Distance Chart is Now CompleteI have finally completed finding the average distances for golf clubs by using myself, my father, and my oldest son. These yardage distances hopefully will be of benefit for beginners. It took me a little over a month to complete but now I am able to show my average distance chart, plus I have provided a distance chart for my personal set of clubs and what clubs I now use in my bag. Use the link above or in this paragraph to view the golf club distance chart.
Average Golf Driver Distance
If you missed my weeks of posting the distances for each club, you can start here by viewing my results with our drivers. Use this link to view our average golf driver distance.
Average Woods Distance in Yardages
If you missed our average woods distance in yards, click here. We used the 3 wood, 5 wood, and 7 wood.
Yardage Distance for Hybrids
We also used 4 hyrbids of various degrees. We used a 16 degree, a 21 degree, a 24 degree, and a 27 degree hybrid. Click here for average yardage distances for hybrids.
Distances Hit With Golf Irons
If you are looking for average distance hit with golf irons, use this link.
Average Distance With Wedges
We used a pitching wedge, an approach wedge, a gap wedge, a sand wedge, and a lob wedge to get our average distances with wedges.
So if you are looking for average distances or average yardages for golf clubs these posts can help. You really need to find your own yardage averages but these findings can help you get started or if you don't have time, can get you close to what you should have as a beginner in golf. The chart(s) sum up all of our findings.
Here are 2 average distance charts that show average golf club distances and one that shows my average distances with each golf club in my bag.
Average Distance Chart
The above chart is the average distance chart.
My Average Distance Chart