Videos are in the two links. My goal for shots is obviously straight shot, or either fades or draws, which put me acceptably into edge of fairway or rough.
I'm hi-handicapper hoping to lower handicap this summer at my local club.
I'm using the strategy of NOT -using-driver or fairway wood. Instead I teeoff with a hybrid. I have 24deg and 21deg hybrids which have good shafts. And, I have a 17deg hybrid with a different shaft.
Sure, this costs some extra strokes on long holes, but since I'm hi-capper, I teeoff from the closest allowed tees.
I can reach the green in such a manner (from closest tees) in three strokes max. This allows me 1-2 putts in theory at least.
This puts me going for either bogey or par, at worst, in theory, for the immediate future. Maybe with some extra effort I can learn the driver club during this year sometime..
MY WORST MISTAKES ARE:
-hooking (not the most common but very annoying when it hapens.)
-thin shots (low fast shots, incredible bounces, and some spin forward I think) (average common error)
-push shots (straight shot, except it flies into slightly righthandside, from the aiming line.) (very common error)
IN THE VIDEOS, 7-IRON WENT GREAT, NO PROBs (slight fade, draw, and straight shots)
IN HYBRID SWING THERE ARE SOME PROBs