Posts Tagged ‘Golden Tee rough’

Other various lies

By • Updated: Sep 21st, 2008 • Category: Hitting out of rough lies

During the course of a round of Golden Tee, you’ll find yourself on top of all kinds of other various lies too, such as pavement, cart paths, rocks, ice, and hardened lava. You’ll notice that you lose some distance when having to hit from these lies, and as with other situations, you won’t be able […]



Snow shots in Golden Tee

By • Updated: Sep 21st, 2008 • Category: Hitting out of rough lies

Snow shots are unique enough to warrant a separate discussion in Golden Tee. With the introduction of the 2008 courses, in particular the course Summit Lakes Country Club, you can land your ball on ice or snow! Hitting off ice is similar to hitting off pavement or rocks (see “Other Various Lies“), but snow is […]



Thick rough

By • Updated: Sep 21st, 2008 • Category: Hitting out of rough lies

Playing out of thick rough in Golden Tee will certainly take a chunk out of your distance, as it should. As always, a good tip is to gauge your distance from the club that Golden Tee recommends you hit, and then adjust accordingly. Remember that you cannot generate as much backspin when hitting out of […]



Sand shots in Golden Tee

By • Updated: Sep 21st, 2008 • Category: Hitting out of rough lies

Hitting shots out of the sand in Golden Tee is really not that difficult. The game will tell you how far your ball will go with the club you have selected, so there’s not much difference in gaging distance from this shot and a fairway shot. The punishment is the distance you get out of […]