Perfect Height To Tee Up Your 3-Wood

Gary Gilchrist

Gary Gilchrist

Head Coach, Golf Digest Top 50 in America, Golf Magazine Top 100 in America

Using a shorter tee, peg it in the ground slightly above the short grass of the tee box. With this tee height, you can hit the ball high or low, depending on your ball position. If I’m into the wind, I’ll put it slight back of center in my stance; if I’m trying to hit it normal, it’s slightly front of center and you can swing knowing the loft of the club will take the ball up into the air.