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I've been Playing Golf for: 9 years
My current handicap index or average score is: 95-100, more or less My typical ball flight is: fade The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: random hybrid shots
I have been playing for years, but only practicing seriously on the last 3-4. I never took a lesson (that was a big mistake), so over the years I tried to fine tune a flawed swing to obtain some consistency. I reached the point where I can enjoy a round without horrific shots, and probably the worst part of my game are 3-4 putts, but I still would like your opinion on the long game. So:
in the video there are a couple of 7 iron swings. I tend to have decent contact most of the times, ball first; 150-155 yards. The ball flight is usually a fade (starts right - for a lefty- and then goes left), but it's quite inconsistent, I mix it with slices and pulls. I am sure if you see the video that there are many parts of the swing I could improve
in the video there are a couple of H3 face on swings, and a couple from the back. 180 yards. Again, I can't be very consistent, first shot goes slightly left, second in the video slightly right. The main problem is the last one, a fat shot, which is the miss I would like to eliminate.
Not very long (220-225), but at least it ends up in the fairway most of the times. Still, any help or advise on the swing is welcome
Thanks in advance!
Yep, that's 5 wedges.
I went to the black friday sale, and was toying around with the driver or new shoes thing. I couldn't tell on the driver because the tee in the area wasn't high enough. I also need a lesson on my driver again. This made it shoes. But then I don't hit my 3W. It sits in my bag all summer and does nothing. Maybe I hit it once during the summer.
I'm also not comfortable opening the club face on my 60 degree and standing open. I tend to blade the ball when I do that. I've practiced it at the range and no matter what, in a course situation I will blade the ball or chunk it.
So I picked up a Callaway PM Grind 64/10. I tried it out on a 40 yd lob shot and put 24 shots in a row within 3 yds of each other. It felt good in my hands, and I felt confident with it. I didn't have to make any swing adjustments to hit the shot. And no, it was not on sale. So the 3W is gone and the 64 replaces it. My inconsistent mid game causes me to have to rely heavily on my short game. Until that improves I'm not going to handicap myself further.
Besides, the 64 can come in handy playing from pot bunkers.
Count me as another 5 wedge player.
How have I never seen this thread before?
I'm surprised that you'd use the same technique in firm/wet sand as you would in dry/fluffy sand.
I'm always feel in wet/firm sand that I can't get the clubhead sufficiently into the sand underneath the ball or that it'll get stuck and that I'll blade it across the green.