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Hard to think of a cheaper training aid than some foot spray... Worth every penny

Finally got to do some “chipping” after what seems forever. Was pleased with results after 4+ months. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy

Went out and played Exec 9 last night, first 9 holes in almost 6 months since my shoulder surgery! Played from forward or white tees, nothing stronger than an 8i and 3/4 swing. SWMBO drove the cart t

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Two large buckets this morning. I ordered a set of various height rubber tees so that I could practice tee shots with my long irons and hybrids from the mat. Also brought along the 1967 Wilson X-31 6 iron that I cleaned up last night after I got the set, and my new 17 degree Callaway Super Hybrid.

Spent about a bucket comparing and contrasting my two 19 degree "driving irons" - the Cobra SpeedZone 4 iron I reshafted with a graphite shaft and a Tour Edge Exotics CB Pro Tungsten with a graphite shaft. The SpeedZone was by far the most forgiving club, but it honestly launches almost too high for windy days. The CB Pro Tungsten is less forgiving but launches almost a degree and a half lower. Carry is about the same, with more roll for the Tour Edge. I guess I'm going to be keeping both around and swapping in the TE on windy days.

The Super Hybrid feels amazing, and it launches rockets. I turned it down to 16 degrees and in the draw setting, and hit mid-140s ball speeds. It looks to be a 230+ yard carry club from the tee and about 210-220 yard carry from the deck. Suitable for a 3 wood replacement as it was just so easy to hit!

I had a blast hitting the X-31 6 iron. Being the loft and length of a modern 8 iron, it flew about what I would have expected - upper 150s, low 160s. With the fluted regular flex stock shafts I really needed to make sure my swing was nice and fluid, otherwise if I get too aggressive in transition it's hook city.

Anyway, I'm going to spend a lot of time with these longer irons because they really expose the flaws in my swing. It took me quite a few balls to get my swing right today. As the clubs get longer I have a tendency to get too inside on my backswing and really tense and pull from the top, which led to all sorts of pulls and toe strikes until I got the tension out of my swing and figured it out.

Quite the novel ... another day of progress.

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After a disaster of a round yesterday, I thought I'd pack my gamers into my bag and take them out and show them a little love. Plus, the way my game has been lately I needed a boost of confidence. 
Well, let's just say I got off to a bad start. I had my Waffle House strike going in early and often. I was scattered, covered, chunked, and topped. I just couldn't get out of my own way and was ready to pack it in and go. Finally, toward the last twenty balls in the bucket, something clicked. I realized I was over swinging and tightened it up. The results were night and day different from the other 50+ balls I hit. I had to take video and I apologize for having to use the selfie camera because 1. I am not left handed and 2. It wasn't the best angle, I had to stuff the phone into the putter well on my bag. 
[/url] I am intentionally aiming at the markers to the right in the video. I started hitting the ball so well that I had to go in and get another bucket. I also hit driver pretty good, one of the guys on the range asked me to try to bring the club more outside in an effort to shallow it on the downswing. It was awkward, but the results were good. 
Now just to remember this the next time I can practice, we've got cold weather coming in and my only day to get out this week is Sunday, as it's my shift's Saturday to work. 

Looks pretty smooth


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I appreciate it, I'm trying to work out my tempo and not over swing. Lately, I've been trying to kill the ball and letting my backswing get too long. I videoed a bunch of shots and it only felt like I was getting my arms to parallel and see they're getting little past that. I guess our perceptions and reality are two different things. 

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25 minutes ago, sirchunksalot said:

I appreciate it, I'm trying to work out my tempo and not over swing. Lately, I've been trying to kill the ball and letting my backswing get too long. I videoed a bunch of shots and it only felt like I was getting my arms to parallel and see they're getting little past that. I guess our perceptions and reality are two different things. 

Amen to the perception vs. reality thing!  i think i am taking a half swing and look at the video to see my hands at my shoulders!  

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36 minutes ago, sirchunksalot said:

I appreciate it, I'm trying to work out my tempo and not over swing. Lately, I've been trying to kill the ball and letting my backswing get too long. I videoed a bunch of shots and it only felt like I was getting my arms to parallel and see they're getting little past that. I guess our perceptions and reality are two different things. 

Amazing how what we think we are doing isn't really what we are doing.  During my lesson yesterday I was trying to get to shaft parallel and ended up left arm parallel.  

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Hit some wedges out in the yard... they sparked my “Lee Buck Trevino” thread...

It is rather windy, picked a 65 yard target with a 52°, expected some ballooning to happen, but instead I hit 8 “Lee’s” in a row, just low liner bullets that hit and stopped (dormant mush grass), I probably would have seen a little roll out, but man if they weren’t gorgeous.  10’ high tops, not touched by the wind in the slightest.

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4 minutes ago, Shankster said:

Hit some wedges out in the yard... they sparked my “Lee Buck Trevino” thread...

It is rather windy, picked a 65 yard target with a 52°, expected some ballooning to happen, but instead I hit 8 “Lee’s” in a row, just low liner bullets that hit and stopped (dormant mush grass), I probably would have seen a little roll out, but man if they weren’t gorgeous.  10’ high tops, not touched by the wind in the slightest.

in my book that is called a thin. Sounds like a great shot to have in the bag.

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3 minutes ago, rbsiedsc said:

in my book that is called a thin. Sounds like a great shot to have in the bag.

My feel for that shot is to stop the club at my left ankle... obviously this doesn’t happen, but man it produces some low zippers.

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11 minutes ago, Shankster said:

Hit some wedges out in the yard... they sparked my “Lee Buck Trevino” thread...

It is rather windy, picked a 65 yard target with a 52°, expected some ballooning to happen, but instead I hit 8 “Lee’s” in a row, just low liner bullets that hit and stopped (dormant mush grass), I probably would have seen a little roll out, but man if they weren’t gorgeous.  10’ high tops, not touched by the wind in the slightest.

That's called the "backyard wedge shot"... much different than any shot on the course.   🤣

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5 minutes ago, Kenny B said:

That's called the "backyard wedge shot"... much different than any shot on the course.   🤣

Probably.  But I have pulled it off before, turned some heads for sure.  Do not have a real need for it unless I’m playing in Europe while it is windy.
 

mine seem to be the “backyard drive” lately... looks great at home, and the range... looks like a day in the woods on the course... (not the last round tho... brought it from the backyard to the course... finally)

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Had a decent range session today; tested a new club .. love it .. and a few older clubs that have been sitting in the garage to see if they might get a spot in the bag .. they're going back into the garage 🤣

Then did some putting, working on distance control .. and some chipping, working on a technique my pro showed me in our lesson yesterday. My chipping seems to have become the weak spot in my game lately so really need to keep working on it......

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Took a trip to the range today to see if I could keep somewhat of a similar swing to last weekend, especially with the irons. I had thought about playing, but with my work schedule lately, I need all the practice I can get.

I started out shanking several wedges and wasn't feeling too good about the prospects of a good range session. I then decided to move on to full shots with my 56 and started hitting the ball good. My suspicion is with the wedges I start out decelerating on the downswing then figure out my tempo with the full shots. I went back to the wedges later on and was hitting them good. I need to remember this.

For the most part, my irons were good. I'm still sending them a little left of where I want, but it's getting better. I had taken the foot spray out of my bag and remembered to pick it up and put it back in. After hitting about 40 balls and feeling I was somewhat dialed in, I sprayed some on my Wilson 6 iron. 20201206_143254-01.jpeg.801ac3580f815303934a30ec630576e5.jpeg

I don't know how the mark high on the toe got there. I hit my second shot and there were three marks there. 

I then moved on to my Cobra 6 iron for comparison and saw the dispersion of strikes was a little more wild, I even shanked one. 20201206_143848-01.jpeg.e13d7578e91b0185e7ccf1dd007d67da.jpeg

I pulled driver and the pattern got a little wilder, but all but two shots would have played nicely. One was a duck hook and the other was a push to the right. 20201206_144752-01.jpeg.ff03a00c81a72600b79e123a0dcf73ac.jpeg

With the exception of the low and low heel, I'm feeling better about driver contact than earlier in the year when I was all over the place. I'm working on shallowing the club and this is only my second session concentrating on it. 

Finished off the day by bringing the clubs home and giving them a much deserved cleaning. 

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Took a trip to the range today to see if I could keep somewhat of a similar swing to last weekend, especially with the irons. I had thought about playing, but with my work schedule lately, I need all the practice I can get.

I started out shanking several wedges and wasn't feeling too good about the prospects of a good range session. I then decided to move on to full shots with my 56 and started hitting the ball good. My suspicion is with the wedges I start out decelerating on the downswing then figure out my tempo with the full shots. I went back to the wedges later on and was hitting them good. I need to remember this.

For the most part, my irons were good. I'm still sending them a little left of where I want, but it's getting better. I had taken the foot spray out of my bag and remembered to pick it up and put it back in. After hitting about 40 balls and feeling I was somewhat dialed in, I sprayed some on my Wilson 6 iron. 20201206_143254-01.jpeg.801ac3580f815303934a30ec630576e5.jpeg

I don't know how the mark high on the toe got there. I hit my second shot and there were three marks there. 

I then moved on to my Cobra 6 iron for comparison and saw the dispersion of strikes was a little more wild, I even shanked one. 20201206_143848-01.jpeg.e13d7578e91b0185e7ccf1dd007d67da.jpeg

I pulled driver and the pattern got a little wilder, but all but two shots would have played nicely. One was a duck hook and the other was a push to the right. 

Pretty darn consistent mister. 

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1 hour ago, sirchunksalot said:

Took a trip to the range today to see if I could keep somewhat of a similar swing to last weekend, especially with the irons. I had thought about playing, but with my work schedule lately, I need all the practice I can get.

I started out shanking several wedges and wasn't feeling too good about the prospects of a good range session. I then decided to move on to full shots with my 56 and started hitting the ball good. My suspicion is with the wedges I start out decelerating on the downswing then figure out my tempo with the full shots. I went back to the wedges later on and was hitting them good. I need to remember this.

For the most part, my irons were good. I'm still sending them a little left of where I want, but it's getting better. I had taken the foot spray out of my bag and remembered to pick it up and put it back in. After hitting about 40 balls and feeling I was somewhat dialed in, I sprayed some on my Wilson 6 iron. 20201206_143254-01.jpeg.801ac3580f815303934a30ec630576e5.jpeg

I don't know how the mark high on the toe got there. I hit my second shot and there were three marks there. 

I then moved on to my Cobra 6 iron for comparison and saw the dispersion of strikes was a little more wild, I even shanked one. 20201206_143848-01.jpeg.e13d7578e91b0185e7ccf1dd007d67da.jpeg

I pulled driver and the pattern got a little wilder, but all but two shots would have played nicely. One was a duck hook and the other was a push to the right. 20201206_144752-01.jpeg.ff03a00c81a72600b79e123a0dcf73ac.jpeg

With the exception of the low and low heel, I'm feeling better about driver contact than earlier in the year when I was all over the place. I'm working on shallowing the club and this is only my second session concentrating on it. 

Finished off the day by bringing the clubs home and giving them a much deserved cleaning. 

Solid work it’s so funny how foot spray can show us one of the most important things....where we are hitting the ball 🤪

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Two buckets at the range yesterday morning. First time out with the DownUnder Board and it was pretty cool to see my swings with and without the board. I think it will be a very useful training aid.

So-so session, really struggled with my path getting left which led to a lot of pulls, toed shots and the dreaded quackers. Couldn't get my weight moving around without the DownUnder Board very well, just ended up starting the downswing with all of my weight into my left heel which led to the path issues.

Bright spot for me was the Callaway Super Hybrid. It's an absolute monster of a club. Off the tee the FlightScope Mevo recorded a few ball speeds in the mid-upper 140s. It's going to be a 3 wood replacement for me, and I can even crush it off deck. It also doesn't seem to have the draw bias so many hybrids have.

The weight shift issue bothered me all night and after some reflection this morning I realized I wasn't getting enough front side bend in the backswing. Hit probably 200 9-to-3 whiffles outside in the yard today and am liking some new feels. Excited to get back to the range next weekend to give it a go with full swings.

(I'm glad I'm working almost exclusively with my longer clubs this offseason. With shorter clubs I think I could get away with the left path and the misses wouldn't be as severe. I am going to get my long game fixed this offseason. I cost myself way too many strokes with long clubs last season.)

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callaway_logo.png.3dd18aa65544000dd0ea3901697a8261.png Callaway Super Hybrid, 41.5", Mitsubishi Tensei CK Pro Orange 80 Hybrid Stiff
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callaway_logo.png.3dd18aa65544000dd0ea3901697a8261.png Callaway Epic Flash, Mitsubishi Tensei AV Silver Hybrid Stiff
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1 hour ago, sirchunksalot said:

Took a trip to the range today to see if I could keep somewhat of a similar swing to last weekend, especially with the irons. I had thought about playing, but with my work schedule lately, I need all the practice I can get.

I started out shanking several wedges and wasn't feeling too good about the prospects of a good range session. I then decided to move on to full shots with my 56 and started hitting the ball good. My suspicion is with the wedges I start out decelerating on the downswing then figure out my tempo with the full shots. I went back to the wedges later on and was hitting them good. I need to remember this.

For the most part, my irons were good. I'm still sending them a little left of where I want, but it's getting better. I had taken the foot spray out of my bag and remembered to pick it up and put it back in. After hitting about 40 balls and feeling I was somewhat dialed in, I sprayed some on my Wilson 6 iron. 20201206_143254-01.jpeg.801ac3580f815303934a30ec630576e5.jpeg

I don't know how the mark high on the toe got there. I hit my second shot and there were three marks there. 

I then moved on to my Cobra 6 iron for comparison and saw the dispersion of strikes was a little more wild, I even shanked one. 20201206_143848-01.jpeg.e13d7578e91b0185e7ccf1dd007d67da.jpeg

I pulled driver and the pattern got a little wilder, but all but two shots would have played nicely. One was a duck hook and the other was a push to the right. 20201206_144752-01.jpeg.ff03a00c81a72600b79e123a0dcf73ac.jpeg

With the exception of the low and low heel, I'm feeling better about driver contact than earlier in the year when I was all over the place. I'm working on shallowing the club and this is only my second session concentrating on it. 

Finished off the day by bringing the clubs home and giving them a much deserved cleaning. 

Foot powder spray is the best.

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heated range session tonight with just a few clubs. took the PW/7i/5i and worked half, 3/4, and full swings with each. 

tried the rapsodo MLM out at night time. it didn’t do great, but picked up a few shots 

here’s a solid PW full swing (ignore the 5i icon...i forgot to switch clubs)

 

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29 minutes ago, Lacassem said:

Solid work it’s so funny how foot spray can show us one of the most important things....where we are hitting the ball 🤪

 

10 minutes ago, edingc said:

Foot powder spray is the best.

It's been one of my favorite training aids this year. It's easy to use and gives such good feedback on ball striking. The only downside today was I had to dry the range balls off from where it's been a little wet out here. It was well worth it. 

I forgot to mention, so I'll add an edit. @edingc, I'm really enjoying your review of the DownUnder board. I think I'll try to do a DIY project on one once Winter Shutdown at work hits. Keep up the great work on it!

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