver. I usually score between 98-108 on courses. I need a new set but don’t think I’m ready for individual club purchase. My drive is usually 150+yards and have been told my swing speed is faster than most women. Do not want the Addams idea or cobra. What set would you recommend. I consider myself an intermediate player. Is Kalea, moda silk or Calloway Solaire a good choice. I would consider buying just irons and mix my hybrids in the set. My driver, though, is ready for retirement. Need professional help and direction.

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