What Are Square Two Golf Clubs?

By Mike Reynolds

There are many different kinds of golf clubs sold around the world for golfers with varying levels of experience. Some companies produce hundreds of different clubs that tailor to the specific needs of individual golfers, while other companies produce a smaller number of clubs for a general group of golfers. Square Two was founded in 1974 and produces golf clubs for both men and women.


Square Two produces full sets of golf clubs that come with a driver, fairway woods, hybrid irons (clubs that look like a fairway wood but produce a ball flight similar to an iron shot), fairway irons and a putter. Square Two drivers are made out of titanium. Their fairway woods, hybrid clubs and irons are made out of stainless steel and graphite, and their putters are made out of stainless steel.

Women's Golf Clubs

Square Two offers three complete sets of clubs made specifically for women -- Bliss, Finesse and Selene -- and each includes a driver, fairway woods, hybrid clubs, fairway irons, a putter, clubhead covers and a golf bag. The Bliss set is an 18-piece set with clubs designed specifically for a women's swing. The Finesse set is an 18-piece set that's the most affordable of Square Two's women's clubs. The Selene set is a 17-piece set geared towards women just getting into the game. This set offers engraved inspirational thoughts on each of the clubs in the set.

Men's Golf Clubs

Square Two offers one set of men's golf clubs as of January 2011: the E.T.H. series. The E.T.H. series, which stands for "Easy To Hit," is a 17-piece set that includes a driver, fairway woods, hybrid clubs, fairway irons, a putter, clubhead covers and a golf bag. The E.T.H. hybrid clubs replace the traditionally harder-to-hit long irons; they're shaped to be more forgiving on off-center hits. The irons are built with progressively wider soles for the best launch angles. They're also slightly off-set, which helps to square the clubface at impact.


Square Two golf clubs can be purchased through online golf merchandise retailers or at larger golf retail stores. When purchasing a full set of golf clubs, it's often a good idea to go to a store to talk to a golf professional directly. They can help you select the right clubs for your level of experience. You can also contact Square Two directly for information.


About the Author

Mike Reynolds has been writing professionally for over seven years. He is the editor of, and copywriter for, the Canadian Blood Services employee newsletter and manages and prepares content for the employee Intranet. Reynolds holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Carleton University and a diploma with honors in public relations from Algonquin College.

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