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golf junkie from washington state

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helllo everyone,

my name is sean and i used to play alot of golf.i am 43 now but my mid 20s to early 30 i was high 70s mid 80s. plagued with shoulder and knee injuries am now back to swinging my clubs. i do gotta say everything feels wrong lol but it is starting to come back. i look foward to working on my game again

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Hey there, I have had some pretty good luck on the site with tips and other stories so hopefully it works out for you.. I have just started puting in a little more concentrated effort towards golf, I golfed when I was younger. The comment "everything feels wrong" I can totally relate to. My biggest WTH is short game Pitching wedge in.. its like I lost all feel and rhythm and I just hope for a vaccinity not location
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ya sometimes i dont even feel like i should be holding a club. then there is that one swing,the one that feels so good and sounds so pure. then it takes 25 more shoths to find that swing again. its really discourageing but i just keep telling myself it will get better lol. but after 3 shoulder surgeries and 3 knee surgeries i have alot of muscle memory to redevelop

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That is exactly what brings everyone back to play even though the game can be downright rotten. lol The one good hit where it went exactly where you want it.
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