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Chizzle

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  1. My typical shot is a fade. My preferred shot shape is the shape required for that shot. I dont practice enough to be successful but I am focusing on being able to hit the 9 squares or windows (the drill Tiger uses). Still a long ways away
  2. If I have a beverage out on the course, its not to calm me or anything for my golf game. It is purely to enjoy the beverage. With that being said, I'm not a huge fan of drinking because I feel too disconnected too easily with my body. With my friends that drink and play, its looks like it's a huge double edge sword. There are holes,typically early, where they play unbelievably but it seems difficult to maintain that balance and they get sloppy. If it works, it works.
  3. I think it boils down to comfort vs performance although both styles are getting closer to each other (spikless getting more traction and spiked getting more comfort). Personally it feels like I am swinging harder with spiked shoes. Perhaps subconsciously I think/know there is less traction so my body may not use my legs and ground forces as much with spikeless. I have the adidas 360 xt and they are awesome. There is a tiny break in period but they feel super comfy and I feel planted. I heard footjoy did a case study that showed golfers with spiked shoes had a little more swing speed but
  4. If I were choosing only one wedge, I would choose the 54° or 56° depending on your gapping needs. As far as I know most wedges can be bent stronger to 55° or weaker to 55° but just be aware of what it does to the bounce. The reason for the 56° IMO is that it is a versatile wedge. Full shot, half shot, open face etc. As far as which OEM, best to get fit. As you have probably already heard or read, bounce is very important. Dont just look at lofts. Congrats and your improvements!
  5. Taichi Onishi Las Vegas, Nevada Callaway epic flash sub zero with tour ad mt-6x x-stiff Don't have an established handicap but I usually get around 82-84. 106ish swing speed Tsi 3
  6. I first heard about the Premier Golf League from rick shiels pod cast. Was wondering if anyone else has heard of it and what your thoughts are. I think its pretty interesting though I don't know how they are going to pull off the team aspect of it.
  7. I think its a difficult club to hit. I think its because players look at it as a "wood" so they play it too far up in the stance (like a driver) instead of 3,4,5 iron ball placement which results (i think) more often in a topped ball. Also, because the perception is a "wood", they stand too far away with the hands too far away from the body as if they are hitting a driver which contributes to topped balls.
  8. I think its course management i.e using a driver for every non par 3 hole. Also to go along with this, aiming for the pin no matter how difficult the pin location.
  9. 1) Taichi Onishi, las vegas nevada 2) Truthfully, I dont do anything besides play golf once a week. 3) never owned a putting Matt. I have used my friends puttout matt. 4) classic, 8ft, medium speed, 3 flags, 2 side A 1 side B, and U bumpers.
  10. Never 3 putt. I can drive it 300+ yds. Be interesting to hear more from people that do both well and see what they choose
  11. IMO, the different tee boxes are there for a reason. I think people should play from the tee box that offers normal opportunities with their skill set. Even if there is betting involved, typically we'll have a rough understanding of each players ability so having golfers play different tees is ok with me. Played today with people I didn't know. They sheepishly said they are playing from the white tees while I was playing black tees. This course has gold, black, blue, white, and ladies tees. My response to them, which would be the same response to anyone im playing with, is do what
  12. Also consider the ping glides 3.0 and mizuno t20. MGS and other places have shown what influences moisture has on wedge shots (spin and launch characteristics) with the ping and mizuno coming out of MGS testing for wet conditions.
  13. I think rest is an important part of training. More so when you are injured. Don't risk missing more rounds because you "rushed" to get back out there. Like @Letthebigdogshunt said, imagery is powerful training. Body can't do what your brain doesn't comprehend. You could imagine different and isolated parts of your body during your swing, or playing a hole in your head, etc. Might help with the mental part and course management part of your game too. Good luck. Hope you figure out whats bugging ya and you get better
  14. Always been android. The greatest thing about iPhone is the usability. Little children to senior citizens are able to navigate iPhones. Samsungs 8 and newer battery life is life changing. Also, androids come with fast charge capability where to my understanding, you have to buy an adapter to have fast charging capabilities on an iphone. Charging from 30%-100% in ~1.5 hr is great. I guess another thing I don't like with iPhone is that Apple almost forces you to stay in their bubble. At the end of the day, much like golf, to each their own.
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