When playing golf, it is important to track your progression and distances hit. This allows you to plan your round and understand where you need to improve. Here are some tips on tracking your distances.
First of all, the simplest thing you can do is start writing down your distances at the driving range. Some of the fancier ranges will offer a service which calculates your average distances for each club. If your range is a bit more old school, a simple pen and paper and some arithmetic does the same thing.
Now that you know how far you can hit the ball with each club, you are ready to apply this knowledge to your game. Carrying a good quality rangefinder can help, but so can learning to judge distance by eye.
We hope these tips have been helpful, and look forward to seeing your crush your Next Round!