Depends how badly you hit it. You could only produce those results if you flopped it, aim left and open the face.
everyone plays a different game, but for myself, in meters Driver - 260m 3-wood - 210m 3iron - 180m 4iron - 165m 5iron - 155m 6iron - 145m 7iron - 135m 8iron - 120m 9iron - 110m pw - 100m full swing, and for the driver, as hard as i can. Current h'cap is 8.2 everyone plays a different game, but for myself, in meters Driver - 260m 3-wood - 210m 3iron - 180m 4iron - 165m 5iron - 155m 6iron - 145m 7iron - 135m 8iron - 120m 9iron - 110m pw - 100m full swing, and for the driver, as hard as i can. Current h'cap is 8.2 msn, email@example.com
My rule of thumb is the higher the loft place further back in your stance , I hit my 9 and 8 from the same spot and my 6 and 7 from the same spot. Line up middle to back starting with your 3iron.
usually a 3iron through pitching wedge or 4 through pw. a pitching wedge is considered an iron since its usually sold with an iron set so 7 or 8 depending if they use a 3 hybrid or 3 iron. some use more hybrids than others. its 14 clubs to a bag. a driver,wood,3h or 3i-pw,3 wedges and a putter.
There are a number of different golf clubs, and any variation of 13 plus one putter can be used. There would traditionally be a driver, with a loft of about 8.5-12.5 degrees, it is usually the longest club in the bag in regards to both shaft and distance. These nearly have a graphite shaft. Then some fairway woods, these usually come as a 3,5,7,9 and even 11 wood, they have quite low lofts on them and usually have graphite shafts however personal preference may lead to a player selecting a steel shaft. In recent years, hybrid clubs have become quite popular, these have the loft of some long irons but have the head design of fairway woods, the idea behind them is to help get the ball airborne with a lower centre of gravity, these can have steel or graphite shafts. Then the irons, iron sets come mainly 3 iron to pitching wedge, which is 8 irons with ascending lofts starting with 3 iron being the lowest with about 21 degrees and a pitching wedge with about 48 degrees. Most irons sets come with steel shafts, graphite shafts may also be used. In addition to the pitching wedge most players carry some extra wedges, usually a sand wedge 54-56 degrees and a lob wedge 58-60 degrees, although a gap wedge 50-52 degrees may be carried also, these nearly always have steel shafts. And finally the putter, a standard putter can range from 33- 35 inches in length, however there are variations including belly and chin putters which are much longer. So for example what may be called a traditional set might have, A driver, 3 and 5 fairway woods, 3iron - pitching wedge, a sand wedge, a lob wedge and a putter.
The distance between the lowest and highest tones a voice or instrument can produce is called "range."
No, they are more accustomed to sprinting, rather than long distance running.
No, their distance vision is rather poor.
All stars produce light rather than reflecting light.
For the same reason that you do not use millimeters to describe the distancefrom home to your school or office . . . they are too small, and they wouldproduce numbers that are too big to handle conveniently.For example:The distance from Earth to the nearest star outside of our solar systemis roughly39,733,980,000,000 kilometers. Would you rather work with that number, or with " 4.2 light years " ?
Earth has several abiotic factors that produce the main climate zones. Temperature, precipitation, distance from equator and distance from oceans, and soil.
To produce an echo, the sound wave bounces off a surface and then comes back to the origin with the appropriate lag for distance.
The wheelbase of the vehicle. Measured as the distance between the axles, rather than the actual wheels or tires. 121.2 in
Plants obtain glucose, or rather, produce them through photosynthesis.
It actually produce nothing, (I think so, but am not sure) it rather stores and secrete oxytocin and vassopressin produced by the hypothalamus.
Cell culture can be used to produce complex proteins.
Torque is the product of (force) x (distance from the center of rotation).So with a distance from the center that's large enough or small enough,any force can produce as much or as little torque as you want.
An organism that uses rather than produce is known as a consumer. These are commonly known as heterotrophs and they obtain their food from autotrophs.
They need to be kept at a lower temp than the rest of the body in order to produce the stuff that they produce.
it does not actually produce apple juices, rather it is used in the preparation of apple juices. They clear the juice as it contains pectinase enzyme.
A moving charge produces a current, or rather a time varying electric. A moving electron alone actually does not produce a magnetic field.
The US imports, exports, and produces clothes.