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post #577 of 1917
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Make sure to use the search function a2_wink.gif

http://thesandtrap.com/t/18426/average-distances-how-far-do-you-hit-each-club-and-dont-lie

 

He can't post in that thread, because, well . . .  you know (it's in the thread title).

post #578 of 1917
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He can't post in that thread, because, well . . .  you know (it's in the thread title).

 

ROFLMAO!!!  

post #579 of 1917

And how could he post his driver distance because, well, he doesn't have one, or it broke or it's made out of wood, or I forget all the other reasons.

post #580 of 1917

350 right down the middle. e2_whistling.gif

post #581 of 1917

230 on average, 240 sometimes.

post #582 of 1917

Hi.  4 iron is a 24 deg.  Not sure why the extra distance / gap between 4 iron & hybrid, but when recently in the US I was hunting for a used 21 degree Titleist 910H so I could increase the loft a little.  I play a links course right on the ocean and wind is a huge factor so distances often vary a bit too depending on wind direction.

post #583 of 1917

I play at altitude (2800 feet) and I typically make good contact with a hard swing.

post #584 of 1917

Can hit the high cut 220 to the long par 3s and the hard draw 360 to the short par 4s.  Sometimes I get in trouble on the 380-390 holes cause I try to drive the green and get myself in trouble.  Oh and I only play in Death Valley (super low altitude).  Some day I'll move to Denver so I can drive the short par 5 greens.

post #585 of 1917
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Originally Posted by KrazyTrain18 View Post

230 on average, 240 sometimes.

 

yep, me too.   

 

Working on incorporating more wrist hinge & trying to keep things under control while doing so ... when it works, it's at least 15-20 yards longer - quite amazing actually what this one little change does, everything else being equal.       

post #586 of 1917

250 on average.  I could probably muscle it out to 275 but lately Ive been working on slowing my swing down and having better tempo so that I keep it in the fairway more often.

post #587 of 1917

If I throw all caution to the wind and take a monster, wrist flipping swing...and my timing is ON...I can hit it 310. 

 

If I take a well controlled, safe swing with quiet hands... I hit about 270-275 average. I fly it about 260. I've been working on my upper body a lot, so I think that number is gonna increase a bit. 

post #588 of 1917

1760 yards, give or take.

post #589 of 1917

Really getting after it and having a few stars align... 300+ can happen. I have really focused on just hitting fairways this year and I'd say my average is close to 250. Swinging hard and going way off line is not worth it.

post #590 of 1917

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Originally Posted by KrazyTrain18 View Post

230 on average, 240 sometimes.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Kevin18 View Post

Hello,
On average I driver the ball around 246 yards, with the occasional 250 with a draw and 240 with a fade.

 

 

These are typical good drives, not averages, because nobody averages 5-10 yards less than their max. Nobody.

post #591 of 1917

all of my distances are in the -ish unit of measurement.

 

Driver 250-infinity and beyond (new driver, i have no clue what a true average would look like but i definitely picked up big yardage over my old 215-230)

3 wood 215-230

3 hybrid 200-210

4 180-190

5 170

6 160

7 150

8 through 58* i have no earthly idea. i use the 54* almost exclusively for sand shots, and i almost never end up between 130-100 left. if it's 100 or under i use the 58*.

 

the cleanest clubs in my bag are the 5, 8, 9, PW, and AW.

post #592 of 1917
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These are typical good drives, not averages, because nobody averages 5-10 yards less than their max. Nobody.

 

I agree with this..    My average is around 240. I have had a few in the 270+ range but those were anamolies.....   

post #593 of 1917

Working on upper body?  I think you should work on core and legs for more distance.
 

post #594 of 1917

Average carry on GOOD DRIVES, is 250-260. With a good bounce and great roll in the fairway, i've gotten to 290 yards, but that is not carry. That is with bounce and roll.

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