Little help here please!!
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Go easy on yourself. Next time you go to the range just hit a 7 or 8 iron into a certain target. If you are talking about hitting a driver remember that your driver is not a seven iron and requires a different address and swing than most of your irons or even hybrids. Figure out which of your clubs are easiest for you to hit acceptably well and use them more frequently than the others when on the course but then practice the worst ones at the range. For now though build up your stronger areas would be my advice.
Golf is the most difficult sport I've ever tried to learn. It took me months to improve to the level of a bad. I can't make suggestions on how you can get better, but I can suggest for you to be patient with your progress. If you're hitting 3 out of 30 that are good, you have the ability to hit a quality shot - maybe build on that. Some folks improve quickly. For the rest of us, it takes a long time.
Good luck and don't give up.
Push fade, as Valleygolfer stated, start right of target and moves even more right. Your path looks in-to-out, which can create a push fade if the face is open to the path, but it can also do a nice push draw. You may just need to adjust your grip to help the club face close a bit faster so it is slightly closed to the path at impact. I have had this issue. I try to think about the back of my left hand facing the target at impact while keeping all of the other keys the same.
Sounds like a Tin Cup moment to me. haha! Love that movie
I know it is frustrating hitting maybe 1 in 10 decent shots. But if you keep at it soon it will be 2 in 10, then 3 and 4. You will likely never get too close to 10 in 10 because your standards will go up as your average does. Have fun at it.