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I appreciate you guys understanding my intentions. Furthermore, I have utilized a lot on here throughout my short time as a registered user. Once I play with a friend again (instead of complete strangers I'm paired up with), I'll work on getting videos of my swing. Thanks again.

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I am in no way encouraging people to not take lessons. Like I said before, I won't disagree that they help. For me, my current financial situation (with a newborn baby) doesn't allow for that (and still actually play golf). I do the best I can with what's at my disposal. 

 

The last thing I wanna do is piss a bunch of people off. I just wanted to help others who were like me, since I did cut 12 strokes off of my average round. When I get some video uploaded, I'll certainly post it since I believe and trust the members on this board. If there was any confusion about my intent, I apologize. But again, I was only trying to help.

 

Going from 100 down to 90 is relatively easier to do than to break into the mid/low-80s. There are big changes you need to make in your ball flight to get there. For instance, having a specific repeatable ball flight.

 

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I definitely agree that trial and error alone is not what made Bubba great. He's a gifted athlete. Without sounding "prideful," I believe I am as well, though.

 

So are many of the other people on this site, and they still seek advice.

 

 

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I appreciate you guys understanding my intentions. Furthermore, I have utilized a lot on here throughout my short time as a registered user. Once I play with a friend again (instead of complete strangers I'm paired up with), I'll work on getting videos of my swing. Thanks again.

 

You won't regret doing so. I've gotten so much help from many people on this site, and my game has gotten far better than I would have imagined, despite myself. :roll: 

post #21 of 21
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I appreciate you guys understanding my intentions. Furthermore, I have utilized a lot on here throughout my short time as a registered user. Once I play with a friend again (instead of complete strangers I'm paired up with), I'll work on getting videos of my swing. Thanks again.

 

Your on the right track listening to these guys here ... look forward to seeing your swing and seeing the comments you get ...

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