Absolutely bloody horrible. Shot a 94 on a 6000 yard course.
Thought I was going to have a good day, started off birdie-par on the first two holes. Then it went straight down hill from there. I developed my snap hook again, and could not get rid of it until a few shots on the back nine.
Once again pitching has bit me. Lets look at the pitching
First hole: 20 yard pitch to the green, left my self 25 feet
Third hole: easy pitch left my self 20 feet.
Fourth hole, 70 yard pitch shot I flew the green, hit it 85 yards. Then the pitch next pitch ends up going to about 30 feet
Sixth hole, 20 yard pitch shot, left it 35 feet short.
Seventh hole, 20 yard pitch shot from the back of the green, left it in the rough. Then pitched it to about 25 feet.
Ninth Hole, 10 yard pitch shot, barely got it on the green, left myself 20 feet.
Tenth Hole, 5 yard pitch, barely got it on the green, left myself about 20 feet.
12th hole, 20 yard pitch shot, chunked it. Then my next pitch ended up about 15 feet.
13th hole. 20 yard pitch shot, chunked it into the creek about 5 yards infront of me. Then hit my next one to about 25 feet
14th hole, 20 yard pitch shot, left it 25 feet short
15th hole, 15 yards from the pin, got tired of pitching so i putted the ball off through the green. Then proceeded to chunk my pitch to barely on the green, left my self 35 feet.
16th hole, must have gotten tired of hitting them short. Ended up pitching the ball across the green in to the rough.
17th hole, 15 yard pitch shot, ended up 25 feet from the hole on the front of the green
18th hole, HIT THE BLOODY GREEN, NO PITCHING REQUIRED!!!!
So that was my pitching escapades today. I think I might start putting from the rough now. This is just getting frustrating. EASY pitch shots, I can't hit them with in 20 feet of the hole. I was more accurate with a 7 iron from 165 into the wind than I was from 20 yards. Maybe I should just lay up to a full iron shot, screw proximity, its costing me shots.
I know, in the long run just hit more greens MATT!!! seriously. I should not be wasting that many strokes around the green. I need to get back to my priority piece, getting that backswing fixed. Today the club was WAY too inside. I was hooking everything, big old snap hooks. My best iron shot was on the last hole were I set up to hit a cut and hit a push draw because I knew I needed to feel a cut to hit a draw. That is how bad my club inside. I aimed the shot for a draw, but I swung it like a fade.
@mvmac I know you mentioned my pitching motion looked good in the video, but apparently I am doing something wrong. I guess I'll just have to go practice some more. This is just getting frustrating.