Thanks all for the tips. Next time I hit the range I'll try them out and failing that, take a vid.
I had thought of getting a 2 hybrid but Callaway don't seem to make them in the model I'm using (and happy with-Edge Tour).
My 3 wood was my favourite club until I finally learned how to be consistent with my driver.
Now I can't seem to hit it with consistency. It goes more or less straight but no height. Looks like a stinger or daisycutter.
I have no problem with a 3 hybrid (21*) and my driver (10.5*) is also good. But the 3W(15*) gets left in the bag.
Haven't spent hours trying to sort this out but it's starting to bug me. Any ideas?
Pity it's legit. This person is a beginner and incredibly slow. I was hoping I could use that as a way of moving things along a bit faster. All else has so far failed.
Will have to avoid said player.
On a green, I marked my ball, lifted it, and wiped the dirt off on the green beside my marker.
Was then called a penalty for testing the rub of the green ( which I wasn't trying to do).
I thought legitimate ball cleaning was ok?
I've got a bit of a gap between my wedges: PW (45º), SW (55º) and a lob 60º, so want to buy a wedge to cover that. I was thinking a 50º.
Sooner or later I'll probably replace the 55 and the 60 with matching wedges (cause that's the way I roll).
I live in Spain where the tendency is not to try before you buy (some 80% of new cars are bought without being test driven) so my 2 local golf shops tell me it's not possible to try before I buy (but that Vokey and Cleveland...
52 here. I've only been playing for 3 years so practice a lot as I feel I need to 'catch up'.
I'll do a full practice once or twice a week (a bucket of balls on wedges through to driver, 2 buckets if feeling off, plus 45 minutes hitting pitches, chips, sandwedges and putts). Total 100 minutes.
I'll maybe do a short practice (different location, only pitches, chips and putts possible) once a week. Total 45 mins.
And I play once, sometimes twice a week (18...