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I will break 3-4 tees with my driver for 18 holes (usually 14 drives). If I am working on my driver at the range breaking 8-12 tees is not unusual. I do use the 3 1/4" tees and have a 17.7 HCP so it is easy for me to crack a wooden tee. I pick up the large bags of 3 1/4" wooden tees at big box stores when I see them and the cost is not an issue - I just need to remember to load up before a range session.
Hi guys, i'm spending a lot of time thinking about the golf swing with the driver. Very interested to hear your thoughts on: 1) where does your swing with the driver bottom: a) in the middle of your stance (similar to your swing with irons) b) right before the ball, teed up inside your left foot 2) what is the ideal angle of attack - hitting up on the ball or hitting down on the ball? 3) swing path - do you alter your swing path with your driver vs irons? If you hit up on the ball, wont the natural swing path makes you pull thr shot (heading to the left)? 4) tee height - i think a lot of people are in favor of teeing the ball higher (modelling after Bubba) - this makes sure you hit the ball on the upswing - less spin, more distance) - but again, doesnt the natural path of the swing forces the ball to the left. how does one make the club face square a couple inches after the bottoming of the swing? (I assume that with irons by club face is square at impact, coinciding with the bottom of the swing. interestes to hear your thoughts and experiences on this! thanks
Played a good round of golf yesterday +5 in a hard 74.3 rating golf course. My driving was amazing, 280+ in cold weather in the fairway: missed 3 fairways and not by much. My second shots were abysmal, 7 greens in regulation. 4 in 4 on par 5, (I'm usually on or near in two strokes.) After the round I practiced my second shots, first time this year on grass... I guess that is the big problem, I don't have the same familiar feedback I get on mat, it feels so different. I think I could shave a few strokes by practicing on actual grass once in a while.