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16 minutes ago, Shapotomous said:

 

I stated 3/4 swing not a full swing but its good to emphasize it for those that missed it initially..... 3/4 swing!!!

i didn’t miss it, i was just expounding on why he shouldn’t take it past an easy partial swing, that’s all. 

definitely a good drill to engrain a feel. 

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I went to the range today with the intention of working on one of the drills from the Strike Plan where you try to intentionally hit a toe shot and then a heel shot to develop feel for each in order t

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Went to the range.... hit almost an entire bucket with the driver.  I couldn’t help myself... laser beams, all of them.  Short though.  From my view they were just covering the 250 mark carry.  Time f

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18 minutes ago, Shapotomous said:

 

I stated 3/4 swing not a full swing but its good to emphasize it for those that missed it initially..... 3/4 swing!!!

Oh, for sure. I just wanted to mention I've tried the kicked in knee with full swings (that's what I get for reading the internet) and it was not kind to my right knee.

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Primarily practiced putting indoors. Self identified a flaw with my right arm during setup, fixed that and the pulls went away. All of a sudden could putt well with all the putters in the collection.

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Hit a small bucket (60 balls at this place) this afternoon, trying to move my body and arms decently through the swing and make solid contact with different clubs aiming at different targets.

The real underlying goal.. was try to rebuild a little confidence after two verrrry disappointing 9 hole rounds during the past week.

Semi successful .. wedges thru 8i all reasonably solid; couldn't hit the 7i for whatever reason(s); 5H ok-ish; 4W kinda 50-50 .. still hitting some too high on the face and out towards the toe a little.

Gonna play tomorrow so we'll see how the confidence (and the aging joints) hold up!

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12 hours ago, Chip Strokes said:

i didn’t miss it, i was just expounding on why he shouldn’t take it past an easy partial swing, that’s all. 

definitely a good drill to engrain a feel. 

 

12 hours ago, edingc said:

Oh, for sure. I just wanted to mention I've tried the kicked in knee with full swings (that's what I get for reading the internet) and it was not kind to my right knee.

I did a poor job writing my comment....I could tell you guys picked up on the 3/4 swing from your comments but was doing the emphasis for future readers.

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Hit two buckets today at the heated range for the first time this offseason. We'll call it the start of "Project Long Iron." My goal this offseason is to really work on my 4 hybrid/5 iron/6 iron because they are the weakest part of my iron game. I also took the 7 iron and gap wedge with me to warm up with.

Given it was my first range session in a month, I'm not disappointed with the results but wish they had been a bit better. I hit the 7 iron and gap wedge really well, but definitely am still struggling with the longer clubs. I really tried to focus on the feels from the DownUnderBoard videos, but I can tell I'm going to need the actual board to make progress with the longer clubs.

I also need to adjust back to mats and horrible range balls. The heated range uses a majority of completely worn out Nike range balls with very few dimples. I use my Mevo throughout the session to track ball speeds, but I assume they are at least a few MPH (if not more) slow, and even the ball flight is tough to trust because they do funky things in the air without good dimples.

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23 hours ago, edingc said:

..the start of "Project Long Iron."

Ha, good name - I've got a similar winter objective to get my 7i and 6i under control and to be reasonably dependable performers for me...
(well, that along with like a hundred other improvement goals!)

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26 minutes ago, cksurfdude said:

Ha, good name - I've got a similar winter objective to get my 7i and 6i under control and to be reasonably dependable performers for me...
(well, that along with like a hundred other improvement goals!)

I have a habit of only practicing with shorter clubs (basically 7/8 iron to my wedges) and driver. Most holes on my course can be played with driver/short iron so it's never hurt me that much. But the longer irons really reveal the swing flaws I need to work on so this winter they are going to get the majority of the work.

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Multi item practice today. With wedges, worked on an old stance I used and worked wonders. Was getting nice control and roll with it on both Cleveland wedges. 
 

putting, worked on lag putting. Also worked on having a light grip and let the club do the work. Feel will take some work. 
 

irons, worked on compressing the ball. Hit on the grass and had a ball at the same point to compare divot to other ball. 7/10 I was able to do this with most clubs I hit. 4/5/7/W/54. The DI off the deck no luck on that from the ground. Some were also little to no divot which I counted as good. Feeling much better with my ball striking now. Also worked on some shaping by slightly strengthening my right hand, grip is pretty weak on the right hand bad I close the face too much. 

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I did a little experiment today with lead tape with my irons, then a little time with my driver. I spent the majority of the time doing a putt off between my gamer (Piretti) and new toy Scotty Newport w with stability shaft. Still undecided and no clear winner yet. 

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On 11/22/2020 at 10:00 AM, edingc said:

I have a habit of only practicing with shorter clubs (basically 7/8 iron to my wedges) and driver. Most holes on my course can be played with driver/short iron so it's never hurt me that much. But the longer irons really reveal the swing flaws I need to work on so this winter they are going to get the majority of the work.

Similar for me, but I started only using wedges and 9i because a year ago I had a difficult time with full shots.  Most of my range time was spent with PW/9i, and also LW/SW/GW in the pitching area.  Now I struggle with the longer irons, because I rarely hit them on the range.  It has even crept into my hybrids which are usually solid.  Now that I have fixed the short clubs, I will be focusing on longer clubs this winter.  So next year I predict I will have a putting issue!!  🥴

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On 11/21/2020 at 10:04 AM, edingc said:

Hit two buckets today at the heated range for the first time this offseason. We'll call it the start of "Project Long Iron." My goal this offseason is to really work on my 4 hybrid/5 iron/6 iron because they are the weakest part of my iron game. I also took the 7 iron and gap wedge with me to warm up with.

Given it was my first range session in a month, I'm not disappointed with the results but wish they had been a bit better. I hit the 7 iron and gap wedge really well, but definitely am still struggling with the longer clubs. I really tried to focus on the feels from the DownUnderBoard videos, but I can tell I'm going to need the actual board to make progress with the longer clubs.

I also need to adjust back to mats and horrible range balls. The heated range uses a majority of completely worn out Nike range balls with very few dimples. I use my Mevo throughout the session to track ball speeds, but I assume they are at least a few MPH (if not more) slow, and even the ball flight is tough to trust because they do funky things in the air without good dimples.

One thing I will say for our muni... they take out the well-used range balls and periodically add new ones.  We have a grass range, but they put out mats in the fall until March.  These are not the typical mats I have hit off of at other ranges; they are relatively soft; very easy on the hands/arms and the ball launches very high.  Off the very firm turf, launch is much lower.

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7 hours ago, Kenny B said:

One thing I will say for our muni... they take out the well-used range balls and periodically add new ones.  We have a grass range, but they put out mats in the fall until March.  These are not the typical mats I have hit off of at other ranges; they are relatively soft; very easy on the hands/arms and the ball launches very high.  Off the very firm turf, launch is much lower.

I'm thankful for this range, despite the quality of balls. Nice Fiberbuilt mats, and the heat is good enough to be outside swinging as long as it's above 10-15 degrees. And his price for a large bucket is less than almost everywhere else even with heat ($12).

I understand why the balls are bad, since they sit under the snow for a long time. 

My only other option for a heated range would cost something like $60 for the same amount of balls. 

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Did a virtual session and just worked on basics and started with 5 yard chipping practice .. 

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Had my second FaceTime lesson with Tyler McGhie yesterday and it went very well. As always with swing changes, this will take time, but I can’t say enough about how much better I like the virtual lesson via FaceTime than sending video and waiting for a reply. I was able to ask questions live, clarify, hit multiple clubs, even joke about how his Coastal Carolina fb team beat my Mountaineers Saturday! 
I need more range time, which has been tough since our move a couple years back, but hopefully I can find some time to go more often!

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6 minutes ago, PMookie said:

Had my second FaceTime lesson with Tyler McGhie yesterday and it went very well. As always with swing changes, this will take time, but I can’t say enough about how much better I like the virtual lesson via FaceTime than sending video and waiting for a reply. I was able to ask questions live, clarify, hit multiple clubs, even joke about how his Coastal Carolina fb team beat my Mountaineers Saturday! 
I need more range time, which has been tough since our move a couple years back, but hopefully I can find some time to go more often!

yesterday was my first facetime lesson .. it was good with the instant feed back for questions. I went to the range by my house and it was a little loud so I think I might do the next one in my garage with my practice net 

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yesterday was my first facetime lesson .. it was good with the instant feed back for questions. I went to the range by my house and it was a little loud so I think I might do the next one in my garage with my practice net 

I have a set of inexpensive wireless ear buds that Bluetooth with my phone, so if you can find a set, I highly recommend them! Easy to hear him, and vice-versa. We even had a good 10mph breeze going, and we could still hear each other clearly.

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1 minute ago, PMookie said:

I have a set of inexpensive wireless ear buds that Bluetooth with my phone, so if you can find a set, I highly recommend them! Easy to hear him, and vice-versa. We even had a good 10mph breeze going, and we could still hear each other clearly.

yeah I have the air pods  and would agree they worked well .. the range is next to a highway so it gets loud haha 

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Will be headed to the simulator for an hour on lunch today.  Going to take my oldest son with me so just using it as a range and some fun with him.  I would just got to an outdoor range but if I play one more hour at the sim facility I'll get a free "membership" for the winter so I'll save $10 an hour all winter.  The place is the least expensive around to begin with so the plan is to go 2 or 3 times a month over the winter.

It will be good today anyway to just hit some balls since I'll be playing on Black Friday and it's been a little while since I've played.

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I took a wedge into the back yard and hit some foam balls while waiting for dinner to finish up. My plan for today was originally to put the turkey in the smoker and go over the yard with the mower, but it rained last night and I hate wet grass clogging the mower up. It was a great opportunity to work on tempo and contact on shots close to the green. 

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