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Once you get a swing down with your clubs you must get the lie checked for your swing... especially if you're hitting everything left or everything right...
I get why a pro would and can do it... most guys got shots with little spin and need to hit it high to stop it on the green. as for distance control, I know exactly how far my wedges go with a full swing... when I'm in between and have to use the system you're describing I'm pretty accurate but really like to end up approachin from full swing distances...
If you maintain a single digit handicap there's no question you should be playing a premium ball with urathane cover. Softer feel better performance on and around the green. You must be hitting it fairly straight why want a hard ball.
I agree with Oakley G30. Don't get any polarized I've heard.
I play the prov1x, but usually try most new tour type balls that come out comparing them to the Prov's. I didn't like the Callaway soft ball. I tried their SR2 ball in league play Friday and although I shot par, didn't feel it was as good as the Pro V. They were consistent, accurate and dropped and stopped but lacked driver distance I got with ProV. I just got some callaway SR3 to see how they compare. A couple of SURPRISING balls are NXT tour S and very reasonable DT SILO...
Go to a golf shop with a range or simulator. Tell them you're looking for a set of irons. Hit like 5 or 6 different models and manufactures. Narrow it down to the best two... then say thanks. if they don't have them in used sets. Check out golf galaxy if you're near one, or ebay. Buy a set used that you liked. if you're a Callaway fan, callaway has a used club Web site.
I just purchased a new driver from a new company, Bombtech, in Vermont. They partnered with the University of Vermont engineering students to design a new driver. The Grenade. I did some research, spoke with Sully the owner and as he likes to say, "pulled the pin". I got mine hand picked for 9.5 degrees. They normally are 9 or 10.5 degrees. This DESIGN IS THE REAL DEAL. It has two small cavities making the club EXTREMELY forgiving on miss hits. Good distance and great shot...
I don't usually slice. When I over swing, I revert back to my baseball/softball days as a pull hitter and come over the top. The key is to swing inside out. You'll have to set up one of several "drill stations" on the range using a few tees, a head cover a shaft what ever. The first thing is to get the ball started to the RIGHT. Then start concentrating on your swing and club to get the ball to move left as a draw. I saw where someone said the aim down the left cause their...
It should read ...the first move is to throw the front shoulder and hip to the left...
I had the same problem as I played baseball and fast pitch softball for 30 years and was a pull hitter... the problem we both shared is the first move is throwing the hips and front shoulder to the right, for right handers. You will need to get the feeling of dropping your right shoulder into the slot and swinging from inside out. Think like your hitting the ball over the second baseman and drawing it towards shortstop. It also helps to concentrate on getting the toe of...
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