I was having a mental block with bunker shots for several months and it was killing me!
But then I ran into someone who gave me a good tip. He said to put the ball where I think my swing would naturally bottom out. And then just take a nice swing and be sure to follow through. Ever since then, it's worked for me. Just don't quit on the shot at the ball.
Would love to play out west... wonder if it's a big difference like snowboarding on powder as opposed to a sheet of ice in the northeast!
for nyc, your choices are going to largely depend on having a car
if not, the easiest place by subway is van cortlandt
next would be dyker in Brooklyn
and lastly Bethpage by LIR and cab
if you do have access to a car, then there are so many more options!
wow, didn't know there were so many uptight people on this board
i think a lot of people look at golf as an escape...
a place to relax and forget their worries
if it's drinking, smoking a cigar, or taking a toke
it really doesn't bother me as long as people are having a great time
there's a time to have fun and then there's a time to be serious
when i was first trying to break 100 i didn't even think about what ball to use
i was just so focused on hoping not to lose it
at least for me, i couldn't tell the difference from one ball to the next...
i liked precept laddie, srixon soft feel, nike pd soft...
get them used so you never feel stressed about losing them and wasting time looking for them