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This was from yesterday, was focused on trying to not make too flat of a hip turn. Was trying to make what felt like slow motion swings, but video shows in reality that the swings weren't as slow as i intended. 

And for those who aren't aware, i am working on a version of the one plane swing, so that's why my hands are high at address the way they are. 

 

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2 hours ago, chisag said:

 

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

 

1 hour ago, edingc said:

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.

I have a growing theory that the courses a player plays at can have a substantial impact on a players handicap. For instance, @edingc's home course (and many of the local courses I play) has a rating and slope on the lower side. I feel like I have a much harder time scoring to my handicap on these courses compared to a few others I play that are probably in the more typical range of ratings. Maybe that's a product of my strengths and weaknesses working/not working at particular setups, but personally I just think of Cody and I as "pretty much scratch-ish, kinda almost" and try to cover up the chip on my shoulder as much as I can 😉

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On 11/28/2021 at 4:24 PM, JerryB said:

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.

Ok, I take it all back.  I love it!  😁😁

Been under the weather for about a week, but yesterday my son and I played a couple simulated rounds at a local course.  I beat him both times, and even got an ace.  Naturally, he's furious. 😁

Pulled it out again today and used the launch monitor to hit through my whole bag.  Threw caution to the wind and hit the long clubs, too (If I break a club, that means a new club, right??).  Had no issues, and the launch monitor numbers tracked fairly well with what Shot Scope has been telling me so far this year.

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7 hours ago, dlow206 said:

This was from yesterday, was focused on trying to not make too flat of a hip turn. Was trying to make what felt like slow motion swings, but video shows in reality that the swings weren't as slow as i intended. 

Two things that seem impossible when asking someone to swing a club a certain way...

1.  Swing in slow motion...almost never happens or it only happens for the first try then the swing speeds up on subsequent swings.....i am guilty of this.  About every third swing I have to slow down again.

2.  Take a 1/2 swing

regarding #2....I get asked sometimes for advice on wedge shots and the issue is usually a full swing decelerating into the ball so I ask them to take a 1/2 swing and accelerate through the ball.  99 times out of 100 they take a nearly full swing at 1/2 speed.   They think their hands were only waist high in the backswing but in reality they were about shoulder height.  🤔

Hmmm...after typing that I think I need to change how I describe the swing I'm asking for since almost nobody seems to get it.....Much like the line in Coolhand Luke.... what we've got here is a failure to communicate!!  😆

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Hit through the bag again today (minus the driver), five shots per club.  Thinking about doing this daily, hoping that it helps me hit the ground running next season.  Striking wasn't quite as good as yesterday.  Pulled out a handful of junk balls and tried to chip them back into the bucket from about 8 or 10 feet away.  Never tried this before; it was remarkably difficult for me.  Aim was pretty accurate but I had trouble getting the distance down.  Most attempts fell short.  Did manage to hit three in a row and 5 out of 6 near the end, so that's promising.

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I'm just getting back into the game and many years away and also just had back surgery, so really it's been the perfect opportunity to re-learn the swing and do things better this go round. My motto has been Perfect Practice Makes Perfect.  I practice with may more intention now. Each little practice session is trying to achieve one goal, like moving my hips, transferring weight, correct tee height, dialing in wedge distances, etc 

Here's my session where I'm just trying to work on getting my arms out of the way and extended through impact. Just one thing at a time helps me vs trying to fix 15 things at once. 

https://www.instagram.com/p/CXMy823P3Aj/

 

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Spent the better part of ninety minutes chipping and hitting short pitches with my wedges, just trying to get everything aligned.  Get my setup right; check.  Now am I hitting them all in the right direction?  Good (usually).  Weight shifts, quarter swings, ball position, on and on.  Hopefully over time I'll figure out which club feels best for these shots and things will flow smoother. 

Wild to think about it, though...the options are endless.  More broadly, sometimes fourteen clubs seems like way too many.  Other times it feels like way too few.

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Went out last week to play and my chipping and putting was really good 

I went to practice the things I could remember that seem to work 

1. Routine.  I find that if start my read from behind the cup and then walk on the low side to my ball.   Whenever I start my read behind the ball i would have a preconceived  cut path 

2 Once I have the read Rather than saying to myself it’s 2 ball outside or one finger outside (AE) If I say 1/2 cup or 1 cut outside it gives my a more positive imagine of rolling the ball to the cup. As I thinking cup if that makes any sense

3 Short putts I want to enough speed to get 1-2 foot past the cup Once I have speed established I can figure out how much break to play 

4 Long putts  Still work in progress.  But I am get better at finding my aiming spot. I find the AE works well  Also have to remind myself the last third of the putt is where the putt slows down and usually breaks the most 

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As good as the last couple sessions were, today was rough.  Wanted to throw my clubs down in defeat but was afraid I'd miss the ground.

Oh well... tomorrow is another day.

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A little chilly tonight at 35* but still got a few swings in tonight with a 5i out in the pole barn.  Working on shaft lean and compressing the ball.  My plan is to only practice with 5 or 4 irons this winter to train using a longer iron.  It was so windy this week we had a local leaf rule in effect in there!  🤣

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Trying to work on more speed; not something that comes easy for me.  About a year ago I asked Monte what was a good way to increase my swing speed.  He told me to hit balls swinging a lob wedge as fast as I can.  Well, I never make a full swing using my lob wedge because I have no idea where the ball would go; I knew it wouldn't go straight!!  😂

Fast forward to this past month where I have been hitting a ton of balls learning to make better ball-first contact, and I thought about that lob wedge.  I tried hitting a full shot with it and made good contact!  Apparently, all the ball contact practice is paying off; I can now go after a ball as hard as I can.  So, I will be spending my practice session swinging that wedge!  Going to baseline my swing speed with an SC200.

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10 hours ago, Shapotomous said:

A little chilly tonight at 35* but still got a few swings in tonight with a 5i out in the pole barn.  Working on shaft lean and compressing the ball.  My plan is to only practice with 5 or 4 irons this winter to train using a longer iron.  It was so windy this week we had a local leaf rule in effect in there!  🤣

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I like to do that as well. Figure if I can consistently hit a 4 iron from the deck then anything shorter should be no issue at all! Or at least that's the hope... 🤣

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2 hours ago, edingc said:

I like to do that as well. Figure if I can consistently hit a 4 iron from the deck then anything shorter should be no issue at all! Or at least that's the hope... 🤣

Eggzactly my theory!!  I had a cavity back 5i and 8i there and would usually grab the 8 to swing.  I took the 8 away and put an blade 4i there with the 5.  I am hoping the blade REALLY gets me trained to hit the sweet spot....i'll see next spring.  At the very least my hands won't be as sensitive to the thin shots by then!! 😁

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39 minutes ago, Shapotomous said:

  I had a cavity back 5i and 8i there and would usually grab the 8 to swing.  I took the 8 away and put an blade 4i there with the 5.  I am hoping the blade REALLY gets me trained to hit the sweet spot....i'll see next spring. 

 

... OK, I have said many times I am a big believer in whatever works ... works. So if you find this works for you, have at it. That said, keep in mind you want to grove a swing both physically and mentally. One of the main goals should be a free swinging motion, and that is true whether you are a hitter or a swinger. I have found more often than not, those that use a muscle back blade to groove their swing tend to get tense, over think, guide the club and instead of a free swing they begin to have their main focus on hitting the center of the face not the swing as a whole. Obviously hitting the center is ideal as long as it is the result of a free swing, not a goal in and of itself. 

... So I am not trying to talk anyone out of anything, just be aware that the best way to improve your ball striking is practicing with the irons/woods you normally use. It not only improves your physical swing, it improves your mental outlook because if you can stripe your 4 iron on the range, you know you can stripe it on the course. Conversely if your mishits are minimized with your iron but more penal with a MB, you know you can mishit your 4 iron which is not the kind of confidence you are trying to build. Good luck! 

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29 minutes ago, chisag said:

 

... OK, I have said many times I am a big believer in whatever works ... works. So if you find this works for you, have at it. That said, keep in mind you want to grove a swing both physically and mentally. One of the main goals should be a free swinging motion, and that is true whether you are a hitter or a swinger. I have found more often than not, those that use a muscle back blade to groove their swing tend to get tense, over think, guide the club and instead of a free swing they begin to have their main focus on hitting the center of the face not the swing as a whole. Obviously hitting the center is ideal as long as it is the result of a free swing, not a goal in and of itself. 

... So I am not trying to talk anyone out of anything, just be aware that the best way to improve your ball striking is practicing with the irons/woods you normally use. It not only improves your physical swing, it improves your mental outlook because if you can stripe your 4 iron on the range, you know you can stripe it on the course. Conversely if your mishits are minimized with your iron but more penal with a MB, you know you can mishit your 4 iron which is not the kind of confidence you are trying to build. Good luck! 

I've taken this advice to heart and that is now why my "4 iron" is actually a "4 utility." A lot more forgiveness packed in. 👍

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16 hours ago, JerryB said:

As good as the last couple sessions were, today was rough.  Wanted to throw my clubs down in defeat but was afraid I'd miss the ground.

Oh well... tomorrow is another day.

We all have those days.  Sometimes it just feels like the body doesn't want to cooperate for the day.    My advice is to step away when it does because hammering away at golf balls to fix it often (and in my personal experience) can lead you down the road of reinforcing a bad habit.  Trust your swing and take solace in the fact that the better you get the less this type of day will happen.


 

 

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I haven’t hit a shot other than into my backyard net since the Monday of thanksgivings bing week.

 

My coach sent me a drill to help my inconsistent ball striking which I can work on anywhere as it doesn’t require hitting shots so I have been.

I absolutely striped the ball on the range today - direction was a bit off but it was off consistently left of target until I started using my super speed stick for alignment 

 

Very good practice for certain 

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10 hours ago, chisag said:

 

... OK, I have said many times I am a big believer in whatever works ... works. So if you find this works for you, have at it. That said, keep in mind you want to grove a swing both physically and mentally. One of the main goals should be a free swinging motion, and that is true whether you are a hitter or a swinger. I have found more often than not, those that use a muscle back blade to groove their swing tend to get tense, over think, guide the club and instead of a free swing they begin to have their main focus on hitting the center of the face not the swing as a whole. Obviously hitting the center is ideal as long as it is the result of a free swing, not a goal in and of itself. 

... So I am not trying to talk anyone out of anything, just be aware that the best way to improve your ball striking is practicing with the irons/woods you normally use. It not only improves your physical swing, it improves your mental outlook because if you can stripe your 4 iron on the range, you know you can stripe it on the course. Conversely if your mishits are minimized with your iron but more penal with a MB, you know you can mishit your 4 iron which is not the kind of confidence you are trying to build. Good luck! 

If I get my swing dialed in to hit this sweet spot consistently I'll be gaming a very repeatable swing no matter what irons I'm playing.  It is immediate feedback on the contact spot that's for sure.  I hit about 20 tonight with it and only had a couple thin toe shots, most felt real good.  Now that's a real thin top line!!  

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10 hours ago, Shapotomous said:

If I get my swing dialed in to hit this sweet spot consistently I'll be gaming a very repeatable swing no matter what irons I'm playing.  It is immediate feedback on the contact spot that's for sure.  I hit about 20 tonight with it and only had a couple thin toe shots, most felt real good.  Now that's a real thin top line!!  

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That’s a cool club and fun to hit I’m sure.
 

I don’t always know who knows or remembers what here so I will remind that Chisag was a golf instructor. He’s very knowledgeable.  I would always take his advice to heart and consider it twice if I were going to go against it. 
 

Good luck and enjoy 

 

 

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47 minutes ago, revkev said:

That’s a cool club and fun to hit I’m sure.
 

I don’t always know who knows or remembers what here so I will remind that Chisag was a golf instructor. He’s very knowledgeable.  I would always take his advice to heart and consider it twice if I were going to go against it. 
 

Good luck and enjoy 

 

 

Have taken several of his personal messages and ran with them, has helped a lot with my consistencies (still have not gone to an instructor yet, in due time)

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