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Continuing to explore the features of the SkyTrak to help me reach my goal. Even since I first read Dave Pelz's Short Game Bible, I've been a bit intrigued by the clock wedge system. But without a range, I've really had no way to get my numbers, and so my short game approach has been to use my SW for every partial swing shot, unless the situation explicitly called for a LW.

So the fact that the SkyTrak has a wedge matrix feature built in is great. In setup, you tell it 1) how many wedges you have, 2) what size swings you want to do, and 3) how many swings of each kind you want. The math means that your swing count will add up in a hurry. I'm doing four wedges, four size swings (1/4, 1/2, 3/4, and full), and five shots for each kind of swing. That's 80 shots; it took me almost 50 minutes to complete the matrix.

Here was my first result:

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So the obvious things that jumps out is the major gap between the 1/4 and 1/2 swing distances. In my case, I think I need to reduce my own conception of the 1/2 swing, and maybe slightly also the 3/4 swing. I also still need to figure out how to hit a full swing wedge that doesn't just launch higher without carrying further. My desire is to have my full swing SW be 90, GW be 105, and PW be 120. I know that's possible for me; it's not a matter of speed but of consistent technique.

Anyway, the potential is there for this to be a workable system for me. I use a laser rangefinder on the course, which is an important component for making this usable.

I'm continuing to love the SkyTrak data. In addition to the matrix itself, it gives you the dispersion chart for each club. Here's my SW:

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With the 1/2 swing, I had one shot that was an outlier, otherwise all the partial swings had pretty tight groupings. I really think I need to look into getting some wedges that are a degree or two flat; the wedge pulls are a regular feature of my short game.

 

That's great stuff!

I can imagine once you get the thoughts and feel ingrained, you can have a 65 yard shot, for example, and think of this table and choose between a 1/2 GW or 3/4 LW depending on the needs of the shot or where trouble might be.

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That's great stuff!

I can imagine once you get the thoughts and feel ingrained, you can have a 65 yard shot, for example, and think of this table and choose between a 1/2 GW or 3/4 LW depending on the needs of the shot or where trouble might be.

That's exactly what I'm hoping. And not just that: if I can swallow a bit of pride, I suspect that the 3/4 PW is going to hit the 105 number, with tighter dispersion, than the full swing GW. So it's not just having multiple options, but knowing the tendencies of those options. #data

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After another week of winter last week, there are hints of spring again this week. It's close to 60°, which is making most of the snow recede. Here's a look at my course as of noon today:

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There are real patches of (very very soggy and dormant) grass in this picture. The driving range nearest me (about an hour west) announced on Facebook that they've opened today. So there is reason to think that this long winter is finally drawing to a close, and that I will eventually get to the course.

Got back to hitting balls again yesterday for the first time in a while. I did another skills assessment, and was just about pulling my hair out, because I seemed to have lost all the distance gains I had seen through the winter. The numbers SkyTrak was giving were like I had aged 15 years in two weeks.

There were factors here: in the last couple of weeks, I've been experimenting with playing a cut shot through my bag. I've mentioned in previous posts my tendency to a big left miss. A good friend of mine (@Erik-M, who is much better than I am) was doing some practice with me and suggested the fade for one key reason: my draw (sometimes hook) comes into the ball very shallow, to the point that fat shots can be a problem. He thought that by switching to a fade, I'd have more control over my flight (taming the left miss) while steepening impact for more consistent contact.

The concern with that switch could be a loss of distance, but when I first implemented it, that didn't seem to be an issue. But yesterday, it was. I couldn't get anything going distance-wise. I was hitting my 7-iron 140 yards, when it had been my go-to club for the 165 assessment shot.

Eventually, I figured it out. I was creeping back to lurching on to my toes through transition into impact. Once I focused on keeping my right heel down longer (there's a drill that involves putting a wedge under that heel and holding it until impact) and getting my left hip out of the way (by posting on my front leg), the distance came back for the last few targets. Overall, then, the results were middling:

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Those 105 and 120 distances have been my trouble since the beginning. I'm hoping to get back to those today with the better transition feel and see if that doesn't get me closer to the pin. In general, though, my dispersion patterns were decent, and I'm planning to keep cultivating the fade for the near future.

I also took advantage of the warmer temps to get back to SuperSpeed swings outside. My speeds have certainly fallen off from their peak, since I had to cease swinging for a while because of some hand pain. But I felt that yesterday's session was productive, not only for the exercise, but beginning to learn again the feel of fast.

I ended the day with Kirke, alternating shots with foams balls with our drivers. We had foot spray on the face to monitor impact and the swing radar going to check driver speed. My impact was still certainly not as tight as I want; that's going to be an matter of focus in the next few weeks. But my driver swings hit 100mph on the radar while hitting a ball. It's not awesome, but not awful either. If I can ramp that up to, say, 105 as the season progresses, while getting even more consistent at finding the center of the face, my days of having a sub-200 driving distance should be far behind me.

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With the numbers you continue to publish, I have no doubt single digits is in the very near future for you. Great Job! Been enjoyable to follow. 

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Great work, @GolfSpy MPR. That wedge matrix is awesome. Reinforcing my want for a Skytrak.

Looks like you're just a few warmer and dry days away from getting out there. It's going to be cool to hear how all of your practice translates to the course. 

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Glad to see the snow is melting, we are at least another week behind what you have there.... Keep that draw shape in your back pocket in case you need it. Welcome to the Fade club.

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So, I am self taught,  I actually bought my first new driver last month.  Cobra f8+ driver, not to brag lol. I actually have bought all my current clubs on Ebay, except the driver. I am  like a5 or so handicap.  I have been playing with Michael Riley for few years.  He has developed tremendously since we've started playing together, and if it wasn't for my epic lip it on 18 we would have been golf league champs 2 or 3 years ago.  Not that I'm bitter or anything.  His dispersion has tightened up tremendously, and his putting had gotten way better.  We've had tons of conversations about chipping vs pitching.  I think he needs top feel it around the greens more,  but that might just be what works for me. As far as the distance,  if you watch Michael swing on the course it looks like the ball should go much farther.  I'm almost wondering if he needs to play more loft on his driver?  I think he might be tentative to use his hands with his driver.  Maybe it's too keep the ball from hooking? I think he might be casting his hands before the rest of the swing gets started.  I don't really know much about the technicals of the golf swing, I'm more of a feell player and know what works for me. I played college baseball so I am used to using wrist and hands in my swing which probably helps with my distance. I could teach him how to hit the ball hard in baseball but I don't know if that would hurt his overall game. I don't wanna sidetrack the progress he's made so far to get down to a15 from where he started.  Any thoughts for me to help would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks all!

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Also, about the cut swing we worked on, it wasn't for the shot shape, it was more because he consistently hit every shot before that about 2 inches behind the ball, and that's the only way I know how to tell him to hit the ball first lol

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Full disclosure: I've done a couple skills assessments that I haven't posted here. Most of them have been right around a 9-10 handicap score. I've been frustrated recently by a loss in distance that came on suddenly, and one that I couldn't isolate the reason. This one was not only affecting my wedges (I've written about that throughout this thread), but all my clubs.

The answer: relax. Just relax. Swing the club, rather than focus on hitting swing positions. Step into my stance like getting into the batter's box. In short: swing more like Kirke 🙂

That has helped a great deal. So last night, I did another skills assessment, but this time to different (and slightly longer) distances. The results were promising again:

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This was the first time I have ever tried hitting in-between distances by choking down on my irons, and it seemed to be working well for me. That was a useful takeaway, one that I really think I can bring to the course.

I mentioned in another thread that Kirke and I had our first opportunity to hit balls outside last week. A driving range an hour away opened for the season. This was the first time I've been able to hit my new driver, a Rogue Sub Zero I picked up from Callaway Pre-Owned. I literally have no idea how far it was going; there were no markers on the range, and I'm not familiar with the range enough to even estimate distances. But the most encouraging thing was that the driver simply wouldn't go left. My hope is that I can spend the summer aiming down the left side of fairways and just swinging away.

Most of the snow is gone here now, except where it has been piled. We've had rain recently, so the ground is soaked. But I'm optimistic that our course might open in the next week. My Game Golf is charged up and ready to track my handicap. Let's see if this practice will pay off!

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@GolfSpy MPR - Chalk me up as another so jealous of that wedge matrix.  That is incredible!

My swings didn't really match up with Pelz, but I use the clock theory.  My half swing I concentrate on the shaft stopping parallel to the ground.  If I am out of practice, I will tend to way overdo it.  Three quarters is a vertical shaft.  The quarter swing is a bit tricky, and I try to keep the shaft at 7:30.  These end up giving me numbers very close to 25%, 50% and 75% of the full swing.

I probably swing too hard, so this may not be very helpful, but that overcooked half swing was something that I eventually worked out.

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On 4/24/2019 at 10:57 AM, GolfSpy MPR said:

The answer: relax. Just relax. Swing the club, rather than focus on hitting swing positions. Step into my stance like getting into the batter's box. In short: swing more like Kirke 🙂

Love it!!! Less thinking and analysis, and "swing your swing!" (..now if only _I_ could heed that advice....)

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First round of the year!

I'm on the road this weekend in Michigan's Lower Peninsula. Brought my clubs just in case a golf opportunity should arise. Low and behold, between services that I'm preaching today there was a window to go walk nine.

I played a course that I've played once before, but certainly one that I can't claim is familiar to me. It was still quite muddy, in places puddly. The course is short (I think it was 6,100 from the back tees), but par 37 on the front. The only par 3 on the front is 220 yards.

Because golf, that hole produced the highlight of my season so far. I had time to debate club selection while waiting for the green to clear. At 220, I was considering either my 4w or my 3h. Eventually, I decided that on the SkyTrak, a solid 3h off the tee is the perfect 220 club. It's a club that's likely going to draw for me with a neutral swing, so I aimed to the right side of the green (the pin was on the left). I committed to it, flew it pin high, and it stopped 12 feet from the hole. Birdie putt lipped out, tap in par. I'd take that every time.

I ended up with my normal score: a 46, 9 over for nine holes. Bogey golf.

What worked? My approach game was not bad. I hit 4 of 9 greens, which is double my normal average. I had a couple of shots in those yardages that I've struggled with 90-120 yards, and I picked the club that SkyTrak has taught me, rather than the club I think I should hit. In each of those cases, I hit the green. That was encouraging.

Short game was a mixed bag. When I made crisp contact, I had better distance control than I can ever remember starting a season with. But I had a handful of badly flubbed wedge shots, hitting the mushy ground behind the ball so that it went nowhere.

Putting was just bad. 19 putts, which is far above my average. Last season I hung around 32 putts per round; the season before, it was closer to 30. I think I can get back there, but was putting very defensively today. The greens were quicker than I would have guessed for this point in the season, and being unfamiliar, I was lagging most things close. Two 3-putts, a one putt, and the rest were 2 putts (almost all of which the second putt was about a foot). I think there's lots of ground to make up here, and my putting here doesn't alarm me; rather, it makes me optimistic that I played bogey golf while making only two putts longer than a foot.

Off the tee was surprising: on the range, the Rogue could not go left. Guess where it went on every drive today?

Stupid game.

So that's still a work in progress. However, to come out of the gates in what amounts to last year's midseason form? I'll take that. The season has begun: here we go!

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Sounds like you started out of the gates pretty well.   Just a thing to remember about your putt counts;  if you are hitting more greens,  expect your total putt numbers to go up slightly.   

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First round at my home course tomorrow morning, with Kirke and my dad. My parents moved up here recently, so my dad and my son are going to be my regular golf group, and I know that makes me a very blessed man.

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Ended up playing twice this weekend, on Friday night (with @Erik-M) and then again on Saturday morning. Both times, we played the front nine at our course, a par 35. Nothing special from me: a 43 and a 46. My short game has been sloppy, but not so much in distance as making proper contact. I've hit a handful of decent approach shots, and one drive around 240, which would be a nice thing to find more often. Putting has been odd: lag putting has honestly been better than I would have anticipated, but I've missed a couple of two-footers. Gotta spend a bit more time just getting comfortable on the short ones.

All told, my handicap (in Game Golf) currently sits at 15.3, which is down (I think) .3 from the end of last season.

The most promising stat for me was this: I took my rounds so far this and compared them to the opening weeks of May last year. So far, I'm ahead in every category:

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None of these numbers are great, obviously, but being multiple shots better than I was this same time last year is encouraging.

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Grabbed a quick nine with Kirke this afternoon. Played the back nine at our course for the first time this year. Shot an 8-over 44. (Kirke shot a 43 to clip me by one.)

Positives: off the tee, I hit the ball really well, until the last two holes, where I used driver. But most holes on the back nine are either narrow or doglegs, and don't ask for driver. On those, I just kept hitting hybrid 210 in the fairway. Also, on shots where I'm making good contact, the ball is moving in a very controlled direction.

Negatives: still dialing in contact on iron shots and especially short game shots. Our course is drying but still mushy. For me, this means that fat shots are punished, and then I mix in (today especially) some compensating thin bullets.

Putting is still shaky, though Game Golf approved. Opened with 3, 1, 3, 1 putts. First three putt was a bad lag; the second was missing a two-footer. Like a good MGS member, I've been putting with the stick in. I'm beginning to suspect that it's still so unusual for me on short putts that it's a distraction.

Game Golf's evaluation of today's round:

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Handicap continues to trend downward, in tiny steps. Four nine-hole rounds under my belt: four-tenths of a stroke drop in my handicap, from 15.6 to 15.2.

One last note, in the interest of full disclosure: some (not all) rounds will include a single mulligan. Everything else, I'm a stickler for rules (which means that I'm currently hitting a lot of mud balls).

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