I've been Playing Golf for: 30+ years casually off and on
My current handicap index or average score is: figure 25-30 over par so far
My typical ball flight is: variable, worst case is slice or straight push
The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: working on the driver first
Background: every course I've played more than 20-30 times will show a par or better on every hole eventually, just never in the same round. Most penalties and extra strokes have come from banana balls, water, woods, duffs, wiffs, mishits, dribbles, bobbles, and just general inconsistencies. I"ve always been better with the irons, even long irons up to the 1-iron, woods and especially the driver have always been my biggest downfall. I have had times on the range where I could somehow get the driver dialed in, but it hasn't stuck.
Today: I want to finally get consistent and to build a good driver swing, then I'll work on other stuff after that. I just picked up a new 3-wood that felt really good at the shop where I bought it, first wood I've ever hit that felt that good. I'm probably going to pick up a new driver soon as well, and my goal this year (assuming I can get out to play and practice enough) is to break into the low 80's for scoring with at least one sub-80 round. I'm confident that by fixing my drive and reducing my errors that this is a workable goal.
Now, for the video, all I have currently is one bad video from 2010, not great but shows me then in beast mode, or as I called it at the time my caveman swing. (I know I posted it several years ago, but I forget what site that was on.)
I also saw a drill that mvmac posted that I want to try out this week.
Okay, enough rambling, I'm here to learn.
Sorry about the video quality, I promise to upload a much better video set in the next week or two. (I might even tuck my shirt in for it. ;) )