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Golf Question: Can I Hit A Fairway Wood From A Golf Tee Peg?The advantage of being on the tee box when it comes to using your fairway woods is that you have a perfect lie to play your shot.




The way fairway woods have been designed is to make them versatile and playable from a variety of lies. So when it comes to being on the tee box, you have the opportunity to make your lie even more perfect, by not only placing the ball but also having the option to tee the ball up.

If you prefer playing your fairway woods from off the ground then that is fine, but some players will benefit from placing the ball on a low tee peg. This slight elevation of the ball off the ground by using a tee peg helps the player achieve a clean contact and sweep the ball away and hopefully down the fairway or on to the green.

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When it comes to using your fairway woods, you can play them from a variety of lies. The shallow face and low centre of gravity design of fairway woods makes them playable from a variety of lies. So whether you are on a tee peg, on the fairway, in the rough or in a bunker, the use of the fairway wood can be playable.

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The use of a tee peg is only allowed when you are playing the ball from off the tee box for your initial tee shot or if youre unfortunate to be replaying your tee shot after an errant drive. When it comes to using your fairway woods, it is like the rest of the clubs in your bag, so you have to play the ball as it lies unless you are playing from the tee box where a tee peg is optional.

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When youre faced with any shot from the tee box, you have the option to not only place the ball but you also have the option to tee the ball up. When it comes to using a fairway wood, some players like to place the ball directly on the ground, but a really low tee peg is a great way to have a little more confidence by assisting you in achieving a solid contact.