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#1 ScottRempel

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Posted 15 July 2009 - 09:25 PM

Just curious on what some of your distances are...say driver, 4-iron, 7 iron, PW, for example.

My wife took up golfing 3 years ago, and has been steadily improving...especially considering that up here in central Canada our golf season is not very long. She is probably around 5'7" and naturally athletic. From what I've seen, she is one of the longer women players in our area (she plays in ladies league two nights a week), but I'm curious what types of yardages other ladies are seeing. For what it's worth, she's around a 24 handicap.


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Posted 16 July 2009 - 05:24 AM

Hi, Ive been playing for about 5 years-took lessons at the start. It has taken me 4 years to finally get my hips initiating the downswing on my drives and instantly gained 20 yards. My longest drive so far has been 216 yards-I'd say about 2-3 drives per game are 200 yards and very consistently hit 180-190. With my irons-say the 7 iron which is my favourite-I only hit 100 yards-I have found if I use about 3/4 swing, although I loose distance, I can keep it on fairway. My shafts in irons are W flex and I think I may need A flex.

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Posted 16 July 2009 - 07:29 AM

Sounds similar to my wife. Hitting lots of drives in the 200 yard range now. She has a Taylormade #3 hybrid that she hits well and uses anytime she's outside 150 or so, and then her Gap wedge to 4 iron covers somewhere around that 80 - 140 yard range...not sure exactly how far she hits each club. I just got a laser range finder so that will help both of us dial in our distances.
Now that we've got her alignment sorted out pretty well, her biggest issue is getting her hips sliding backwards a bit, causing too much weight shift on to the back foot which she can't recover from. It has gotten to the point where I prety much know if she is going to hit a good ball or not about halfway through the backswing.

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Posted 16 July 2009 - 09:32 AM

Being able to measure your distances with a rangefinder/GPS is a real eye opener for most people.
Driver is generally 180-185 carry. I've gotten out to 200+ with roll, not carry.
4i is around 130-135. 7i is around 110. PW is 75-78. I think I hit my irons too short proportionally to my driver.
I am a 17 handicap.
I don't play a lot of rounds with women, but I haven't seen too many hitting in the 200 yard range.
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Posted 16 July 2009 - 10:31 AM

We have ladies in our company that used to play in College..

They seems to win longest drive contest in golf outings all the time (since they hit from ladies Tees).

I think they hit around 250 yards + ladies tee (around 80 yards advantage on par 5) = WIN!

I am complaining little bit..   Just a little..

Edited by 8602081, 16 July 2009 - 10:31 AM.


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Posted 16 July 2009 - 12:32 PM

I carry about 170, and often play in soft conditions, so I usually don't get to 200.  I have on occasion hit 200 yards, but that is the exception, not the rule.

I used to carry about 150--about two years ago.  Exercise and golf lessons have helped me increase that distance.

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Posted 16 July 2009 - 01:31 PM

Girlfriend is 5'2", a good player.  Her distances are about:

Driver = 220
7 iron = 130
PW = 100

She carries a mix of fwy woods and hybrids and hits them very nicely.  Think she carries a 5 iron as the lowest.

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Posted 16 July 2009 - 01:35 PM

Is it just me or is power a huge factor in womens golf when compared with the mens game? I have seen plenty of 18hc men who hit the ball as far as a scratch player however a scratch woman golfer generally hits the ball a LOT further than an 18hc woman golfer.

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Posted 16 July 2009 - 02:18 PM

 kylemacca01, on Jul 16 2009, 01:35 PM, said:

Is it just me or is power a huge factor in womens golf when compared with the mens game? I have seen plenty of 18hc men who hit the ball as far as a scratch player however a scratch woman golfer generally hits the ball a LOT further than an 18hc woman golfer.

As a friend once told me, It isn't how far, it's how often," and Harvey Penick is quoted as saying "The woods are full of long hitters". I can get there in a big hurry, but often have trouble scoring. As  a senior woman, my yardages are still pretty long -- 220-240 Driver, 150 5I, 110 PW, 80 SW (those are totals, not carry). Part of my difficulty is longer approaches (130-150 yds) that may reach the green, but leave me with long putts. Thinking of which, I should go practice. Playing a bit less since being laidoff and neighborhood driving range has closed. Hdcp is in mid teens.

Edited by Debit, 16 July 2009 - 02:19 PM.


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Posted 16 July 2009 - 03:16 PM

my wife has been playing for about 1.5 seasons, and after getting some lessons and new A3OS 1/2 set of clubs, she hits:

Driver: ~150
3 wood: ~150

'long hybrid' 100
'mid hybrid' 100

short iron 65
pitching wedge 65
sand wedge 65

she only carries 8 clubs, but could get away with 3.  She is learning how to hit down on her wedge(s) which will help a TON on her approaches/chips... right now, she is very consistant, but hitting thin.  they go straight, so it's hard to try to get her to hit down on the ball, because they are going where she points


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Posted 16 July 2009 - 07:26 PM

 8602081, on Jul 16 2009, 10:31 AM, said:

We have ladies in our company that used to play in College..

They seems to win longest drive contest in golf outings all the time (since they hit from ladies Tees).

I think they hit around 250 yards + ladies tee (around 80 yards advantage on par 5) = WIN!

I am complaining little bit..   Just a little..
Outings I've played in had separate long drives for men and women...you're playing with the wrong group!
If a woman hits 250 yards she oughta play from the whites, that's just not right...
It's not how...it's how many

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Posted 16 July 2009 - 09:05 PM

Hokey smoke, you've got that right! No way should you compare driving distances when using different tees, regardless of gender.

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Posted 16 July 2009 - 09:49 PM

Just to share a quick story, myself and fore_life will get paired up with an older lady she is 79 and can barley get it 150 off the tee and uses woods for anything longer than 60 yards. The incredible thing about her is she is going to shoot her age or within 4 strokes more often than not. Its just unreal to watch her chip and putt. If my short game where even close to hers I would be a + handicap without a doubt lol. On top of that she is the coolest old lady ever and I love getting paired up with her. Its kinda funny cause she is always hitting her second or third by the time we get to our drives yet she can pull pars out like crazy and on her good days gives us a good run on the card.
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Posted 17 July 2009 - 10:49 AM

 Aimee, on Jul 16 2009, 08:26 PM, said:

 8602081, on Jul 16 2009, 10:31 AM, said:

We have ladies in our company that used to play in College..

They seems to win longest drive contest in golf outings all the time (since they hit from ladies Tees).

I think they hit around 250 yards + ladies tee (around 80 yards advantage on par 5) = WIN!

I am complaining little bit..   Just a little..
Outings I've played in had separate long drives for men and women...you're playing with the wrong group!
If a woman hits 250 yards she oughta play from the whites, that's just not right...


I agree.  But the outings are for a good cause and we are there to have fun.  I can understand if it had serious prize money, but winner gets dozen golf balls..

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Posted 17 July 2009 - 12:51 PM

My wife is 5'1" and about 110 lbs. She is a yoga instructor and very strong/flexible

Driver: 195 carry-205 rollout


4 hybrid: 160 carry

7 iron: 130 carry

Gap Wedge: 80 carry

The longest I have seen her hit was a drive with about 215 carry and 240 overall (fast fairways and hot air)


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Posted 18 July 2009 - 11:00 AM

 Aimee, on Jul 16 2009, 05:26 PM, said:

 8602081, on Jul 16 2009, 10:31 AM, said:

We have ladies in our company that used to play in College..

They seems to win longest drive contest in golf outings all the time (since they hit from ladies Tees).

I think they hit around 250 yards + ladies tee (around 80 yards advantage on par 5) = WIN!

I am complaining little bit..   Just a little..
Outings I've played in had separate long drives for men and women...you're playing with the wrong group!
If a woman hits 250 yards she oughta play from the whites, that's just not right...

Ladies, I understand where you are coming from, but I don't agree. Taking the gender out of the equation.... Hubby is, by comparison to the men he competes against, a bit shorter and doesn't have a prayer at the long drive. For him, it's not a big deal. He's no long driver and he knows it, even though he can hit a drive 270-280. The men who have the ability to put a ball in the fairway at 300+ have a skill that my husband doesn't have, and he's cool with that.

Either you are a long driver are you aren't.  Just give 'em hell on the closest to the pin hole.

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Posted 20 July 2009 - 10:05 PM

My wife who is about a 12 can only carry a well hit drive 200.   (She is about 5'4")  (Down hill, downwind with roll may be more) her 3 wood is about 180 (carry and roll), 7 wood is about 150.  Her 100 yard shot is a smooth 8 iron.  As short as she is, she has no trouble with 5700 to 6000 yard course, although any 400 yard par 4 is usually out of her range, but she has a sharp short game.  My youngest daughter, who is also about 5' 4" can hit a legit 270+ (250 carry plus roll), and her 7 iron is her 155 carry club.  She won the local long drive as a 12 year old (regardless of gender) in the Kids Drive Chip putt event.  speed and distance were never an issue for her, but she does not even really play golf, because of her "perfectionist" nature, she cannot even complete 9 holes without total frustration.  Her interests are boys and music.

Edited by yuck, 20 July 2009 - 10:07 PM.


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Posted 23 July 2009 - 07:59 AM

My daughter who is 15 yrs old hits her irons as far if not further than most of the boys around her age. 4 iron carry 180/190 yards, 7 iron carry 150/160 yards very consistent. Driver is not quite as consistent but a good drive gets out there at the 240/250 mark. She is 5ft 7, athletic 135 lbs and mad keen on golf.

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Posted 27 July 2009 - 12:04 AM

My younger daughter 20 yrs old can hit it right up with a lot of guys. She is 6ft going to school on a volleyball scholarship. She did play 1 yr on the golf team also but couldnt play 2 sports and have time for school. Driver average would be 255 , 4 iron 190, pw 100. Wish my swing was as good as hers . The thing I have noticed is with a lot of women they just arent as agressive as men . Men just want to hit the shite out of the ball especially with a driver . On the 18th hole of our home coarse last week was playing with the daughter its a par 5 510 yrd hole. We were both playing the mens tee I told her really go after it hard as you can swing. First shot bad slice too quick a backswing. I said dont worry about it hit another, she put it out there 275. That swing still looked good under contol and balanced finish, shes just not used to going after it that much. She put her 5 wood onto the green  and 2 puts for a bird. I said hey your usually short of the green yea I know but that felt good. Ive created a monster.

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Posted 19 May 2013 - 06:37 PM

I started playing golf about 1.5 yrs ago. I was at about 170 on my drive when I started playing. After lessons and practicing every chance I get, I hit my driver about 240-250 with the roll. My driver is my best club. My dad says I am freakishly strong. I have always played sports and pretty fit, which I know helps. I am still struggling with some of my irons. I average a score of about 88 now, but I play from the men's tees with my guy friends. Makes it easier and I like out driving them!

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Posted 19 May 2013 - 08:22 PM

i'm 68 been playing over 50 years. driver is about 180+ 7 iron 120  pw 100 lost lots of distance with age but learned you get sharper around the greens to make up for it.

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Posted 21 May 2013 - 12:09 PM

My wife hits it about 180 off the tee -- when she's going well, she'll get a couple over 200.  But she doesn't like fairway woods or hybrids off the deck, so the next club she hits is her 4 iron, which goes about 125.  7 iron is about 100.  PW about 75-80.  I've tried assorted fairways and hybrids, but she's very uncomfortable with them and doesn't use them, except off the tee on some par 3s.

She's good in scrambles because she's usually pretty straight off the tee, so with those ladies' tees, we have no problem using a lot of her drives.  And if she sees a couple of people hit the same putt and miss, she often makes them, even from outside of 20 feet.

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Posted 21 May 2013 - 05:45 PM

I'm a baby boomer, that's all I'll admit to, & started playing golf 15 yrs ago.  I workout almost daily, with emphasis on weight training. I'm 5'6" & I keep my weight around 130'ish. I'm told by most everyone I know that I'm not your typical "little old lady" and I've always been athletic, playing softball & volleyball in school. I'd give anything if I'd been introduced to golf as a teen, but girls didn't play golf when I was in school. Later in life I was passionate about ice-skating, water-skiing & snow-skiing (still am about snow skiing).


My driver distance averages about 210'ish with a baby draw most hits, 3-wood about 190'ish.  I gave up fairway woods when hybrids came out and I have a 3/4/5/6/7 hybrid.  My irons are 8/9/PW/GW/SW.  I don't hit my irons as far as I'd like, but can use my 7-hybrid for anything from 100 yds to 120 yds or so, just by choking down or hitting it extra hard. I'd say my 6H is about 120, 5H is 130, 4H is 140 & 3H is about 150-160. I love the hybrids as they are so much easier to hit than irons, they go high & land soft.

I think my strong suit is that I rarely miss a fairway, and I work hard on my chipping/pitching game.  I play to an 11 handicap & my goal this summer is to get it under ten.  My lowest score was 75, just a couple weeks ago.  Of course, it ALL depends on that damn putter.





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Posted 25 May 2013 - 06:52 AM

A couple years back I played with Nicole Hage one of the longest girls on the LPGA tour.  She was consistently hitting it 275+ off the tee and hit a couple wind assisted balls that were 300.  She was hitting 5 irons about 185.

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Posted 07 June 2013 - 12:57 PM

My GF is a new player (about 1 year), and she can carry a driver about 130.  It's all technique right now, she has plenty of strength to hit it 200, IMO, because she's relatively good at doing a 9-3 with a SW, and she can carry that about 50 yards.  Full swing she can hit it about 65-70 when she connects.

Couple weeks ago she blasted her 4 hybrid about 30 yards over a severely uphill green from about 110 out, so go figure!


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Posted 25 June 2013 - 10:33 AM

My wife (5'11" & Played College Volleyball) hits her PW 90 yards, we are working on 1 club at a time.  My 11 y/o daughter (5'2" - 100 lbs - started golf at 3 y/o) on the other hand (8.3 HC) D-220 5W-180 4i-150, longest drive in a Tournament 268 yards + 4i = tap-in Eagle (It was her 3rd, but the 1st I was there to see).

From reading these post & my experience with my Wife & Daughter:  Power is a critical component of a women's game.  Power is 1st about technique and 2nd about strength.

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Posted 25 June 2013 - 11:24 AM

Its kinda funny that almost every post here has height/weight of the GF, but when men are talking distance, height/weight are almost never mentioned.

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Posted 25 June 2013 - 11:27 AM

makes you think...maybe not.
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Posted 25 June 2013 - 12:07 PM

proper technique is so much more critical for women than brute strength, so I guess those tiny women who hit their drives 250 at just over 100lbs are showing how much more efficient their swings are than a guy at 200+ lbs hitting the same distance (witness: my husband's lousy swing). I played with a teenage girl over the weekend (tall, skinny, and braces) who outdrove both the men in the foursome. She just got through the ball incredibly well off the tee.
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Posted 25 June 2013 - 05:18 PM

yes technique rules.......very skilled golfers hit their ball in the sweet spot with high probability.....leading to up to 10+% in improved distance....and a draw will go further than a fade.


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