Can someone direct me to a FAQ or list of general distances of ball flight
Seems as though I saw something that was listed by golfers height?
Thanks in advance.
>Seems as though I saw something that was listed by golfers height?
As for average distances, they wouldn't really do any good since the
standard deviation is so great and really has little to do with the skill
level of the golfer. The best golfer I personally know hits the ball very
short, but don't play him for money.
> Can someone direct me to a FAQ or list of
> general distances of ball flight per club?
Driver = 145-265
3W = 150-235
4W = 170-195
3I = 45-185
4I = 115-180
5I = 95-165
6I = 80-155
7I = 120-150
8I = 120-150
9I = 75-135
PW = 25-130
AW = 25-100
SW = 15-90
LW = 5-70
> >Can someone direct me to a FAQ or list of general distances of ball
> >per club?
> >Seems as though I saw something that was listed by golfers height?
> Height? This has nothing to do with distance.
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"average 300 with their driver." They never seem to remember those 145
drives. Lately, I've added incredible yardage (for me) to my irons.
I'm not sure where it has come from, or how long it will stay, but I'm
enjoying it for now. I've added my yardages below. I've spent several
years developing and confirming the twelve yard distance between clubs.
It has only come through extensive record keeping.
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I think on the PGA tour, you see the advantage of height generally play out
because they all have good technique and strength. But then, you have your
occasional short guy that is real long like Ian Woosnam and Ben Hogan.
Today, most of the long guys on tour are over 5'10", but Shigeki Maruyama
is 26th on driving distance at 5'7" and Carl Paulson is 13th and he's 5'9".
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> > Driver = 145-265
> > 3W = 150-235
> > 4W = 170-195
> > 3I = 45-185
> > 4I = 115-180
> > 5I = 95-165
> > 6I = 80-155
> > 7I = 120-150
> > 8I = 120-150
> Did you intend for the 7I and 8I distances to be the same?
All of my short to mid irons are fairly consistent for distance but there is
a large range for the longer clubs
Your clubs go the same distance? What, is this a Tommy Bolt thing or
-Larry ( Will wear his Titleist kevlar golf cap next time)
Driver - 220-260
3W - 200
5W - 190
7W - 180
4I - 175
5I - 165
6I - 155
7I - 145
8I - 135
9I - 125
PW (46*) - 115
10I (50*) - 100
11I (56*) - 85
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> Seems as though I saw something that was listed by golfers height?
> Thanks in advance.
8.5 degree driver; 0-280 (230-280 well struck)
15 degree 3(4)W; 0-230 (195-230 well struck)
21 degree Jackaroo; 0-210 (140-210 well struck...versatile little guy!)
4I 24 degree; 0-195 (175-195 well struck)
5I 28 degree; 0-185 (160-185 well struck)
6I 32 degree; 0-165 (150-165 well struck)
7I 36 degree; 0-160 (140-160 well struck)
8I 40 degree; 0-150 (135-150 well struck)
9I 44 degree; 0-140 (120-140 well struck)
50 degree wedge; 0-130 (100-130 well struck)
56 degree wedge; 0-100 (80-100 well struck)
60 degree wedge; 0-80 (40-80 well struck)
putter 3 degree; 0-10
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