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Golf Tip of the Fortnight
Another Distance Tip
Unless you're a very highly skilled player (say, a
single digit handicap) use your 3 wood if you want to hit
the ball for your maximum distance. I'm not kidding. Though it might be the
case that your longest shot out of every few is with a driver, it is a certainty
that for most recreational players their average distance will be greater with a 3 wood (OB's and lost balls count as negative yardage).
Not only will your average distance be longer by not using a driver, but your score will likely
improve as well: the wild variation in a driver's results usually means lost strokes.
Try this for a while and see what happens.
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