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j2lawson

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  • Birthday 08/05/1979

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  1. I would also recommend taking some lessons. A good coach will hopefully be able to find a few minor adjustments that work with your existing swing to get you hitting better. I doubt most people really have a swing that requires a drastic overhaul. A slight change to setup and being a bit more mindful have helped me greatly. My coach really helped me feel confident that overall my swing was pretty good, there are just a few minor changes that needed to be done to get more consistent solid contact. Now it’s a matter of continuing to practice that and not over think it.
  2. How long have you been playing golf? What’s your handicap or normal score? My first game was about 35 years ago with my grandmother’s brother-in-law at a par 3 course in the twin cities. Of and on since then. Probably 4 years of fairly regular golf, and the rest 0-3 games a year. What do you love about golf? That would probably be the peace and the general environment many courses are constructed around, a good respite from city chaos. What brings you to MyGolfSpy? Do you already know any other Spies? i have been reading and listening to a lot of great information since I took golf up again last fall from MGS and decided I want to play regularly again. This seems to be a friendly and knowledgeable group so thought it would be a good place to go to discuss and share what is going on with our games and great. Where are you from? What is your home course? I’m from the Rochester MN area. I recently joined the Zumbro valley golf club thanks to a very good new member deal and it being somewhat on my way home from work. What are the best and worst things about golf in your region? We are lucky to have a large number of golf courses in our area, some of which have a very aesthetic and rolling layout. The courses in town can be a bit too busy and the bugs can get to be annoying during different parts of the season. What do you do for a living? Software engineer How’d you pick your user name? I’m not very creative so have used this for several forums for years. Just based on my name.
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