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Ultimate Junior Golfer

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    Nashville, TN
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    Golfer, Entrepreneur, High Schooler, Podcast Host, and Piano Player
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  1. Hello Everyone, I am a competitive junior golfer who has played at the state, regional, and national level. I was curious to see if anyone had any questions surrounding junior golf (how we practice, play, tournaments, skill levels, etc.) or what the next generation of players may look like?
  2. For those who are interested, I recorded a podcast on this topic. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-your-personality-type-affects-your-golf-game-with/id1505899434?i=1000544792459 Or just click the most recent episode at theperfectpar.com
  3. Just an interesting thought I had the other day. I'll start us off. I am an INTJ. I'm SUPER analytical and process-driven which is great for my golf game; however, I am also SUPER self-critical which isn't so much of a good thing for golf. Golf is such a mental game, your personality must have at least some influence on the way you play the game in my opinion. What are your thoughts? Am I way off here?
  4. Mine is with Edwin Watts (which I think is the same as Roger Dunn). I had just been playing seriously for six months and it was my first fitting. My coach had sent me with a list of things to try. I began by hitting the drivers (rookie mistake) and was carrying it about 200. Keep in mind I was eleven years old and had not played very long. My "fitter" started telling me to swing faster and faster. He tried to change my grip from an interlock to an overlap and reconstructed my entire swing. I was never fit for clubs; he was just coaching me with different heads. At the end of the fitting (or lesson) I could barely hit the ball. I had tons of swing thoughts and just could not piece anything together. He handed my dad a business card and promised I would be a scratch golfer in four months. I was a 21 at the time. It was a horrible experience.
  5. Hello everyone, I have been working with a new instructor for almost three months and we have fixed nearly all of my prominent swing issues. The one that remains is my head likes to drop down and towards the golf ball in the backswing. When I try to not move it, I either top the ball, or move slightly closer and toe the living crap out of it. Has anyone else had this issue, or do you have any tips for keeping the head still without topping or toeing the ball? In this video, I do a decent job, but I toe the ball badly.
  6. Have any of you sold your clubs to 2nd swing? Can you comment on the how the process works? I recently got a new set of clubs and am looking to sell my old set.
  7. I played a round with my new golf instructor yesterday, and I could not drive the ball straight at all. I did not feel that I was swinging bad, and my instructor said I was swinging well. He concluded it was a club problem. I had a lesson this morning where he fit me for a new driver. Below are the specs of my old driver and my new one: OLD: Titleist TS3 10.5* Mitsubishi Tensei Blue 55g stiff flex 45" NEW: Callaway Maverick Sub Zero 10* Mitsubishi Tensei CK Orange 70g XX-stiff 44" All of the sudden, my misses are in the fairway, I'm hitting my driver 20 yards farther, and on a much more favorable trajectory. It blew my mind how much just changing a club has changed my confidence on the tee.
  8. Carter, Nashville, TN I am a right-handed 18* Driving Iron - KBS Tour V Stiff, Backup: 18* Hybrid - Recoil ES 85 F4 Stiff +1.2 Long Iron
  9. I switched from Ping G700s to Titleist T100 a year ago. When I switched, my handicap was 8, and I was NOT a good ball striker. I was so tired of looking at a chunky club, I was willing to sacrifice forgiveness. At first, it was very frustrating hitting small mishits and seeing bad results, but the smaller club head gave me better feel of my mishit. For example, I could better feel if it was a toe shot, or fat shot. I credit this better feeling to my incredible improvement to a +1.5 handicap. Below are three questions I think you should answer before you make the jump, because it is a jump. How important is looks? Are you tired of a big head? Does something smaller scare you? Are you okay with the possibility of worse scores when you first switch? Are more focused on hitting greens, or workability and feel?
  10. Earlier this year just before Covid, I purchased an Amazon Basics golf net. It was ridiculously cheap, and if it was terrible, I was only out $70. It wasn't terrible though. I had a Rukket net for a long time before I got rid of it, and this net is practically the same thing for half the price. It handles all of my clubs, even driver. If you are looking for something affordable that isn't hard to store, I recommend it. It seems to have gone up in price to around $90 for some reason, but it's still cheaper than most. https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-Portable-Driving-Practice-8-Foot/dp/B07C8P5M3L/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=amazon+basics+golf+net&qid=1602780385&sr=8-2
  11. I just recently took my 3 wood out of the bag for the first time ever. I had a gapping session that showed no significant difference between my 5 and 3 wood. I never struggled finding the middle, but I always hit it low. That was strange for many reasons including I hit my irons to the moon and back, and I don't have speed issues (106-108mph with driver). However, a twenty-handicap friend of mine hits his 3 wood the best out of all his clubs. In my opinion, it is different for everyone. When I was first learning, I always topped my 3 wood. I believe this is one of the reason's I never really fully bonded with it. If I didn't start hitting 3 wood until I was a better golfer, I believe it would have performed better. There is no shame using a 5 wood though; I hit mine 245 carry and get it high in the air. Many other junior golfers would agree with me.
  12. Carter Nashville, TN Titleist TS3; 9.5*; Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei AV Blue 60 +1.4 108mph TSi3 8.5*
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