A senior at the Oliva Nova Golf Course in Valencia, Spain puts his tee in the ground in preparation of teeing up his golf ball. When teeing up your ball, be sure to find the right spot in the center of the markers so that you are lined up with the way that the fairway lies and the flag.
Golfers like to place their tees at different heights when teeing up their golf ball depending on the type of swing they have and which club they are using. Usually your driver is used off the tee box for a par four or five but if the hole is shorter in length and it is a par three, many people use their iron when teeing off.
Each golf course has three separate sets of tees on each hole, one being the forward, the other the middle and the farthest one being the back tees. Some of the golf courses have five or six sets of tees that all correspond to different yardages but that can be very confusing if you are just a beginner.It is up to the individual player where they like teeing up their golf ball, but if you cannot hit the ball that far, the yellow markers or front markers should be your first choice. Most seniors like to play the front tees on the Oliva Nova Golf Course in Valencia, Spain, but the final decision is up to the player.
The Oliva Nova Golf Course is a beautiful course to play on while visiting Valencia, Spain with a spectacular golf course as well as breathtaking scenery. Take time out on your next vacation to Spain and play a round at this magnificent golf course.
Man teeing off at the Oliva Nova Golf Course, Club de Golf Oliva Nova in the town of Oliva Nova, an 18 hole golf Course, Costa Blanca, Valencia, Spain, Europe. Model Released.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, aperture of f/6.3, exposure time of 1/250 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 275mm.
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