Hey George here,
If you want to know how to shoot a lower golf score, then I’m glad you stumbled across this site and I strongly suggest you keep reading…
This is my uncensored, uncut story of how I finally managed to shoot the lower golf score that I always wanted. The highs, the lows, what didn’t work and finally the one thing that got me the distance and accuracy I was looking for.
Here is a chart of average golf club distances. Now, I say average because there is always somebody who will hit it shorter or longer than these numbers. This chart lists distances for each club and gives numbers for short-medium-long hitters on each. One other interesting fact – according to Golf Digest – is that most amateurs average somewhere around 195-205 yards with their drivers. So keep this in mind the next time you’re on the tee box.
Golf Club Distance Chart
Ever since I started playing golf I always wanted to improve my game. After my first season of playing I was shooting around 120! Not exactly where I wanted to be. I would see a lot of my buddies or co-workers or even other people I got paired up with at the golf course shooting in the 90’s and even 80’s (I don’t think anyone shooting in the 70’s ever wanted to play with me!) Meanwhile, I just couldn’t drop my score very much!
I wanted to be like them – I wanted to hit my golf clubs longer, keep my golf ball on the fairway, know how to get out of trouble… the lot! So, one day I thought I’d do something about it…So I started taking some golf lessons. I definitely saw some improvement. The biggest thing I was learning were good golf swing mechanics (grip, posture, etc…). After a while though, the problem was that the lessons started to cost a lot of money and I had to adhere to a scheduled appointment with the instructor. Even though I saw some results and my score dropped to around 105, I was still way behind where I wanted to be and behind everyone else that I knew.
That’s when I started to search for a better solution…one that I could learn at my own pace and practice what I really saw was helping me!
I started reading some of the more famous golf instruction books out there (you can see links to them on this page). They were good and helped a little bit but the problem was that they were static. You see, like most people, I am a very visual learner. I learn best by a combination of reading, pictures and videos.
That is what led me to seek out other types of golf instruction to help my golf club distances to go up while keeping the ball flight how I wanted it. I started ordering and reviewing many, many online courses. Most of them were not very good!
Anyway, I kept at it and kept trying all these courses until finally I discovered a program that made a huge improvement! It was exactly what I was looking for… easy to understand, convenient to use, not expensive, intuitive and guaranteed to lower my score within just a couple of weeks!
I’m still using it to this day and the results are just getting better and better! … But the only thing is that, you have to stick to it! But I think if you’re serious about lowering your golf score then you’ll be fine…
I hope you found this information is useful in your search for golf club distances and how to increase them… and you can click here to check out what worked for me.
Until next time….