## How far should a 6 iron go?

You should hit a six iron about 150 yards. The average golfer gets just over 150 yards with their six-iron. Players with faster swing speed will get closer to 165 or even 170 with a six iron.

## What degree hybrid replaces a 6 iron?

28 degree hybrid
Typically, a 3-iron is replaced by a 19 degree hybrid or a 5-wood, a 4-iron is replaced by a 22 degree hybrid or a 7-wood, a 5-iron is replaced by a 25 degree hybrid, and a 6-iron is replaced by a 28 degree hybrid.

When should I use a 6 iron?

IRONS

1. 2-iron = 105 to 210 yards.
2. 3-iron = 100 to 205 yards.
3. 4-iron = 90 to 190 yards.
4. 5-iron = 80 to 175 yards.
5. 6-iron = 70 to 165 yards.
6. 7-iron = 65 to 155 yards.
7. 8-iron = 60 to 145 yards.
8. 9-iron = 55 to 135 yards.

What are standard iron lofts?

Ping iron loft

Loft Specs Standard Power
5-Iron 26° 25°
6-Iron 29.5° 28°
7-Iron 33° 31.5°
8-Iron 37° 35.5°

### How far should an amateur hit a 6 iron?

139 yards
4 iron: 154 yards. 5 iron: 147 yards. 6 iron: 139 yards. 7 iron: 131 yards.

### Is a 6 iron hard to hit?

The six iron is still a challenging club to hit, but the tips above should help make it a little bit easier.

What is the average loft of a 6 iron?

30 to 31 degrees
6-Irons made for better players will have lofts from 30 to 31 degrees, while 6-irons made for beginners can have lofts as low as 24 degrees.

What is a 6 iron used for in golf?

4-iron = 170 yards. 5-iron = 160 yards. 6-iron = 150 yards. 7-iron = 140 yards.

#### What golf club is 37 degrees?

An 8-iron has 37-degrees of loft and will carry approx 130-yards. A 9-iron has 41-degrees of loft and will carry 120-yards. A Pitching Wedge has anything between 45 to 50-degrees of loft. Carry will be approx 105 to 110-yards.

#### How high should a 7 iron launch?

What is the ideal Launch Angle for a 7 Iron? The launch angle of a 7 iron club can range between 23.5 degrees to 25 degrees for an average golfer. Professional golfers can expect a launch angle of 16 degrees. Releasing the ball early can help in lowering your launch angle.