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How high do you tee your driver? 4 years 11 months ago #105280

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Hey guys, just curious how high do you tee it up? I used to tee it up a half ball above the crown, now its pretty much the top of the ball is even with the top of the crown. Though this way on shots I get more distance I noticed it does fade off right more often this way too. What do you all prefer and what differences does tee height actually make for most people?
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How high do you tee your driver? 4 years 11 months ago #105281

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half the ball above the crown unless I'm trying to hit a controlled fade without max distance, then top of ball with top of crown. If I'm trying to hit a monster draw for max distance (scrambles ruin your game for a week after......) I tee it up very high and try to really catch it on the upswing through the ball. I hit my longest drives that way but also occasionally leave a nice mark on the crown if I got steep and popped it up.....that's always fun.
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How high do you tee your driver? 4 years 11 months ago #105282

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I gotta start teeing up higher. I tend to have it have it even with top of club. I feel i get spin on it resulting in fades. Gonna try teeing it up higher see if i can hit it straighter amd longer. Playing Sunday. I will try it out.
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How high do you tee your driver? 4 years 11 months ago #105283

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Let me know how it works out for you! And those new irons when you get them too :)
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How high do you tee your driver? 4 years 11 months ago #105284

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Half the ball over top of crown. When I want to try to fade it, which is almost impossible for me, I tee it higher and hover the clubs just off the ground. Usually results in a little push with the fade actually kicking in about 25% of the time.
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I keep it low and accept the fade. When I want to go at it then High .
I learned it is best to protect my crown when teeing it higher so I have a Crown cover ! B) I hate marks on my crown, drives me insane :blink:
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