Know what your clubs can do!

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This Golden Tee article was submitted by Baxter — thanks for your comments!

Learn the distances with spin, without spin, with varying winds, etc. Don’t blame the hammer if you can’t build a house. As I noted before, I can back up a 3-iron to 177 yards about 90% of the time assuming a neutral wind, no major elevation changes, and not much slope on the green. Learn how your clubs react in the fairway, first cut, rough, fringe, etc. Learn how high a particular club will get off the ground (good for uphill shots).

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  1. To all new players it should be pointed out that there is a practice area that cost a $1 for 25 balls. The only down fall is you can only use stock clubs but it lets you learn how to putt, chip, sand shots and drive. Hint: if you use the volume buttons (buttons on the left) you can change the slope of the green.

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