Not a lot going on here this year. I've played a lot of golf, but not put much effort into practice. My final year at school is coming up and I want to get back to it after that.
My club had a fund raising campaign during the winter where they sold packages of greenfees, range balls, lessons etc. I bought one with three lessons that I will be spending before school starts again. Already had my first, where we focused on irons and ballstriking. He had nothing to comment on my setup, posture, grip etc. Not surprisingly, my takeaway had regressed to the inside flip, so we worked on keeping the club on plane and getting the left arm in line with the shoulders at the top.
The next lesson we'll be looking at the driver. I'm sure there is a lot of the same stuff causing problems there. I also hope I'll get some more distance out of it. On flat fairways, I'm hitting it 250 yards total, which is not what I want. Based on my swing speed (105-110), I can get more out of it. Low launch angle is probably one of the problems, maybe high spin, too. I may also be holding back a lot, since I can't trust it. Some years ago, when I was very confident with the driver, my distance was better.
I got another two weeks of vacation, so I don't expect to fix it all this year. Once school starts, there won't be much more golf.