Golf Club Distance can vary, but it shouldn’t. You should know the distance you can hit each club. Do you Take Enough Club?
Hey, Quite The Chap here for GolfersRX. I hit my 9 iron 175 yards one time. So now, naturally, I try and hit my 9 iron 175 yards…in today’s video.
Golf Club Distance
This is not a new issue. It’s been lingering for as long as egos have existed. Sometimes being short of the pin or even the green is not a bad play. But if you’re consistently leaving your shots short, it’s because you don’t hit that club that far!
This is a simple fix to figure out your Golf Club Distance on the driving range or a quiet evening at the golf course.
Use the 100-yard marker as a target and figure out which club gets you there consistently.
Then do the same for the 150-yard marker.
These two clubs alone will give you a better idea of how far you hit each club.
If you have access to a portable launch monitor…even better! Use it! It’ll save you strokes.
You can make a golf club distance chart or track your golf club distance average, but that is for breaking 80!
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