A good beginner club takes into account the challenges beginners face, in particular, increasing the accuracy of the club swing. In this case, a club with a larger head is best, as it increases the club surface area and thus the likelihood of contact. An offset club head is also helpful, allowing for a few more seconds before contact and creating a more forgiving swing.
When selecting irons, beginners should look for those that have what is known as perimeter weighting. This means that the heel and toe of the iron are weighted, in addition to the center. For beginners, a perimeter-weighted iron will help give the shot power, even if the ball is hit off-center.
These specifications will help enhance the beginner experience and aid in the learning process.