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I consider this is a sucker type hole for me. If I try going for pure distance off the tee I'll often end up hitting the ball way into the woods and scoring bogey (or worse). I've gradually learned to back off... so more than likely I'll end up laying up.
I normally just use objects on the green to line up. However, if I've marked my putt I'll use the logo on the ball.
I usually use 10% of carry distance to determine whether or not I've hooked/sliced it too much (its also the type shot disperson that I normally aim for).
If you are going to practice on a mat take note of the sound that the you make. Over time you'll recognise purely based on sound whether you've hit it fat/thin/heel/toe.
The shaft is slightly shorter which means that in order to achieve the same swingweight (makes it feels as though you're swinging the same club throughout the bag) you need to increase the weight of the shaft.
Found an interesting article on how to do this, http://shootersolutions.com/instvig.html Seems as though they recommend adding a clear coat on top of the metal after you have blued it. Have to wonder how long the clear coat will last though.
You can normally get it at the local hardware/firearms/sporting goods store. http://thesandtrap.com/forum/showthr...hlight=blueing
Follow the links? Post #6 http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/index....owtopic=57261= Just in case you still can't find it. Look at Post #8. Also plenty of threads in this forum on this process. Just use the search function...
Shawn Clement, http://www.shawnclementgolf.com/ I think he's one of the very few golf instructors (that I've come across) who I've found to be both charismatic and informative at the same time.
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