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  this guy's video seems to indicate that hitting up on the ball while driving is a good way to maximize distance.   I guess that's what the trackman numbers everywhere seem to show.   But is this guy's technique and advice good to follow?  seems a little extreme, so wanted feedback from the experts.  :)
Has anyone done a game evaluation or program with these guys?  what was your experience?  it's expensive -- is it worth the money?   http://www.catalystgolfperformance.com/     Any info would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks!
Thanks for the feedback so far!!   Regarding hitting it in the middle of the club face -- i'm definitely on that band wagon.   using club face tape i was able to see that i was almost never hitting the center, but hitting near the toe.  I adjusted slightly and now hit in the center of the club face much more often.  Not always by any means, but more often.  Definitely get a pop off the club face i didn't often get before.  For me, it's the difference between a 205 yard...
Hey, everyone.  I have a Sports Sensors Swing Speed Radar and am hoping to increase my swing speed with the driver.  See if i can get into the 260yard drives at some point.  There's lots of exercises on the internet, fast twitch, isometric, etc.  A few paid programs etc.  I'm hoping for a 10-15 mph increase.  What do you recommend?
Hey all, i'm tired of my old three-ball Odyssey putters, and was thinking of going to a two ball or maybe even a blade.  I'd also like to get two of the exact same putter, one for home/course and one for the office.  :)       Should i get fitted for a putter?  where's the best place for this?  I live in Chicago, so any specific recommendations would be appreciated.     Thanks!!!
Break 80 in the next 12 months.   Break 70 some day.
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I hit a nice draw with driver when I do that -- but always thought it was too much of a bandaid, so only used it when i was having real slice issues or really needed more of a draw.  I may try that out on my driver and 3-wood, both of which occasionally suffer from too much fade occasionally (approaching slice...)
Those arguments seem to say (and the videos show) that the ball is not compressed against the ground, but just against the club face.   So hitting out of sand, if hit perfectly flush, should result in a similar hit as on grass.  Hence, #2 could very well be true.   Right?
#1) I've also heard that when hitting down on the ball, you are not compressing the ball between the club and ground, but just compressing the ball against the clubface on impact.   #2) I've heard from a friend that I can practice making perfect contact (on the sweetspot, hitting down on the ball) with irons by hitting the ball from the sand.     If #1 is true, then #2 is possibly true.   do you all agree with either of these?
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