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@Hardballs, if it was cold and rain, I would be out. Can't play when the course is under 2' of snow though.
 Hmmm... Maybe.. I don't hit it very far, so I would be able to tell with more "approximation" than some.
 Thats kind of what I thought. Might be getting a bit OT here, but I am going to go for it anyway. When I started, I was your typical pull slicer.  I was able to fix my path, but I actually did start hitting straight pushes and push fades.  They did not have a lot of curvature to them though.  This is why I assumed (for me) the problem was more in the face.  Again, for me, the "revving the motorcycle" feel has worked wonders.
 So they are free to "try"?  Meaning you could use them and then return?
I agree... with both of your statements.   One question for you though.   How many slicers do you see hitting push fades?    This seems like it would be a bit harder to diagnose (without trackman or some other device).  If I am thinking correctly, someone hitting push fades certainly has a face pointing right (for a righty), but there path could be right (a little), straight, or left??
The top one is actually pretty funny.
Myself as well.   Withdrawal (winter) only seems to make the addiction worse for me.
Only 300? Are you sure he didn't get a few strikes with one throw?
Same here. I always follow rule number 7 though. :)
Can't play here in the winter anyway. To much snow.
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