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31 minutes ago, Lacassem said:

GoPro Definitly works. Is that just the regular sound or do you have a mic with it? I was debating getting one to just plug into the iPhone (videos the other day were so windy and it wasn’t even that bad out)

Fingers crossed for the pup

That was with the built-in microphone. I've contemplated getting an external microphone, but the sound has been so good with the GoPro mic that I haven't bothered. 

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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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I got in another range session today, I got on a couple of things yesterday I wanted to reinforce in my swing. Mostly working on alignment and tempo, as I have a habit of swinging hard from the top an

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My misses are all over the place right now and “self diagnosing” my swing with YouTube videos seems to be making things worse....time to find a good instructor and start some lessons again 

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41 minutes ago, TBT said:

My misses are all over the place right now and “self diagnosing” my swing with YouTube videos seems to be making things worse....time to find a good instructor and start some lessons again 

Look up Adam young nail drill. It’s an external focus that has help myself and @sirchunksalot quite a bit. 

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37 minutes ago, rbsiedsc said:

Look up Adam young nail drill. It’s an external focus that has help myself and @sirchunksalot quite a bit. 

I couldn't agree more. I tend to have a whirlwind of internal swing thoughts when out on the course, and simplifying it has helped me focus on task instead of trying to think about every part of my swing. Before addressing the ball I'll try to work on a feel for my swing, but when I address the ball I'm trying to visualize the nail and hammering it. 

 

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10 hours ago, TBT said:

My misses are all over the place right now and “self diagnosing” my swing with YouTube videos seems to be making things worse....time to find a good instructor and start some lessons again 

Self diagnosing your swing is very difficult and then you have to find the right fix for that problem.    I had a lesson yesterday and we worked through a lot of things to try and fix a toe strike.   We tweaked the backswing, hip turn, and a few other things.  My problem after quite a bit of diagnosis and reviewing launch monitor numbers is that I have a flying right elbow.  The elbow separation causes a myriad of compensations to try and fix make an effective swing.    getting someone to look at your swing is always a good idea.  

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A sore wrist has limited backyard wedge practice but some extra putting has filled in the time.  I have been doing some one handed putting drills.  I noticed when videoing my putter stroke sometimes the backstroke goes slightly to the outside and then I loop it back coming toward the ball.  The one handed putting really makes me concentrate on taking it back straight and then going back to two hands it's real easy to keep it on line.

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16 minutes ago, Shapotomous said:

A sore wrist has limited backyard wedge practice but some extra putting has filled in the time.  I have been doing some one handed putting drills.  I noticed when videoing my putter stroke sometimes the backstroke goes slightly to the outside and then I loop it back coming toward the ball.  The one handed putting really makes me concentrate on taking it back straight and then going back to two hands it's real easy to keep it on line.

Interesting. Do either hand tend to break at the wrist when starting your backstroke then the other? Just trying to to think of me personally feel like just could benefit my left hand, I think that would definitely break at the wrist for me

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15 minutes ago, Lacassem said:

Interesting. Do either hand tend to break at the wrist when starting your backstroke then the other? Just trying to to think of me personally feel like just could benefit my left hand, I think that would definitely break at the wrist for me

I didn't notice either wrist breaking down in the video where I noticed the outside stroke.  I think it was just a lazy putting stroke move.  I did the one handed drills with both hands and didn't notice it being easier or harder to keep on line with either hand.  It was a less stable stroke with one hand so I had to concentrate more.  When getting both hands on the putter after the drills it was like...wow this is easy to keep the backstroke on line.  I have straight putt marks on the green for the different holes and was making a lot more from the 15' spot after the drills.  I am going to do this before my round the next time I play.  

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13 hours ago, cnosil said:

Self diagnosing your swing is very difficult and then you have to find the right fix for that problem.    I had a lesson yesterday and we worked through a lot of things to try and fix a toe strike.   We tweaked the backswing, hip turn, and a few other things.  My problem after quite a bit of diagnosis and reviewing launch monitor numbers is that I have a flying right elbow.  The elbow separation causes a myriad of compensations to try and fix make an effective swing.    getting someone to look at your swing is always a good idea.  

The biggest thing I try to take away from my lessons is the "why." Why is this change working? What did that change do to my other match ups to fix my problems? It's been really helpful for me because when things start to go off the rails, so to speak, I can step back and say, "What is my issue and what can I do to fix it?" 

Certainly no substitute to continuing lessons, but lately I've gone much longer between lessons than I did at the start of them and overall it's always just minor tweaks at this point. 

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(Authors note: I realize before writing what I'm about to say, I have my priorities backward and need some sort of intervention. Golf makes us all do some things that don't make sense.)

I played a round today, then hit the driving range. After my round I wanted to work on approach play and the 100 yard full driver swing drill @chisag mentioned recently. 

I started out hitting wedges to distances of 30, 50, and 70 yards. I was working to remind myself to rotate through these shots and mostly did good with the exception of the 70 yard range.

Moved on to approach, putting a rag under my left arm because I realized that I was allowing it to become disconnected and was chicken winging it. That drill really helped with contact, I just wish the course would open up the grass hitting area as I hate mats and feel like they are deceiving. 

The driver drill was HARD. I hit several shots that were low heel. 20210510_152453-01.jpeg.06968d1fd3aaa88b4279cc0809c8ed98.jpeg

Made an adjustment where I felt like I was starting the backswing by going straight back and was shallowing the club better and see better results. 20210510_153444-01.jpeg.5996bcf72fa94921842e511f35b81940.jpeg

The extreme heel was my first shot that go round and I was able to get a few closer to center. I did have one that was money. 20210510_152738-01.jpeg.2309c364b34f4527c04088e5cffe45d0.jpeg

It was just a tad high, but I'll take that for the first time doing the drill and try to keep that positive thought going into the next time I try it. 

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... Yup a very difficult drill because it exposes your swing flaws. Which of course is the purpose of the drill. Most find the sweet spot just under their normal distance when they are still swinging smoothly but not 100% of normal. Hang in there amigo, I have a feeling you will reap the benefits as you continue with the drill. And remember to use one more club than normal when you play!  

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5 minutes ago, chisag said:

... Yup a very difficult drill because it exposes your swing flaws. Which of course is the purpose of the drill. Most find the sweet spot just under their normal distance when they are still swinging smoothly but not 100% of normal. Hang in there amigo, I have a feeling you will reap the benefits as you continue with the drill. And remember to use one more club than normal when you play!  

I think it'll be good for my game, I'm a strong believer repetition helps ingrain better habits. It's actually nice to get out of my comfort zone and I like how it's easier to get an idea of what is going on at the slower speed.

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Playing lesson with my swing coach today.  Made some adjustments to posture for putting and driver.  Worked on green reading, decision making and thought process, and some minor tweaks to putting posture, chipping posture, driver ball position and setup.  Finished with a few minutes on driving range with the driver to work out a couple of things.  Afterwards, I joined a few of my buddies during their round and played about 9 holes, working on the things we discussed.  Things I'm still working on -- rotation, balance, better weight shift and finish.

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31 minutes ago, CarlH said:

Playing lesson with my swing coach today.  Made some adjustments to posture for putting and driver.  Worked on green reading, decision making and thought process, and some minor tweaks to putting posture, chipping posture, driver ball position and setup.  Finished with a few minutes on driving range with the driver to work out a couple of things.  Afterwards, I joined a few of my buddies during their round and played about 9 holes, working on the things we discussed.  Things I'm still working on -- rotation, balance, better weight shift and finish.

I could use the putting alignment right now.

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I took last week off from SuperSpeed training due to a bit of soreness in my left foot caused by what I believe is the non dominant swings. I started back up today swinging only on my dominant side, which isn't ideal but is better than nothing. Still saw some pretty good speeds and I'm right there at when the jump in speed takes place. Can't wait to retest in a couple of weeks!

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Range day today. Irons were ok. Tried variable practice with grip and shaping. Realized if I come through great my face is a little open. 
 

also did the Davis love drill. Contact all over is full speed. Center contact is 150 hits. 

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I went outside on lunch today and did a SuperSpeed session.... man did I feel slow today.

I barely sniffed in the mid-120's on the light stick.  But I feel like I got some decent speeds with the middle and heavy stick.  It's been far too long since I've done a full session.  I don't think I was feeling the light head all that well today which was messing up my timing.  

I want to get to the range at some point this week/weekend.  Maybe get out for 9 too, but I needed to get some speed training in! 

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I’ve been doing a fair amount of home office putting these last couple weeks.
 

Still had 31 putts this past weekend BUT I had only ONE putt that ended more than a foot away from the cup and that was on a 60 footer (ended up 4 feet short). I missed 8 putts that were 16’ or closer. No three putts. I’m looking forward to making even 3 of those 8 in the near future and 6 of them in the distant future! Would have brought my round down to 75 (five over) or 72 (two over). We will get there! 

Today I worked on a few things:

1. Putting Grip - I never have had a grip that I feel comfortable with. I’ve tried traditional, left hand low, split hands, finger down, lots of overlap... so many things. Today I felt pretty good! Settled on traditional with two fingers overlapping from my left hand onto my right. I also brought my right index finger down the shaft a little bit. Not pointing down the side, but more “dangling”. I felt like I could grip with a light pressure this way. 
 

2. Putting Speed. I subscribe to DECADE and one of the drills there is around speed. I didn’t have a lot of room in my office while I was on calls, so I practiced a lot of 5’ putts making sure I rolled the ball exactly between 5’ and 6’. I then moved back to 6’ and 7’ (the furthest I could go with some stuff we have on the floor) still stopping the ball within 12” of two quarters on the floor. 
 

Hoping it pays off this weekend.
 

Headed to the range on Friday to a Toptracer range as I want to work on getting my driver launch angle more consistent. Traditionally I’ve been around 1.4° but that can go as low as -2° and as high as 4.5°. I end up obviously with VERY different results if I put that different of a swing on it. 

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3 minutes ago, analyticandrew said:

I missed 8 putts that were 16’ or closer. No three putts. I’m looking forward to making even 3 of those 8 in the near future and 6 of them in the distant future!

Lots of great work on the putting,  but I think you need to really look at putting expectations.   You didn't specify the distances of those 8 putts,  but anything outside of 8 feet is the 50/50 distance.   If those putts were all inside of 8 feet,  I wouldn't question your 6 of 8 desire. 

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28 minutes ago, cnosil said:

Lots of great work on the putting,  but I think you need to really look at putting expectations.   You didn't specify the distances of those 8 putts,  but anything outside of 8 feet is the 50/50 distance.   If those putts were all inside of 8 feet,  I wouldn't question your 6 of 8 desire. 

My strokes Gaines putting on those 8 putts was -3.54. So yeah, a couple of them were REALLY bad. Again, I’m shooting for making 6. Realistically (as I noted) making 3 I’m happy with. Then the SGP on those at least looks a lot better. 🙂

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