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Finally an opinion on this!
Makes perfect sense. Thanks
Great video and very helpful. Thanks.
i want to send you a video of my swing for some tips as i am hooking the ball extremely pls reply me on [email protected] com really need some help
I have been teeing up to high and slicing sometime shanking but never hooking, so I tend to use no tee or now a very small green graduated tee mixed results some of the better results are compressing the ball off the tee around the nine iron and pitching wedge sometimes 8 but 7 downwards needs a tee !!
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your the best thanks
i just got a golf net and this really helped
Are there any circumstances where it would be beneficial to hit the ball from higher off the face? How does an impact high on the face impact e.g. spin or height of the shot?
hard to practice that at a driving range because you hit off of mats and rubber tees… and the tees aren't that low.
Adam, I'm starting to see how these small and precise changes in ball height and position can make such a difference to the game. I realize now how lazy and careless I have been with ball position.
Off a tee, you still need to have some secondary tilt with both 4 and 9 irons?
so Adam, you make great videos – one question, if we are to hit the ball the same way whether on the tee or on the fairway with the irons, why tee the ball at all? Just wondering, thanks!
On par 3's I tend to push the ball out to the right when I have my clubface pointed right on line to the target but the ball still steers off to the right a little and I miss the green on the right side. Any idea what may be causing this?? Swing path? Late release? Thank you Adam.
Adam, your videos are amazing. Such a great job of explaining the problem and the solutions.
In the video, "par 3" is always mentioned. I am very new to golf. When are you allowed/not permitted to use a tee in your shot? Is it permitted only when at the driving point/beginning a hole? Only for a Par 3 hole?
I don't tee up on irons on Tees coz I think the pros don't
I dont tee it up on par 3's, I usually find a higher spot in the grass.
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i am watching your video from new zealand.,great video, thanks
My question on the use of a tee is about distance. How much farther should I expect to hit an iron when using a tee? I play a par three course and I often use a tee with irons. I seem to get more distance off a tee. Is that normal?
Very interesting and something to experiment with. I'm lucky my small driving range provides covered bays or grass, and a nice chipping area. You will be suprised very few use the chipping area. Instead go straight to the long hitting. I am told that pros start from the small clubs and work there way up.
Wow. Great video! I always buy shorter, white tees for par 3's, and longer brown tees for the driver. That makes them easier to identify when I reach for one in my pocket or golf bag. However, I do realize now that I was teeing my irons way too high on the tee, especially when using a 4 or 5 iron off the tee! Thanks for the great advice.
Wow, I just learned something here.
What about just hitting the ball off the ground?
I top the ball so I love teeing it up very high but I know in the long run this is hurting me.
Great review. I will try it with my hybrids. Spider Dubiel
So fundamental, yet so few mention it…
Thank you Adam. I regularly play on a course that has a good amount of par 3s. I use hybrids and wedges. My Hybrids are #3, # 4, # 5 and #6. Ping G 410s . Only irons I use are Cleveland CBX Wedges. I have been teeing them just a hair off of the ground like you showed here. Thanks for confirming what I thought was best. Love your golf tutorials. Great stuff. Thank you.. Spider Dubiel
Sound advice, Thanks
straight to the point, not like these other golf instructors on youtube who talk rubbish for 15 minutes with 1 minute of instruction.
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