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The new GolfDigest has a feature on a similar strategy, where the ball and the left heel keep the same relationship...but depending on the club, the right foot separation varies.
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Darksun22...some folks think I'm reasonably fun to play with. The spare battery is for the scoring app that I use. Most people find it necessary to carry a few things when they're playing golf outdoors instead of on a simulator. Give it a try.
only time I've never had someone backtrack to retrieve a club was when I found one on the 18th green. Turn it into the clubhouse
Walk. Better exercise. I also enjoy it more. Especially if the course is moving slow....seems like it takes twice as long if I'm in a cart. When walking it doesn't seem as bad.
My 19 degree hybrid is invaluable to me. It's lessened the need for my 5 wood to the point that I could remove that and put a 4i back in my bag which really comes in handy.
Sharpie, Swing weight, 910 club tool, insect repellent, small resin bag, athletic tape, a few spare soft spikes, laser range finder, spare battery for iPhone, spare battery for range finder.
Yes, and it works well. By the time I get to that point with a set of grips (they really need changing)... sand paper will get you a few more rounds out of them.
yep...part of the game. My group calls it "gallery pressure". But it does feel good when you execute.
Playing a par 3 last weekend. Hooked my tee shot into the tree line 30yds short/left of the green. I have a risky punch between a row of trees with 3-4 feet between each of them, to reach the green, but NOOoooo I decide to play it "safe" and pitch straight back out and have an easy chip for the next shot. I strike the chip and as it's in flight I see it's not as high as I'd have liked and it's tracking for one of the posts that line the cart path with rope. Sure enough...
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