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On 11/21/2021 at 6:27 PM, edingc said:

That may be on my purchase list for next fall. This cage has a target and baffle net that could be replaced by an impact screen for about $250. The projecter would have to go on the ground, which would require a $300 protective case, plus cost of the projector. Probably another $1k investment total, and it would have to be setup and torn down each time. As it is right now, I can go from cars in the garage to fully setup and hitting in about six minutes.

I currently don't have a Apple device to use the included free E6 courses. A co-worker is lending me an unused iPhone so I can try out the sim capabilities soon. I

Right now I just have the FS Golf app read distances out loud and then I can check dispersion on the phone screen by walking over. I'm getting pretty good at "feeling" the shot and can guess dispersion and direction pretty accurately already just by feel.

I've been very impressed by the Mevo+ and it's accuracy indoors.

To get the most out of what you did already. You can use a king size sheet up against the net as the impact screen. Then mount an overhead ultra short throw projector. Thats what I did and it works great. That will save you $550 because you won't need the case and screen. The sheet will just come down or go up with the net. My set up is in the garage as well. I had enough space for just a short throw. 

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4 hours ago, edingc said:

Absolutely loving the home hitting setup (and my wife, who has been encouraging of me hitting balls whenever possible).

Feel like I've been making a ton of progress on my swing since my last lesson. I texted the below image to my coach, which was the result of four warm up swings and nothing else:

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After I warmed up, I focused almost exclusively on hitting my 4 hybrid. I've always struggled with the longest clubs in my bag, so focusing on hitting my longer clubs is something I wanted to do now that I've gotten the net setup. The results were pretty good, as I was simultaneously focusing on contact and then also trying to see how fast I could swing on the Mevo+.

My gapping seems to be pretty solid. There's a touch of overlap between my 4 hybrid, 4 utility iron and 5 iron, but that's not such a bad thing.

At the end of my session I started to work on a wedge matrix, but that's going to need a lot of practice this offseason. I have a hard time getting good gapping between the half, 3/4 and full swing wedges. It seems I struggle keeping the same tempo when I change the backswing length, which leads to inconsistent distances. Something to work on!

 

That’s a pretty good grouping! What’s your home set up like? 

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I asked my little guy if he wanted to practice putting with me, he setup the putting mat for me... 20211126_194601.jpg.3864106fe8a9d01b0ff71a0bfac49fb5.jpg

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6 hours ago, edingc said:

Absolutely loving the home hitting setup (and my wife, who has been encouraging of me hitting balls whenever possible).

Feel like I've been making a ton of progress on my swing since my last lesson. I texted the below image to my coach, which was the result of four warm up swings and nothing else:

IMG_26112021_165747_(1280_x_960_pixel).jpg.a158edaccbcdc6b645c025e87f8cc9f4.jpg

After I warmed up, I focused almost exclusively on hitting my 4 hybrid. I've always struggled with the longest clubs in my bag, so focusing on hitting my longer clubs is something I wanted to do now that I've gotten the net setup. The results were pretty good, as I was simultaneously focusing on contact and then also trying to see how fast I could swing on the Mevo+.

My gapping seems to be pretty solid. There's a touch of overlap between my 4 hybrid, 4 utility iron and 5 iron, but that's not such a bad thing.

At the end of my session I started to work on a wedge matrix, but that's going to need a lot of practice this offseason. I have a hard time getting good gapping between the half, 3/4 and full swing wedges. It seems I struggle keeping the same tempo when I change the backswing length, which leads to inconsistent distances. Something to work on!

 

Dang man. Amazing progress!!!

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I've got an incredibly basic setup in my basement.  Just a clearance Walmart net and a throw rug on the concrete.  So far just messing around with a junk wedge and cut down hybrid I got from Goodwill.

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The neat thing about the rug is the built-in alignment aids, lol.  It's given me a number of little epiphany moments; the shaft and club face were more offline than I thought.  Fixing that straightened out my lead arm but threw my shoulders off.  Fixing THAT allowed my posture to set up a little more naturally.  In all, after about 50 cuts I managed to solve all my problems. 😆

While it's hard to get much feedback hitting into the net, I was able to more consistently hit the same spot over time.  Hopefully I can start to groove it over the next week or so and find an available range to see if it translates.

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@JerryB  Nice simple indoor setup!  I wish I had the ceiling height for that in the basement and didn't need to put my net out in the unheated pole barn. 

Make sure that throw rug is cushioned enough so you aren't damaging wrists & elbows with the concrete underneath.  You might want to consider a layer of the 2'x2' drycore subfloor between the rug & concrete. 

https://www.homedepot.com/p/DRICORE-Subfloor-Membrane-Panel-3-4-in-x-2-ft-x-2-ft-Oriented-Strand-Board-FG10006/202268752#overlay

I put those under my mat and it made a difference for me.

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16 minutes ago, Shapotomous said:

@JerryB  Nice simple indoor setup!  I wish I had the ceiling height for that in the basement and didn't need to put my net out in the unheated pole barn. 

Make sure that throw rug is cushioned enough so you aren't damaging wrists & elbows with the concrete underneath.  You might want to consider a layer of the 2'x2' drycore subfloor between the rug & concrete. 

https://www.homedepot.com/p/DRICORE-Subfloor-Membrane-Panel-3-4-in-x-2-ft-x-2-ft-Oriented-Strand-Board-FG10006/202268752#overlay

I put those under my mat and it made a difference for me.

Definitely good advice here. I'm considering doing something similar, or just adding about 1/2" or so of foam padding glued to the bottom of the Flightdeck and under the stance mat to level it. 

Even with graphite shafts in everything I still get some aching joints from the Fiberbuilt off the concrete, even though the Flightdeck is probably the best for joint pain of all of the available mats in that price range ($55 on Amazon).

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I went out and hit a large bucket at the range today. I'm still working to ingrain the feeling of using my left side to pull the club through, which is what I worked with an instructor to promote better weight shift. I've been calling it my frisbee throw, as that's the best way to relate it to my brain.

I'm starting to see some great results with all my clubs. I like to start out small, working with wedges hitting to various targets with my 52, 56, and 60.

My irons and fairways were good today up until the last bit of the bucket where I got a little tired and sloppy. I had to be home to go grocery shopping, got in a hurry, and got out of my routine.  Early on, the iron strike looked good and I actually hit the center a couple of times.

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Driver...not so much.

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I was hitting it pretty good until the spray went on the club. About mid ways through the bucket I was simulating the first six holes and hit it well. 

@JerryB, I love the indoor setup you have! How do you like the Garmin? 

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8 hours ago, edingc said:

Definitely good advice here. I'm considering doing something similar, or just adding about 1/2" or so of foam padding glued to the bottom of the Flightdeck and under the stance mat to level it. 

Even with graphite shafts in everything I still get some aching joints from the Fiberbuilt off the concrete, even though the Flightdeck is probably the best for joint pain of all of the available mats in that price range ($55 on Amazon).

I used those foam rubber puzzle piece looking mats that Lowes and Home Depot sells for workout room floors. Each piece is 1 foot square and about 1/2 " thick. They come in solid gray or multi color. I went with gray as the colored ones look like they should be in a daycare..  Works great. I think they are in a 4 pack for $28.00. You can get thicker if you think you need it as well but 1/2" worked fine for me.

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27 minutes ago, sirchunksalot said:

@JerryB, I love the indoor setup you have! How do you like the Garmin? 

I like it, though if I could go back I probably wouldn't buy it, if that makes sense.  

The GPS part of it is great.  The launch monitor side has been useful and I expect more use of it next season as I continue to be more consistent.  

The thing that sold me on it was the thousands of courses that are loaded up, that I could "play" during the winter.  However, with my current setup, I'm worried about swinging any longer clubs since I'm still a little cramped.

So anyway long story, it does what it's supposed to do and does it well but I'm not quite ready to utilize it fully.

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Have been working pretty hard on my putting since the end of testing on the Odyssey White Hot. Might be changing my grip to a claw style vs how I was going left hand low. Have been doing the gate drill and am much more consistent getting it through the gate with the claw. Need to do a video though because I feel like the mechanics are all over the place.

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1 hour ago, sirchunksalot said:

I went out and hit a large bucket at the range today. I'm still working to ingrain the feeling of using my left side to pull the club through, which is what I worked with an instructor to promote better weight shift. I've been calling it my frisbee throw, as that's the best way to relate it to my brain.

I'm starting to see some great results with all my clubs. I like to start out small, working with wedges hitting to various targets with my 52, 56, and 60.

My irons and fairways were good today up until the last bit of the bucket where I got a little tired and sloppy. I had to be home to go grocery shopping, got in a hurry, and got out of my routine.  Early on, the iron strike looked good and I actually hit the center a couple of times.

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Driver...not so much.

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I was hitting it pretty good until the spray went on the club. About mid ways through the bucket I was simulating the first six holes and hit it well. 

@JerryB, I love the indoor setup you have! How do you like the Garmin? 

Well according to that driver test MGS did you're at least missing in the best place to not lose as much distance.

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I've been mining the little 3-pars near me lately for my short game and short iron practice.  There's one right next to my home course that I've ignored for the decade I've been golfing and it's become one of my favorite practice locations.  The best part, it's empty.  Golf may have exploded on full size courses, but all the new beginners (and veteran players like myself) have totally slept on these little short game practice gems.  I can finally do what I used to love doing -- just stop by and play 9 or 18 in a couple hours.   

The course has a little exec 9 that more people play and a 3-par 18 which is where I've been spending all my time.  The 3-par has holes ranging from 100 yards to 150 yards, super narrow fairways with a lot of overhanging trees, and teeny tiny little greens with sneaky slope.  The greens are in great shape because they're honestly pretty hard to hit for most people (including myself a lot of the time) and run true.  I've been playing two or three balls and really working on contact & accuracy.  The overhanging trees have forced me into a lot of shot shaping and learning to really flight the ball low.  I'm doing this mostly with foot position and open or closed club face.  I've made huge progress on that front in the last few weeks.  It's been incredible for me on the course to learn how to adjust the trajectory to accommodate where I want the ball to end up. 

Some of the things I've learned -- If I want to land in front and bounce on with some runout a low draw works wonders.  If I want it to land and stick a high draw lands soft for me then kicks forward one bounce before back spin stops it cold.  If I want it to zip back I can hit a high fade or cut and the ball will zip back 10-15 feet.  Learning to work the ball has narrowed my misses too.  I find that my miss when I'm trying to work the ball is that I just hit it straight to where my alignment is.  That has made it much easier to select shots on a larger course.  I aim my feet where it won't hurt me and try to use the shape to work the ball closer to the hole.  It worked shockingly well yesterday (my first real round since spending the last three rounds on 3-pars).

It's also really helped with chipping and putting.  Misses are putting my right in my uncomfortable chip/pitch range.  Inside 30 yards and I've been experimenting with different types of shots to see what will get me closes to the pin in different situations.

Same for putting.  I'm getting a lot of real world practice rather than just hammering away at drills on the putting green.  

Best of all, the actual play an experimentation is giving me a ton of confidence.  I know what shots I want to hit and how to hit them in different situations.  Now, if I could only find the same type of practice for my long irons.  

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This past weekend, I worked on finding out where I was hitting my driver on the clubface, and to work on hitting the ball first on my irons. I worked on starting with a little more tilt at driver address. I have, for years, lined up off the toe on both irons and woods. Irons was to combat heel hits, while I don't know why on woods. 

I lined up both on the middle and made adjustments. Not shockingly, I hit more on the middle of the driver when lining up on the middle.

Irons, were a different challenge. I do miss left, as well, and feel the club is slightly closed at impact. Since it didn't matter, I lined up on the middle, and did much better hitting it more in the middle of the clubface. A little low, but not on the heel. The majority were solid, but my misses were hitting the ground before the club by an inch or so. Will try to improve this coming weekend.

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Except for the putter, everything else was pretty nasty. I'll attribute it to hitting off of mats for the first time in quite a while and 2 nights of lost sleep - our new puppy keeps wanting to play at 3:30 am! 

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3 hours ago, tony@CIC said:

Except for the putter, everything else was pretty nasty. I'll attribute it to hitting off of mats for the first time in quite a while and 2 nights of lost sleep - our new puppy keeps wanting to play at 3:30 am! 

Puppy good….mats bad😜

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Making a concerted effort to make some changes in my setup. I have for the longest time had a nasty habit of getting too hunched over at setup. What I found was that I would hinge my wrists way too much at setup by bending over and dropping the arms and hands in, and then the toe of the club would be way up at address. 

I've been focusing on feeling like the butt of the club is pointing at my belt buckle or higher by removing most of the hinge in my wrists. That magically got me hitting the center of the club more because I wasn't raising the handle nearly as much on the way through.

After having good success with my irons today, I tried hitting my driver for the first time in the garage. It took quite a few swings to get comfortable, but once I did I had some good results. I really have to emphasize a full backswing and what feels like a very subtle pause at the top before exploding down. When I got it right I was very happy, with club speeds touching 116 MPH on the Mevo+ a few times, and ball speeds nearing 167 MPH. Scaling down to "on course" swings yielded 110-112 MPH with 160+ ball speeds so I'm happy with that at the moment.

Swing thought today was long backswing, explode the hands out to the right. 

 

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1 hour ago, edingc said:

Scaling down to "on course" swings yielded 110-112 MPH with 160+ ball speeds so I'm happy with that at the moment.

 

... I mean this as a compliment, but I have no idea how you are a 9.1 index with that swing. 🤔

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27 minutes ago, chisag said:

 

... I mean this as a compliment, but I have no idea how you are a 9.1 index with that swing. 🤔

Hahahaha. Thanks! My problem is between my shoulders, mostly. I tend to go through streaks of really good and then really bad play. Not a whole lot of in between.

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callaway_logo.png.3dd18aa65544000dd0ea3901697a8261.png Callaway Super Hybrid, 41.5", Mitsubishi MMT Hybrid 80 TX
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image.png.49fcc172a1ed0010d930fbe1c5dc8b79.png L.A.B. Golf DF 2.1, 36", 68°, Black with Custom Sightlines, BGT Stability Tour, L.A.B. Press II 3° | Unofficial Review
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