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Hey there!They honestly feel the same, but I wouldn't wear the mesh on morning rounds when the fairways are still pretty damp - don't wanna stain the cloth on it.I could imagine the spiked versions would have better grip in the morning as well.
Wanted to bump this thread and post that I absolutely love these shoes. So comfortable and do their job. Ordered the white spiked version but then ordered the charcoal mesh spikeless for the hot steaming summer time in Houston. Heck, they're so comfortable, I may make the mesh one my casual / daily shoes - just don't wanna wear the rubber nubs out. Definitely we'll worth it. Not sure if I can post it, but ordered both of them for about $60 each.
Sweet just joined (TKO). Now to figure out how this works...I've done fantasy football for years, but this is a little different.
Too late to join?
So, just went to the range today and had the best session ever. I could not get anything pushed right (in to out) but went back to what I thought was just a bandaid, but apparently Hogan set up this way - closed stance. I started by exaggerating my closed stance and swung...beautiful push draw. I understand I'm more than likely hitting a pull draw, but it hugs the outer edge of the fairway, then draws back in and FAR. It was at least 270 yards out with little to no...
I've given up on trying to draw the driver. Either hit pulls or worm burners. I'll swing and see my swing blur path going in off the tee, any other club, I see it go out. I'm starting to believe because the ball's teed up, and by the left foot, the path will always be in of the swing circle. I think I'll stick to my more reliable open stance fade, even though its not as pretty as a big push draw I see on TV. If I need a draw, 3W it is.
I have the opposite problem...can't get anything pushed to the right. All pull fades / pull with driver and pull draws with irons. :(
Oh wow, I think I just had an epiphany in regards to how I've been swinging and this post may have finally pinpointed what I've been doing wrong with the driver or getting the ball pushed to the right. The best I could do was a pull draw...but the majority of the time was either a pull or at best a fade.So what I'm getting is that you swing around and your front leg / shoulders...what I've been doing was swing around my torso thinking I had to keep my head back. I can now...
I do this a lot when in usually pitching. More control with my left arm and almost feel like I'm letting go of the club by releasing pressure on mi left thumb - seems to work so far...I'll hear the bounce of the club gently brush the grass when taking practice swings. For full irons though, I tend to use more my right arm or else I'll scoop and not compress the ball at all and not take a divot. I read a magazine where Vijay Singh kind of does the same thing with his...
I only notice that with my 3 wood.
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