I've been trying to determine the correct ball I should be playing. I don't know my clubhead swing (where do I get that clocked?), but I am a high handicapper and have never shot below 90. A lot of resources I've consulted have suggested 2-piece balls are good for beginners, but I also have a hard time keeping balls from rolling off the green.
What is the common wisdom in this type of scenario? When is it time to start playing higher quality 4 piece balls?
League night. Played well for the most part. Made a nice putt for par on 3 then missed a short putt for birdie on 4.
Just trying to torque the left knee on every shot. Lag putting is improving.
The Independent vote went very strong for Romney in '12, and he still lost. Given that, and everything you cited, along with other information I've read, I believe the country is right around 47% each side with only about 6% truly variable. So again, half and half is a fair representation. The Libertarian candidate could skew that this election but that would be an anomaly.
Good practice session today. I reviewed the grip thread one more time before I went out, and made that a point of emphasis before every shot.
My focus was to continue to groove the in-to-out path I've been working on, but to start to really work on proper clubface angle. My tendency right now (when I take the "correct" grip) is to leave the face open at impact, leading to straight pushes and push-fades.
It's not easy, but I did have some success, starting with slow-motion swings and working up to (what felt like) 80-90%. I focused on using the move that @iacas explained in Erie (hand rotation, not a "wrist-flip") to get the face squared up. I was able to hit some nice push-draws and straight draws with both the irons and driver...not consistently, but it was encouraging.
I also bought a tripod adapter for my iPhone so I can try some 240fps recordings of my swing this weekend.
It matters. Please read the last paragraph of my original post (the one that explains why I'm tracking a bogus HI).
I'm using an online Handicap tracker. My HI is not legitimate on a couple levels. I don't belong to a club and I play the vast majority of my rounds by myself. That's why I don't show a HI in my profile.
It's only important that I play by the rules because I want an honest assessment of my progress. I may never play in a tournament, but if I do, I'd like to be bit more familiar with how these things are done.
Just because I suck at golf doesn't mean I can try to learn the rules.