The 6 Best Women’s Golf Club Sets of 2023

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TripSavvy's Pick

We love the Callaway Strata Tour 16-Piece Women’s Set (view on Amazon) for its top-of-the-line design. The wide-ranging 16-piece club selection sets up golfers for most situations they’ll encounter on the course and suits players with a variety of handicaps. We like the Confidence Lady Power III set as a cost-effective way to get all the essentials for a value pick.

Whether you’re taking a family golf vacation or an advanced player touring the top courses, a quality set of clubs is essential. The best women’s clubs share many of the same technologies that make men’s clubs great; however, these clubs are designed particularly for women’s stance, frame, and needs. With so many options on the market, it’s easy to become overwhelmed. And with price tags starting at several hundred dollars and climbing from there, you’ll want to ensure you’re making the right investment.

We’ve scoured the latest gear to bring you the best women’s golf clubs on the market.

Best Overall

Callaway Strata Women's Complete Golf Club Set

Strata Women's Clubs


What We Like
  • Extensive selection of clubs

  • Lightweight

What We Don't Like
  • Some reviewer noticed denting early on

It should be no surprise that one of the top brand names in golf gear, Callaway, makes a superior women’s set of clubs. The Strata Tour 16-piece set emphasizes forgiveness and performances that many levels of golfers appreciate. You can play a lot of golf with the selection of clubs in this set. It includes a driver, 3 wood, 4 and 5 hybrid, 6 to 9 irons, a pitching wedge, and a Sand wedge. The set comes in a lightweight stand bag with four head covers. The choice of clubs matches women’s needs. For example, the driver has a titanium head perfect for maximizing distance. The fairway wood has an aerodynamic head shape that tees up long, high-flying shots. For the putter, a mallet putter (instead of a blade putter) is also more forgiving.

Price at time of publish: $646.21

Best Budget

Ray Cook Ladies Gyro Golf Set

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What We Like
  • Affordable

  • Covers the essentials

What We Don't Like
  • Lacks more advanced pieces

If you’re a fan of affordably priced courses, you’re probably also a fan of value-priced clubs. You don't have to break the bank to enjoy a day of golf and the Ladies Gyro Set from Ray Cook provides the essential equipment. The set includes a driver, a 3-wood, a 6-hybrid, the 6 iron through Sand Wedge, a mallet putter, and a cart bag with numerous pockets. Thanks to Hyper Titanium and graphite shafts in the driver and fairway wood, beginners will find easy hits. The lightweight cart bag also features a rain hood and you get headcovers for the woods and hybrid.

Price at time of publish: $249.99

Best Advanced

Callaway Golf 2021 REVA Complete Golf Set

Callaway Reva 11-Piece Complete Set


What We Like
  • Full set

  • Technical innovations

What We Don't Like
  • Expensive

These high-quality clubs are designed for serious players seeking to add distance, enhance accuracy, and shoot lower scores. And they come with a price tag to match. A titanium driver that emphasizes forgiveness leads the way in this complete set. The set also includes a 3 wood, 5, and 6 hybrid, irons 7 to 9, pitching and sand wedges, a putter, a cart bag, and five head covers. The putter is Callaway’s premium Stroke Lab shaft putter, which features graphite and steel to increase putt tempo and consistency.

Price at time of publish: $1,299.99

Best for Seniors

TaylorMade Golf Kalea Women’s Golf Club Set

 TaylorMade Golf Kalea Complete Golf Set


What We Like
  • Ultralight construction

  • Speed pockets on the heads

  • Includes a spider putter

What We Don't Like
  • Bag can be unwieldy when carried

The Taylor Made Golf Kalea set features an ultra-lightweight construction that counteracts diminishing swing speeds and driving distances that senior golfers may experience. The set is composed of a driver, 3 wood, 5 wood, 5 rescue, 6 rescue, irons 7 to 9, pitching and sand wedges, and a putter. The clubs are optimized for length, loft, and design to cover all the distances you’ll need within the set. The set includes a premium spider putter that should lead to increased control—and confidence—on the green.

Price at time of publish: $1,499.99

Best for Petite Golfers

Palm Springs Golf Visa Lady Petite

Golf Visa Lady Petite


What We Like
  • Large, forgiving driver

What We Don't Like
  • Strict return policy

Measuring an inch shorter than standard ladies’ sets, the Palm Spring Golf Visa set is geared to petite women 5 feet 6 inches and below. The set includes a driver, 3 wood, two hybrids, irons 6 to 9, a pitching wedge, a putter, and a bag. All clubs feature lightweight graphite shafts, and many are designed to pack a punch. The heavy-hitting 460cc (the biggest allowed) driver is designed for distance and forgiveness; it has a huge sweet spot that may mean you’re calling fewer mulligans on the course.

Price at time of publish: $299.99

Best for Travel

Callaway Women’s Solaire 11-Piece Set

Callaway Clubs

Dick's Sporting Goods

What We Like
  • Streamlined solution for travel

What We Don't Like
  • Expensive

This down-to-basics ladies' flex set is a streamlined solution for travel. The set includes a driver, 3 wood, 5 and 6 hybrids, irons 7 to 9, pitching and sand wedges, and a putter in a lightweight cart bag with four head covers. Even with a simplified set, you won't sacrifice performance. This set is engineered with speed-generating graphite shafts and high-COR clubfaces that create greater swings and ball speeds. All that adds up to greater distances course performance, whether playing in Florida or golf's birthplace.

Price at time of publish: $799.99

What to Look for in Women's Golf Clubs

Shaft Material

Women’s clubs generally feature a graphite shaft, which decreases the club weight. With a lighter weight, women can increase swing speed and overall distance.

Grip Size and Comfort

Women’s clubs are made with smaller grips—since their hands are generally not as large as men’s. The grips are also made thinner. Make sure your grip allows your hands to be in the proper position and that you can maintain consistent grip pressure throughout your swing.


Clubs are designated as “Ladies” flexibility, which is related to your swing speed and strength. If possible, locate clubs with stiff, regular, and senior shafts as opposed to those with a universal shaft.

Frequently Asked Questions
  • What’s the difference between men’s and women’s clubs?

    The first difference is length. Men’s clubs are designed to fit people who are 5 feet, 9 inches tall, while women’s clubs are better suited to people 5 feet, 7 inches tall. With this in mind, taller women can often play with men’s clubs. Cindy Miller, who competed on the LPGA Tour from 1979 to 1981 and was the 2018 National LPGA Teacher of the year, observes that arm length plays a role in club choice. “I happen to be 5 feet 6 inches tall and use men’s clubs because I have short arms,” she writes. “The number of inches your knuckle is from the ground determines the length of clubs. If your knuckle is 30 or more inches from the ground, you will need men’s clubs. If your knuckle is between 26.5 and 29.5 inches from the ground, ladies’ length clubs are for you.” Length isn’t the only difference. Women’s clubs are also customarily designed with lighter shafts, smaller grips, a greater loft angle, and more flexibility.

  • Should I buy individual clubs or a set?

    It’s generally less expensive to purchase a set than individual clubs in the long run. If you’re a newcomer to the game, sets also allow you to experiment with the spectrum of clubs and fine-tune your tastes. You can always supplement or swap out clubs as your preferences develop.

  • Do I need to get my golf clubs fitted?

    If you want to play well, yes. Ideally, you should have a golf pro help fit your clubs. “Your golf clubs are one of the most important parts of your game. Correctly fitted clubs or incorrectly fitted clubs will seriously impact your game and affect your handicap,” says golf pro Oneda Castillo, based out of Fayetteville, Georgia. When fitting clubs, the pro should consider your swing speed, age, height, skill level (handicap), 150-yard club use, and ball fitting.

Why Trust TripSavvy

Ashley M. Biggers started golfing with her grandfather when she was six years old. She started golfing with her grandmother’s clubs a couple of years later and has played ever since. TripSavvy roundups are researched extensively by the writer.

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