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Average Yards One Can Hit A Five Iron

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average yards one can hit a five iron


One of the main ingredients that determines how fast and long a golf ball can travel is the golf club. While it may seem obvious that the harder and faster you swing, the greater the force the ball has to fly with, but it gets a bit more technical than that.

The speed in which you swing your club depends on two things:

1. The club length.
2. The force which you put forward in your swing.

Keep in mind that not all clubs are built the same. You can swing a shorter club, such as the sand wedge, and give it all of your power and might, but the ball may only reach 40 to 50 mph.

A driver, on the other hand, which is the longest club you have, will cause the ball to reach double or even triple that speed.

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