Put the ball on the tee.
But: How do you really teet up?
It is not the same when you put the ball on the tee: it is a difference whether the ball is put on the tee with brains or just like that.
With the right approach, you may be able to get more effective punches.
If an iron is used, the ball should be placed on the tee so that it is just above the lawn. This will prevent grass or soil from getting between the tee and the tee or soil from getting between the ball
Through this procedure a blow coming from above is supported.
Do not press the tee into the ground with your thumb and index finger alone: place the ball on the tee and hold both in your hollow hand, then press the tee with the ball into the ground until your fingers touch the ground under the ball.
For woods, the height of the tee depends on the type of club used. If large distances are required, the ball should be set high. If necessary, a longer tee should be used here.
The tee should be pressed into the ground so that the upper edge of the driver is at the level of the centre of the ball. If the tee remains in the ground after the shot, the ball has been hit with the correct rising angle.