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23 hours ago, sirchunksalot said:

 I warmed up with wedges where I promptly shanked the first five balls until I figured out I wasn't rotating on the short shots. 

Better to hit those kind of shots are the range.   Been doing some wedge stuff at MGS and hit a few shanks and when they hit the walls they have an tendency to bounce around quite a bit....gotta be alert when inside 🤪

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1 hour ago, cnosil said:

Better to hit those kind of shots are the range.   Been doing some wedge stuff at MGS and hit a few shanks and when they hit the walls they have an tendency to bounce around quite a bit....gotta be alert when inside 🤪

Are you saying you "christened" the walls?  😆

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1 hour ago, Kenny B said:

Are you saying you "christened" the walls?  😆

I am not the first nor will I be the last;  wet wedges tends to create some issues.   They used to have TVs but they got hit a few times......I never hit one of them.   

 

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1 minute ago, cnosil said:

I am not the first nor will I be the last;  wet wedges tends to create some issues.   They used to have TVs but they got hit a few times......I never hit one of them.   

 

I've hit my side wall many times in my hitting bay, and they fly all over!  When I try something new and when I am just warming up, I always start with Almost Golf Balls.  I do have a large window behind me on the left wall that I worried about.

That hitting bay is gone now. It was demolished last month and new concrete footings and floor was poured 2 weeks ago.  Walls are going up hopefully tomorrow, and I will soon have a new hitting bay with heat and A/C.  The walls will be well-protected, but that large window will still be there so there has to be no chance that balls will be bouncing around.

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Consecutive days of solid practice. Something is seriously going wrong in the world today. Most frustrating part of the day was the launch monitor not picking up the ball. Had quite a few shots that felt and sounded good to look back and the only thing it caught was clubhead speed. I'm tempted to take my clubs down to Santa Clarita tomorrow and find a course after I finish up work for the day. In theory it's a better way to spend the evening compared to hanging out at my hotel like usual. 

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I’m coming back to the game from a very long hiatus. I’ve been hooking my shots hard, so today I practiced the fundamentals - grip, twist, and pull. Used Birdie Balls in the backyard. Super fun way to practice and it makes it hard for me to skip.

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1 hour ago, RichL85 said:

Consecutive days of solid practice. Something is seriously going wrong in the world today. Most frustrating part of the day was the launch monitor not picking up the ball. Had quite a few shots that felt and sounded good to look back and the only thing it caught was clubhead speed. I'm tempted to take my clubs down to Santa Clarita tomorrow and find a course after I finish up work for the day. In theory it's a better way to spend the evening compared to hanging out at my hotel like usual. 

Used to do that all the time.  I spent many hours after work on Kirkland AFB in ABQ at their golf course.  Well, it was on the way back to the hotel anyway!  

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Been leaving a lot of putts short lately.  Having little experience I figured the best solution is to add a couple strips of lead tape and hit the basement for some practice.  Spent a good 40 minutes moving up the ladder up to about six feet. 

Making minor adjustments, I think I've determined that I need to line up the putter ever so slightly on the heel side of center.  I also seem to strike it with better control if I set up an inch or two behind the ball rather than directly behind.  

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Went to the course after the gym. Brought my plane mate just to get feels for pitching. Then hit various pitches out of different lies to the different pitching practice greens with my 54 and 58. Was some fun practice.

Incoming I have the Putting Sword with eyeline mirror and some target circles coming in. Gonna take my short game by the horns while my swing is still coming into form

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2 hours ago, Vegan_Golfer_PNW said:

Went to the course after the gym. Brought my plane mate just to get feels for pitching. Then hit various pitches out of different lies to the different pitching practice greens with my 54 and 58. Was some fun practice.

Incoming I have the Putting Sword with eyeline mirror and some target circles coming in. Gonna take my short game by the horns while my swing is still coming into form

It's about time!!  😂  Just kidding.

Practicing the short game is a lot more fun for me than full swing practice.  I enjoy practicing different shots to the same target and creating different lies... with the same club as well as changing clubs.  I learn what shots I'm better at, and I will spend more time on the shots I'm not... if I feel that they are worth putting into my arsenal.  

I don't spend much on putting drills, since I am not focused on the ball when I putt.  Since I look at the hole during my stroke, I spend my putting practice time making sure that the face angle is square during the strike by using a right-hand-only stroke... ala Tiger.  Once I feel good about the stroke, I then spend the rest of putting practice getting the speed correct by putting to random distance holes... always mixing it up.  Building feel.

I can see that putting aids would be beneficial when looking at the ball during the stroke.  You have to make sure that your setup and stroke is repeatable.  

Biggest problem I see when people putt is movement of their lower body.  Tendency is to rotate a little; probably a carryover from swinging other clubs.  I did that, and I have to check for that during practice.  When I make my right-hand-only putts, my left hand is on my hip.  If I rotate, I can feel it.

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Whenever life gets me busy and distracted, I need to make a more concerted effort to visit the forum to see all the “how’d you play and practice posts” … it’s motivating. 

Was able to squeeze in a range sesh this afternoon … started with GW, to 9i, and by 7i I was soaking in sweat and felt my grip beginning to slip a few balls into the 7i. 

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Good stuff all around … took a break and went to driver, and for once, all straight to slight baby fades with every ball. It’s been a looong time since I didn’t have at least one driver ball sweep wayyy out to the right with a sweeping fade. Still struggling to get the driver swing speed over 100 though. 

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1 hour ago, Kenny B said:

It's about time!!  😂  Just kidding.

Practicing the short game is a lot more fun for me than full swing practice.  I enjoy practicing different shots to the same target and creating different lies... with the same club as well as changing clubs.  I learn what shots I'm better at, and I will spend more time on the shots I'm not... if I feel that they are worth putting into my arsenal.  

I don't spend much on putting drills, since I am not focused on the ball when I putt.  Since I look at the hole during my stroke, I spend my putting practice time making sure that the face angle is square during the strike by using a right-hand-only stroke... ala Tiger.  Once I feel good about the stroke, I then spend the rest of putting practice getting the speed correct by putting to random distance holes... always mixing it up.  Building feel.

I can see that putting aids would be beneficial when looking at the ball during the stroke.  You have to make sure that your setup and stroke is repeatable.  

Biggest problem I see when people putt is movement of their lower body.  Tendency is to rotate a little; probably a carryover from swinging other clubs.  I did that, and I have to check for that during practice.  When I make my right-hand-only putts, my left hand is on my hip.  If I rotate, I can feel it.

Ya i heads up putt too but my alignment at times worries me. What i got them for was alignment and start line. if i can nail those down, then i know my green reading needs work.

The wedge practice was the most fun session i had in a while.

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1 hour ago, Kenny B said:

Practicing the short game is a lot more fun for me than full swing practice.  I enjoy practicing different shots to the same target and creating different lies... with the same club as well as changing clubs.  I learn what shots I'm better at, and I will spend more time on the shots I'm not... if I feel that they are worth putting into my arsenal.

 

... It really is amazing how many gofers simply ignore this part of their game. My summer course has free range balls with every round and several memberships include unlimited range time. There is a decent practice area and I rarely see anyone there, while the range is always filled with those hitting full shots. Like you, I think most would actually enjoy playing multiple short game shots with different clubs than just pounding ball after ball on the range. If you can find a practice friend and make it a competition, even better. The irony is if they need that much work on their full swing they are more than likely missing quite a few greens and need even more work on their short game. 🤪

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... It really is amazing how many gofers simply ignore this part of their game. My summer course has free range balls with every round and several memberships include unlimited range time. There is a decent practice area and I rarely see anyone there, while the range is always filled with those hitting full shots. Like you, I think most would actually enjoy playing multiple short game shots with different clubs than just pounding ball after ball on the range. If you can find a practice friend and make it a competition, even better. The irony is if they need that much work on their full swing they are more than likely missing quite a few greens and need even more work on their short game. 🤪

One of the local munis has a really decent chipping green setup. I’ll go over there after work once in a while and I rarely have to wait or share the green with anyone. Short game is my favorite practice session. 

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4 hours ago, chisag said:

 

... It really is amazing how many gofers simply ignore this part of their game. My summer course has free range balls with every round and several memberships include unlimited range time. There is a decent practice area and I rarely see anyone there, while the range is always filled with those hitting full shots. Like you, I think most would actually enjoy playing multiple short game shots with different clubs than just pounding ball after ball on the range. If you can find a practice friend and make it a competition, even better. The irony is if they need that much work on their full swing they are more than likely missing quite a few greens and need even more work on their short game. 🤪

Plus short game is much easier on the body. 🙂 

 

Right now though I’m having an issue with driver and my new glasses. I did everything else pretty well yesterday, actually hit my fairway woods, hybrid great, irons fair, chipped and putting well enough to score. But I’m not going on a golf course again until I get used to these glasses with driver.

 

So I set my hitting net up (had it down for the summer) and hit drivers into it after my stack workout. Felt like I was closer to the sweet spot. I’m going to keep at it until I’m comfortable again. 
 

It’s a shame because I was really hitting the ball well. 

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My Skillest coach has me working w an alignment stick to prevent me from pulling the club too inside on my intitial take away. The drill was to hold a stick while I’m holding the club and keep it touching my body until it’s at P2 and then clock the wrists so it’s pointing at my target line. I went  ahead and drilled a hole into the butt of the grip just large enough so I could fit the stick in there.  You basically make a three quarter swing and follow thru.  Can’t chicken wing it or you’ll wack yourself w the stick. So far so good.  Been working on this drill for the past week. Unfortunately I’ve been neglecting my short game practice and that bit me today. Golf…

 

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Some range work today alternating a little with slow feel swings,5, and then full speed, 5, with my 5i. did that 4 sets. Had to adjust my club alignment more towards the heel as i was getting toey. I can feel the lesson work slowly coming in. I still have some EE faults but they don't seem as extreme on video. While i am kind of disappointed with the 5 months of work i have put in, I know that it can take years to retrain the proper movements, so I am trying to keep things into perspective. then did some driver work and shaft testing with face contact and radar.

Then did some short game work playing around with lofts from 58 down to my 7 iron at 32*. Wanting to give myself more options to try and get the ball closer to the hole. the past few weeks have had too many skulls with my higher lofted wedges so will only use those if the shot calls for a soft landing, carry over something or in the sand/pitch shot.

Finally some putter work. was only working on distance control. Played a little game where from 20ft would see how many two putts i get. I was close to 90% and probably closer to 95% but didnt keep exact count. All i know is i maybe had 1 or 2 three putts. Then finished with some 6 ft putts around a cup and did this 2x. 90% success rate there. Making me doubt if i need the aids I just bought 😛 

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55 minutes ago, Vegan_Golfer_PNW said:

I still have some EE faults but they don't seem as extreme on video. While i am kind of disappointed with the 5 months of work i have put in, I know that it can take years to retrain the proper movements, so I am trying to keep things into perspective. then did some driver work and shaft testing with face contact and radar.

Remember EE isn’t a fault. It’s a compensation for an actual fault. If you don’t early extend you wouldn’t hit the ball.

Yes it will take years to unbreak and improve movement patterns but that doesn’t stop progress from scoring better and building a better swing along the way.

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55 minutes ago, Vegan_Golfer_PNW said:

I still have some EE faults but they don't seem as extreme on video. While i am kind of disappointed with the 5 months of work i have put in, I know that it can take years to retrain the proper movements, so I am trying to keep things into perspective. then did some driver work and shaft testing with face contact and radar.

Remember EE isn’t a fault. It’s a compensation for an actual fault. If you don’t early extend you wouldn’t hit the ball.

Yes it will take years to unbreak and improve movement patterns but that doesn’t stop progress from scoring better and building a better swing along the way.

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Yesterday went to the range to work on a few things mentioned by the coach. Spent around 40 minutes to start mostly working on half swings to try to get the feeling needed to close the club face on the way down.

I'm finding that I'm having to go through some trial and error to find the thought and feel that corresponds to what the coach wants me to achieve. For example, he wants me to think of basically turning the club face down in the downswing, feeling like the back of my left hand points at the ground. That thought doesn't seem to resonate with me, so I found that by thinking and focusing on just allowing the hands to fall from the top, I was able to achieve the proper movement. For whatever reason, intentional thought on my wrist movement just doesn't work for me. 

The second half of the time was primarily spent hitting wedges, working on different distances and different heights. I'm pretty sure it's a setup thing with the wedges because I hit some pretty ugly shanks off the hosel, which is normally not my miss. I tend more towards the toe on every other club. Overall I know the wedges are where I should focus the most of my time right now. Finished up with driver because that is the club I'm still trying to get comfortable with. Will keep working on the swing changes and once they are set, I think I'll be in a much better spot to start improving my scores significantly. 

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