The Best - Callaway's REVA set is the best combination of price to performance we found. It is very forgiving but also packs length and accuracy at the same time.
Engineered For Women - While all reviewed sets are for women, the TaylorMade Kalea has the most women-specific features to fit your game.
Best Hybrids - Cobra invented the hybrid club and this set has the best complement of hybrids.
Fit Your Budget - At half the price of some of the other options, the Wilson is an excellent choice geared towards a beginner or intermediate golfer
Iron Accuracy - Cleveland Golf made their mark with high loft wedges in the 90s and has applied that quality to their entire iron line
Forgiving - The large sweet spot allows you to hit balls a bit off of center with a straighter trajectory than other models. It comes with a bag as well.
Features! - With ultra-lightweight construction, high loft, premium high-flex shafts and a premium putter, TaylorMade has checked all of the boxes for a women's golf set.
Long Approach Shots - If you tend to hit longer approach shots, the Cobra set's extra hybrids give you more accuracy into the green.
Price - surprisingly high level of quality at the price-point. A solid set
Greens In Regulation - Approach and chip shots will be less concerning with the Cleveland iron line in your bag. Their 56-degree wedge really shines
Loft - These clubs tend to hit a high loft ball, some may want lower loft on their shots
Price - This is one of the higher priced women's golf sets. Its very high quality, but some may find a better fit at a lower price-point
Putter - We found the mallet putter to be more difficult to use than other options
Sizing - We found the iron shaft length a little long.
Woods - We found their woods to be less accurate than other models especially when compared to their irons.