You're a 9 handicap and complaining of being short?
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I think he meant short in stature, not the length he hits the golf ball. But hey, that won't necessarily hold you back. Rickie Fowler and Rory McIlroy are 5'8" to 5'9" and they can knock the ball out there a ways.
I think this must be a video game output. 161 yards on the last round average for a 9i seems a little high, and he only hit 3 clubs the last round other than the driver.
Does it take the distance from the swing or do you have yo drive/walk up to the ball to get the distance of it ?
Driver - Yonex (can't remember model)
3 Wood - Callaway Diablo Octane
Hybrid - Taylormade Rocketballz Stage 2
Irons - Titleist DCI 822-OS
LW - Vokey Spin Milled
Distances are about:
Driver: 240-300 (Very sporadic and I'm told the Yonex I use wouldn't conform to the latest tour guides. When it goes off the middle it goes miles)
3 Wood: 220-240
4 Iron: 180-195
5 Iron: 170-185
6 Iron: 160-175
7 Iron: 150-165
8 Iron: 140-155
9 Iron: 130-145
PW: Depends on grip position - 80, 100, 125
SW: Depends on grip position - 10-80
LW - Anything, it does what it wants
Swing speed is in the 90's, or at least was showing that when doing relaxed swings with the Hybrid I bought recently.
Going by just the matching clubs in my bag, burner plus irons/wedges:
These are rough estimate yardages based solely on on course play, though it is with using gps. These are subject to change with my swing changes I'm working on. Trying to shorten my backswing on irons and it may bring yardage down by 5-10 yards per club or it may stay the same. Normal, in the fairway, drives range from 260-280 with good drives hitting 290-300 and bad drives being 240-250 *all fairway only measurements*. I don't have any distances for my sw or lw because I try not to hit them full swing. I don't have any fw woods or hybrids either,
Not sure exactly mate, but I believe it's to something to do with the grooves or the size of the sweet spot on the driver.
The model is a yonex v-mass plus 400. Seems like the whole range of V-mass are listed as non-comforming on the list, but I don't exactly know why. My dad passed it on to me as he had to change it for this reason also.
It does go ridiculously far to be fair, so it's a laugh to play with, but it doesn't really work for me too well so will be looking to replace it soon anyway