If you need me to elaborate let me know, but…
The hand path looks better.
You have to do the hand path and the speed boat feel (which also means you can start down slower and keep speeding up, rather than slowing down prematurely).
There's only so much you can do with where the shaft and sweet spot are going. As I've mentioned before.
You're hoping to pull out the popcorn aren't you?
I don't think so, but it partly depends. I think just by dint of their excellent 3-putting on greens that are more challenging for that skill (stimp increases relative distance error) they are probably better than most ams on any green. At the same time, I expect that a blind visit (with a warm-up) could add a wrinkle in adjustment to slower stimps relative to what they are used to.
But I'd agree that generally a muni course is more roughly treated and perhaps would have a few more unpredictable bumps than a private club even if the stimps are the same.
I think @billchao has it nailed here. The backswing matters because it sets up the downswing. If your backswing leaves you with a cupped wrist and the club laid off, that's going to affect your downswing. If there's a discrepancy between what you're hearing from your evolvr coach and in this thread, it's easy enough to talk to them all at once and hash out the differences.
I think it might be a good idea for everyone to take a step back.
@pumaAttack, just because the initial answers you got earlier today were short doesn't mean there wasn't thought behind them. And it doesn't help to come back with "That is an awful answer." or why? why? why? why? Talk to your coach too to fill in the gaps. Ask pointed questions.
Check this out. Your 10-round average:
Your recent round:
So you hit the same fairways, same greens, slightly worse putting, same scrambling. But your score 6 shots below your average. My guess is penalties. Like you said:
By these stats, I think this is a logical conclusion, but who knows- maybe a deeper analysis would yield some other answer? I was just struck by the similar averages between this round and your 10-round average!!!
Added: P.S.-congrats on the sub-100 for this course. Sounds like that was a milestone in your game.