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well... it depends on a lot of things such as the weather, the gradient, the quality of the golfer, the ball the club and even the altitude. Although roughly an average drive by an average player may go between 220 and 270 yards with professionals hitting it regularly over 300 yards. But if you are just a beginner just starting yours might go only 100 yards depending on your strength.

Q: What is the general distance a gap wedge golf clubs should hit a golf ball?

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Taylormade offers four options for wedges in their iron sets, listed below from longest distance to shortest:PW - pitching wedge, 44oAW - approach or "attack" wedge, 49oSW - sand wedge, 54oLW - lob wedge, 59o

Distance depends on numerous factors but rest assured there are no "general distances", even on tour every player hits each club a different distance Tiger can hit his sand wedge 127 and AK 112 (Source :Tee it up with Tiger and AK). Therefore hit the range and dial it in. A simpler but not fool proof method is the following: You will pretty much have a 10-15 yrd distance gap between clubs,so take your pitching wedge and add 10-15 yrd and that is your 9 iron another 10-15 yrds and that's your 8iron and so on.

The only set of clubs that i know of that has an E club, are clubs manufactured by Ben Hogan. The E club is the same or another name for a pitching wedge. According to the Ben Hogan website, it is called the 'equalizer' it is called so because Mr Hogan believed it completed or equalized a set of clubs.

The efficiency of a wedge is calculated by dividing the load distance by the effort distance, then multiplying the result by 100 to get a percentage. The formula is: Efficiency = (load distance / effort distance) x 100. This gives you the ratio of the load distance to the effort distance, indicating how efficiently the wedge can lift or separate objects.

It depends what clubs you are comfortable with, and what length of course you are playing on. If it is a long course, driver, 5 iron, wedge and putter. If it is a mid range course, 3 wood, 6 iron, wedge and putter. And if it is a short course, hybrid, 7 iron, wedge and putter.

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A pitching wedge is a Golf clubs with about 46-48 degrees loft.

Well, you can bring any clubs you want, but if you are restricted to 2 then a wedge (either pitching/sand or lob) and a putter.

This simply means that the following clubs (irons) are included in the set: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Pitching Wedge, Approach Wedge, Sand Wedge.

It depends on the club. Drivers are the longest clubs - most of them have shafts of around 45". A 3 iron will have a longer shaft than a 4 iron; the clubs get sequentially shorter as the numbers get higher. Putters are the shortest clubs in general, with the exception of belly and long putters. If you are referring to the average length of the golf clubs in a set, take out your 5 iron and measure that.

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