I know right? but I randomly think about these things during the day. I was thinking that on the range if i stand on a golf ball or head cover it usually keeps me back in my stance and i swing up. I was wondering if there is a legal way to repeat that on days that i was struggling of the tee. You know random musings of a weekend duffer when stuck at work.
Howdy guys, so i am new to golf, i have been playing for 2 months now religiously and practice 3x a week. I just purchased a used driver and feels great, but i have one question. I would like to change the grips because the previous owner installed a medium-large grip, my question is should i replace it with a new golf pride mc4 and/or does the grip really matter?? Please help, i appreciate any useful advice and helpful tips. Thanks in advance!!
Are you OK with players walking towards the edge of the green towards the carts, but not fully off the green? I tend to do that so that I can A) gather my own thoughts and B) try to give them space to clean up their putts. I always figured as long as I stayed on the green or the fringe, though, that it wouldn't be seen as being too rude, esp not as rude as storming off to the cart.
Music at a moderate volume doesn't bother me at all. Moderate drinking is fine, getting drunk and obnoxious is definitely not fine. Excessively loud music is rude. Slow play is rude, showing up late, or even at the last minute, is rude. I still say leaving your trash out there, especially your nasty cigarette and cigar butts is the thing that bothers me the most.