It will take just a few moments to find the perfect height for your driver tee shots, and thanks to a handy trick we are going to offer later in this section, you shouldn’t need to repeat this process anytime soon. The patience you show throughout this process will be rewarded down the line when you are a vastly better golfer than in years gone by. Golf is such a great game in large part because there is always something to work on, and always something new to learn. By this point, you should have just about all of the information you need on tee height as it relates to hitting drivers. As a general rule when teeing up for the driver, at least half the ball should be above the club’s crown, but the bottom of the ball should never be above the crown. To be sure, every golfer would love to be able to a higher percentage of great drives during each and every round.

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What’s the first thing a golfer does on every hole? In this article, we are going to take a heiggt look at this seemingly minor point. I moved from a 9. Unfortunately, I play with many Sr.

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By marking your tees, of course. You should now be down close where you can get a good look at both the driver head and the golf ball itself. Instead of just standing over the ball and hoping for the best, you need to have a detailed plan in mind before starting your swing.

This is the right tee height for almost every player. Tee It Up — The driver should be no more than one-third of the way up the ball. However, you need to be sure to avoid wasting this advantage. I hit the big boys and think they definatley increase distance AFTER a period of experimenting with proper tee height and swing plane—I found a baseball style swing works for me otherwise I tend to get skyballs.


As we move forward in this article, we will help you find the perfect tee height, and we will help you repeat that height time after time as the years go by. However, there are a few other important points we would like to make about driving the golf ball in general.

Hitting the ball off of a tee is far easier than hitting it from the ground, and you will be able to achieve tremendously more distance as a result. October 15, Administrator 1. I am a little confused with tip 3. Normally I do not read article on blogs, however I would like to say that this write-up hheight pressured me to take a look at and do so!

Beginner Golf Tip: Correct Tee Height for Hitting the Driver

As for tip 3, the main idea is that the hottest part of the face is dead square center. On the driving rangeexperiment with different teeing heights to find what works best for you. It is great to have a standard tee height prepared when you head to the course. If the ball is teed too heighht or too low for the club you’re using, you’ll put yourself at a disadvantage before swinging.

In this section, we are going to explain why tee height matters in the first place. In other words, the top line of the clubface should intersect the ball somewhere between the ball’s center and bottom.

The action the ball gets off of the clubface is fantastic! I actually use my Cobra three wood for a lot of drives that require tighter accuracy. Tee the ball up on a long tee, and set your driver head down behind the ball as if you were preparing to hit a shot. This is perfectly hdight, since their primary objective is to get the ball airborne.


Beginner Golf Tip: Correct Tee Height for Hitting the Driver

Fortunately, the process of finding the ideal tee height for your game is going to be a pretty simple one. Since you have already taken the step of marking your tees to place them heighr the ground at a consistent height, making adjustments on the fly should be no problem at all.

Codrect all of the USGA restrictions on club head construction, finding the correct shaft is where you can get the most game improvement. All of the content below is written from the perspective of a right-handed golfer. While you are working on finding the right tee height for your driver, you should be thinking about other subtle areas of your game where you can find improvement as well.

I regarded on the internet for the difficulty and found most people will go along with together with your website. As you are down checking on your tee height, your goal is to move the ball into a position where half of the golf ball is above the top line of the driver as it is sitting on the ground. If the ball sits too high, however, the clubhead may slide completely underneath it, causing the ball to hit to top of the club.