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good question man. usually i just try as best as i can to forget what happened on the last few holes, and pretend like i'm starting on #1. it's easy to let the previous holes affect you, that's why golf is such a mind game. when i played in college it used to bother me more, because i didn't wanna come in with a bad score, but you'll learn to move on and start fresh. hope this helps
sorry for the late response. i'd recommend using the 56 for shots out of the sand, shots out of the green-side rough since you'll ned as much loft as possible, shots where you don't have much green to work with and you need to stop the ball quickly, or shots over a bunker. i'm not saying that's all you can use it for, but those are the more important circumstances. i probably forgot a few, but these should help
thanks! i'll check it out
hey guys, my swing feels good to me, but when i have one of my buddies record it, it's obvious that i'm coming slightly across the ball from outside-in creating a fade. it doesn't feel like that, but the video doesn't lie. anyone have any good drills to help practice coming down on the correct plane? thanks
i have this driver, i love it. it's 8.5 and it's set at C2. i usually hit it between 285-300 with a slight draw. nothing really to complain about, much better than my old one. i love the customization that you get with it
i would probably hit a 3 wood off the tee. i can carry that around 250 or so, sometimes more. that would give me a wedge into the green. i might hit 5 wood, if the hole is playing downwind, i'd probably be able to carry the 225 bunker
i haven't seen him do that, but that's what i was hoping to read. i'd rather stretch and get loose than just swing a club for 15 minutes. i try and at least putt a few times just to get a feel for my stroke
Just wanted to know if you guys had any good techniques for warming up when you're short on time. whether you're running late, or you get to the course and get a tee time right away. would you prefer to stretch first? putt? take some practice swings? 
i agree, that's the golfsmith i go to regularly, and sometimes i'm able to have questions answered, and other times it's impossible. overall a good store with good knowledge
freshman year of college i got into a weird groove where i'd hit some 100 yard shots fat. i started focusing on hitting the back of the ball, as opposed to where the ball touches the ground, if that makes sense. it basically just brought my point of focus forward and helped me hit them crisp. i still think about this today every once in a while
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