The problem with most amateur golfers is that they have no idea how far they carry the ball with most of their clubs.
Carry yardage is incredibly important, it is the number guys on the PGA Tour MUST have.
What we’ve seen over the years with most amateurs, especially the higher handicappers — 15 and above — is that they think they hit the ball farther than they actually do.
My favorite place to find golf balls is on a hole where there are woods down the right side. Go out to about 180-200 yards and that’s where all the golf balls are. Why? Higher handicappers are looking 30 yards farther up.
Best way to find your numbers is a portable device you can use on the range.
Enter the Swing Caddie.
It’s about the size of a cell phone, easy to store in your golf bag.
It has the three most important pieces of information — carry distance, swing speed and ball speed. For the bashers, there is also the “smash factor.”
If you’ve been shopping and haven’t considered this sort of device, the good folks at Swing Caddie have a special deal for our readers.
Go to this site and get yourself a nice discount — then find out how short you really hit the golf ball!!