Do you really know how far you hit the ball?
Whatever level of golf you play, there are always things you can do to improve, whether it’s short game, driving, course management or iron play. These can all take some time and eﬀort to get significant improvement.
However, the quickest and easiest way to improve your golf at any level, from Professional to a beginner, is knowing how far you hit the golf ball.
Now, we aren’t talking about how far it rolls out to; we are talking about how far the ball flies through the air to landing.
Knowing your numbers and having a regular club gapping session are so key to getting those handicaps down.
Many ranges are now adding club testing technology to their set-up, from Trackman, Top Tracer, to our own preferred system, Foresight Sports and the GC Quad.
The good news is that you can now – in as little as an hour – hit shots with every club in your bag and get an average distance you hit the ball.
How many times have you stood on a par 3 or in the fairway, having to carry the ball 150 yards over a bunker or water, pulled out the 7 iron and come up short?
Suddenly, and before you know where you are, you hit the self-destruct button right?