A Golf Tee Height Guide For Golf Clubs
With a plethora of clubs to choose from it can become difficult to remember the correct tee height for all of them. That’s why we’ve decided to create a golf tee height guide for golf clubs!
Tee Height for Irons
Whenever you tee up for an iron (or any club at that) it’s important to make sure there’s no grass between your club and the golf ball at impact. A small blade of grass, or early morning dew can create backspin and your shot will not go as planned.
Tee Height for Hybrids
Hybrids were uniquely designed to have more weight in the sole so you’ll want to tee it about a half inch above ground level.
Tee Height for Woods
A lot of beginner golfers tee woods at 1.5 inches, but this is far too high.
Tee Height for Drivers
After taking a poll of Golf’s Top 100 Teachers, you’ll want to have the height of your tee around 1.5 inches or above for a driver.
Remember to experiment with the golf tee height guides provided in this blog. To do so, we suggest getting impact tape (shown below) to see where the ball is hitting your club.
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