The answer to this is it depends. It depends upon your age, the quality of your club, the ball you are using, the conditions etc etc.
However, if you are an average player then typically you will probably be hitting it an average of 130 yards. Subsequent clubs are about 10 yards different i.e 7 iron is 140, 6 iron is 150. -
3 hours and just a simple starter set
A golf school would likely teach a beginner some of the basic golf shots. They would learn how to hit long shots as well as chipping and putting. The rules of the game are another important part of any beginners' training.
your golf club should be 4"
Without stop should take about 8 minutes for a beginner unless he or she is pretty fast. Say 6 - 8 minutes?
Hybrids are designed to replace long irons, so the hybrids replace a 1,2,3,4 and even 5 iron.
Long irons are usually a 2,3,4 and even 5 iron. They have quite long shafts and have very little loft. They are usually difficult to hit for a beginner, and even a professional.
A 5 iron is quite a hard club to hit because it could be considered a long iron, with a longer shaft and the face has little loft. I would say it all depends on age, weight, strength and how good your swing is. Most beginners think the harder they swing the further they hit it, this is wrong, if you get into a good rhythm you will find the middle of the club and the ball will go well. I would say if you hit it 150 yards you are doing well, as you progress you will begin to hit it farther. A pro like Tiger Woods would hit a 5 iron around 190-200 yards.
3 or 4 hours, but varies.
naruto, sailor moon but they are very long if you want a short one you should watch masamune kuns revenge
About 5 minutes at a comfortable pace.It depends on how fast you pedal.
For a top athlete it should take about an hour. A beginner prob an hour and a half
That really depends on the specific golf cart and its combined battery capacities.
You should go to a local golf shop and get custom fit. It depends on how long your arms are and other factors. You may need an extra inch or so.
It should be about up to your shoulder, off your foot [with out a shoe on].
When I ran my first 5k I took 45 minutes. I think around that time.
Depends what golf course it is. Cimmie.
It depends on the club. Drivers are the longest clubs - most of them have shafts of around 45". A 3 iron will have a longer shaft than a 4 iron; the clubs get sequentially shorter as the numbers get higher. Putters are the shortest clubs in general, with the exception of belly and long putters. If you are referring to the average length of the golf clubs in a set, take out your 5 iron and measure that.
About a middle finger above your hips.
A good idea is a large headed high lofted (10.5 degrees plus) and a regular flex shaft. There may be a temptation to get a 9.5 stiff and try and hit it as far as you can, but the first driver i suggested will pay dividends in the long term. The driver is a hard club to hit for beginners due to it's low loft and long shaft.
Standard length should be about right, but you could get custom fit if your are uncomfortable.
Miniature golf courses can be anywhere from 50 to 100 yards long.
The 2010 Volkswagen Golf is 13 ft. 9.4 in. (165.4 in.) long.
The 2001 Volkswagen Golf is 13 ft. 8.9 in. (164.9 in.) long.