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Posts by Stargaze

  I'm the same way, give me a 7 - sandwedge any day but give me a 4 iron and I start to sweat a little.
  Take a look at this video.  I think it's one of the better out there for a good sound iron swing.  Hopefully this helps, it did for me.  
  Don't worry, this happened to me not recently.  I literally felt like I was back at day 1 for a day.  I was at the driving range lastnight and today at lunch...nice stroke, follow through and made some nice shots.    So having a really bad day doesn't mean anything more than you had a bad day.  I recommend you take your best club [the one you're most comfortable with] and go to the range.  Key in on these items while you hit the balls:   1.  Don't kill the ball, let the...
Next year I'm going to plop down $299 for the unlimited driving range membership.  There's a driving range about 8 - 10 min from my house.  I need to be at the range every other day if not every day.   I think I'm starting to get obsessed about this damn game.     People are going to hear me at the range "Yessss my precious...."    
I went to the driving range lastnight and I'm seeing some progress.  I'm definitely getting the weight shifted to my back heel on my back swing.   Making sure I don't shift my BODY when I do this.  I'm slowly getting to where I can shift the weight on the swing and follow through.  I was using the 7 iron and I swear I'm hitting it farther than I was before.  I purchased 3 lessons from a driving range that focuses on training...
It's funny but I have a bigger temper at the range than I do at the course.  I cuss a little when I'm out on the course but I don't throw anything or have a tantrum.  
Well the truth is, I'm not real accurate with my driver yet but the good news is I don't have a slice or a hook.   My drives are going straight just not down the pike, they tend to zone in on a tree somewhere along the way and head right for it.
I'm working on the following items:     1.  Follow through - I have a tendency to stop my swing and not allowing the momentum to bring the club up around my body.   2.  Weight shifting - I'm learning to get the weight to my right heel during backswing and then starting to shift my weight just before the beginning of my swing.  
Around 250 via GPS. I don't have any trackman stats.
Well I don't have much golf experience so I won't have any great stories but the last time I was out I shot a ball out of one bunker and into another.  I wanted to choke something.
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