Posts Tagged ‘Golden Tee long drives’

Golden Tees for Beginners

By • Updated: Apr 3rd, 2017 • Category: 2010 - Golden Tee LIVE 2011, Driving

Thanks again to Juan Schwartz for the info!  Here’s a breakdown of how you should expect Golden Tees to work in Golden Tee 2011: If you use a “high tee” your club will go one bigger club further, and one shorter club higher.   For example, A high-teed 3-wood will go as far as a driver, […]

Determine shot type

By • Updated: Feb 25th, 2017 • Category: Driving

Once you figure out where you want to drive the ball off the tee in Golden Tee, it’s time to figure out the best shot type to get it there. Are there trees in your way? Which way and how strong is the wind blowing? Can you hit it straight, or do you need to […]

Equipment for the Longest Drives

By • Updated: Jan 29th, 2010 • Category: Golden Tee golf balls, Golden Tee golf clubs

Want to blast 400+ yard drives?  Sure, you can do it with stock clubs and balls with the right conditions and proper A1/C3 technique, but obtaining the right equipment is one way to automatically add 50 yards or more off the tee.  Let’s break it down, starting with the longest drivers amongst all the available […]

Line yourself up for your approach shot

By • Updated: Sep 21st, 2008 • Category: Driving

I hear this from more and more guys, and it’s something I need to start working on more. The Golden Tee concept here is to take the wind direction and pin placement into consideration before cranking out your drive on an unreachable par 4. You want to put yourself in the best position you can […]

Extra-long drives in Golden Tee

By • Updated: Sep 21st, 2008 • Category: Driving

I’m no expert on this subject, but I know about it from reading forums. The best Golden Tee players can crank out 400+ yard long drives with regularity, but I’m not one of them. The secret lies in the big-hooking A1 and C3 shots. If you can visualize a clear path where your drive can […]

Look for Shortcuts

By • Updated: Sep 21st, 2008 • Category: Driving

The first step on any hole in Golden Tee is to figure out how you’re going to get to the green. Be creative! Driving down the middle of the fairway is not always the way to get you to the green in the least number of strokes. On Par 4s, an important tip is to […]

Driving in Golden Tee

By • Updated: Sep 21st, 2008 • Category: Driving

As in real golf, most guys like to show off their long drives on Golden Tee. It’s usually beneficial to be able to crank out a long drive, because that may make the difference in whether or not you can reach that par 5 green in 2 shots. But as the game has evolved, driving […]