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post #235 of 403
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I've seen how hard you hit them. I wouldn't describe that as "bashing"... f3_laugh.gif

 

 

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post #236 of 403
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

A little more work. Adding some downswing components (footwork).

 

Video is from my iPhone set into the crease of the next mat over. Thought I might get all of myself, but I didn't. Oh well.

 

 

It's uploading.

Erik, thanks for uploading this video.  Question I have... When you go from A5 to A6... How do you keep your head centered - and not moving trail side (behind the ball)?  Like in this image....

 

 

Do you have a Key #1 drill - which helps you bank the right foot - but prevents the head from shifting / tilting too far right?

post #237 of 403
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Originally Posted by Beachcomber View Post

Erik, thanks for uploading this video.  Question I have... When you go from A5 to A6... How do you keep your head centered - and not moving trail side (behind the ball)?  Like in this image....

 

Do you have a Key #1 drill - which helps you bank the right foot - but prevents the head from shifting / tilting too far right?

 

No... I've never really had a problem with it. I just don't do it.

 

 

post #238 of 403
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Originally Posted by Beachcomber View Post

Erik, thanks for uploading this video.  Question I have... When you go from A5 to A6... How do you keep your head centered - and not moving trail side (behind the ball)?  Like in this image....



Do you have a Key #1 drill - which helps you bank the right foot - but prevents the head from shifting / tilting too far right?


Lol, i have the opposite problem, my upper center drifts forward pretty bad...
post #239 of 403
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Originally Posted by colin007 View Post


Lol, i have the opposite problem, my upper center drifts forward pretty bad...

Me too! 

post #240 of 403
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Originally Posted by Beachcomber View Post

Erik, thanks for uploading this video.  Question I have... When you go from A5 to A6... How do you keep your head centered - and not moving trail side (behind the ball)? 

 

Do you have a Key #1 drill - which helps you bank the right foot - but prevents the head from shifting / tilting too far right?

 

post #241 of 403
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

 

Actually this can cut both ways. My only option for hitting real balls in the winter (I hit callaway HX foam balls in the basement) is to go to the heated dome but the guy charges 27$ an hour!!!!!! In the old days I could justify the cost as I would plow through 3-4 buckets in an hour, blisters and all! 

 

Now that this site has ingrained the idea of slow and purposeful practice I really can't go there because I would likely only hit a bucket at most. Almost as expensive as playing golf. But I'm getting a lot better and a lot faster, I can only imagine how awesome it would be if there were any decent instructors around here.

 

If three buckets an hour was helpful at 27 dollars, but one bucket an hour helps more, isn't 27 dollars a better deal? Why does the number of balls matter if it helps more? :)

 

Perhaps I'm only jealous because I have no way to practice with real balls. 

post #242 of 403
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Originally Posted by mvmac View Post

 

 

Absolute money.....

post #243 of 403
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Originally Posted by onephenom View Post

 

Perhaps I'm only jealous because I have no way to practice with real balls. 

 

Don't they have the heated driving bays over at Purdue? Or are those only for the teams?

post #244 of 403
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Originally Posted by Missouri Swede View Post

 

Don't they have the heated driving bays over at Purdue? Or are those only for the teams?

 

25 dollars for 70 balls is far too expensive for me. So yes it is possible, but there's no way I can do it and make rent :) 

post #245 of 403
Yikes...that's outrageous...
At that rate i would stay there for 4 hours and call it a round of golf.
post #246 of 403
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Anyways, how's that right elbow doing?
post #248 of 403
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

Me too! 

 

its my curse for being so good looking...

post #249 of 403
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Kiddo, cbrian, and I snuck out for a quick round at a little semi-executive-style course yesterday.

 

This hole is 135 or so for her. She put it on in two easily - very muddy, unmowed conditions were not favorable for roll. a1_smile.gif

 

post #250 of 403
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

Kiddo, cbrian, and I snuck out for a quick round at a little semi-executive-style course yesterday.

This hole is 135 or so for her. She put it on in two easily - very muddy, unmowed conditions were not favorable for roll. a1_smile.gif



Wow. I am impressed, getting it over the water no problem like that
post #251 of 403
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Originally Posted by onephenom View Post


Wow. I am impressed, getting it over the water no problem like that

 

I wish I could do that consistently. Even at 100 yards my 7 iron would be ok 9 times out of 10, but chances are my driver would go higher than it does far, and then 50 yards right dropping in the water. b4_blushing.gif

post #252 of 403
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

Kiddo, cbrian, and I snuck out for a quick round at a little semi-executive-style course yesterday.

 

This hole is 135 or so for her. She put it on in two easily - very muddy, unmowed conditions were not favorable for roll. a1_smile.gif

 

Ha Ha. Wow, just wow.

 

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