Any where from 120-140 and if you crush it I say about 150.
A nine iron is a club used from about 40 to 50 yards away all depends on how far you hit the golf ball so if you dont hit it very far probobly 20 to 30 yards
Cape Town contain thick air density due to being at low altitued Hit golf ball with 8 iron for distance 120 m Johannesburg contain thin air density due to being at higher altitued Hit golf ball with 8 iron for distance 130m Therefore increase 10m on each iron when visiting JHB to play golf
About 170 with his 9 iron, it was unbelievable
depends who you are, what you play like and how far you want to hit it
It depends on how hard you throw them!
A one handed 6 iron, it went 300 yards.
Apparently it was a one handed 6 iron which went about 300 yards.
Depending on the ability of the player, a 4 iron would be 180-200 and 4 wood 210-230 yards.
Not necessary as far as I know.
100 to 150 yards
a 12 year old boy should be able to hit his driver about 180 or farther. 3 wood should go about 150, 3 iron 140 5 iron 130 6 iron 120 7 iron 110 8 iron 100 9 iron 90 PW 80 SW 65 LW 50 I hit my driver 200, 3 iron 150, 8 iron 120 and PW 95. I am 10-11 and i hit a driver 210 yards
3-wood or 3-iron? It depends on how far you hit the ball with that particular club and where your ball currently lies.
Not far enough!
190-220 depending on your size.
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Could be when you hit a golf ball higher than you usually do and it goes not as far or maybe as far as your usual distance.
A golf ball would bounce far higher than a baseball. This is because a golf ball has been specifically designed to harness the energy it receives and get the most from it. Imagine how far a golf ball would go if you hit it with a baseball bat- pretty far, and how far a baseball would go if you hit it with a golf club-virtually no where.
Most golf GPS systems can pick up the full size of a golf course. There ar golf GPS systems that have the ability to automatically pick up any golf course that you are on as well as keep track of your score and calculate how far a golf ball will go when hit.
you use muscles and have to plan different Angles need to guess how far the ball should go.
From a rules and scoring perspective, each time you swing at the golf ball it's called a "stroke". Every stroke counts (no matter how far or IF the ball moves) for your total score.
you tell me
You must be opening the club face at impact or else you have the ball too far forward causing a launch that is too high.