Best Club of Each Type in Golf Clash

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Having this spreadsheet allows us to easily determine what the “best” club of each type is. Best is subjective here (of course) because a club can have a really low value for a stat you’re looking for, however, it can be much higher than the rest of the field in other stats (thus giving it a higher % Perfect Weighted score).

If this is the only information you’re interested in, you don’t have to look at any complicated spreadsheet. Here’s a table with that information:

Club Type Club Name Club Level
Driver The Apocalypse 7
Wood The Cataclysm 7
Long Iron The B52 7
Short Iron The Hornet 8
Wedge The EndBringer 7
Rough Iron Nirvana 8
Sand Wedge Spitfire 7

These are the clubs you’re going to want to save your resources for. Be conscious of your experience while playing Golf Clash, though. https://www.gclashcheats.com/ Do you plan to play the game long-term and farm for the best possible clubs? If so, you’re probably going to only want to spend your gems on the clubs above.

If you’re a more casual player, you can check out the difference in % Perfect Weighted back on our spreadsheet. For example, if you really want a good Long Iron but can’t get your hands on The B52 and already have Tsunami, the % Perfect Weighted difference between a Level 7 B52 and Tsunami is just 0.4%. Just put those levels into your Tsunami.

However, you need to be mindful of the strengths and weaknesses of every club. For example, The Amazon is the second-highest rated Rough Iron in terms of % Perfect Weighted, but its Ball Guide stat is very bad at just 2.5.

However, the Curl, Back Spin, and Top Spin on this club is high above the Level 8 Nirvana, which is the top-rated Rough Iron. Ball Guide is generally an extremely important stat for Rough Irons though. This is why calling any club the best is a bit subjective. You need to really read into the stats.