What is the average ball speed with a 7 iron on the PGA Tour?

120 mph 104 mph
Golf launch monitors are rapidly becoming one of the most popular golf tech accessories….Averages:

Club PGA Tour Average Speed LPGA Tour Average Speed
5 Iron 132 mph 112 mph
6 Iron 127 mph 109 mph
7 Iron 120 mph 104 mph
8 Iron 115 mph 100 mph

What is the average 7 iron distance on tour?

The average distance golfers hit each club varies widely. A PGA Tour player hits a 7-iron between 172-215 yards. Meanwhile, a short-hitting amateur male golfer averages 120 yards with the same club. Men, women, seniors, juniors, professionals, amateurs and beginners all hit their clubs different distances.

What should my smash factor be with a 7 iron?

Launch monitors give values that typically range from 1.3 to 1.4 with a 7-iron, and 1.44 to 1.52 for drivers, depending on the model, head weight and launch monitor in use.

How fast do pros swing a 7-iron?

According to TrackMan statistics, the average 7-iron clubhead speed on the PGA Tour is 90 mph. The average male recreational golfer, on the other hand, swings the same club at closer to 75 mph, which is why he hits his 7-iron about 140 yards, compared with 170 to 180 yards for the Tour guys.

How Far Can Tiger Woods hit a 7 iron?

How Far Does Tiger Woods Hit a 7 Iron? Tiger Woods is a legend of golf but on average, how long does he hit a 7 iron? Tiger hits his 7 irons approximately 172 yards. This is an average figure and there will times when Tiger hits the ball closer to 200 yards.

Is 1.3 smash factor good?

With your driver, keeping your smash factor around 1.50 is a great goal. If you can hit this mark—or even get close to it—you will be nicely translating your swing speed into ball speed. Moving down to a pitching wedge, you should be happy with something between 1.20 and 1.30.