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Bad shots when exhausted

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What are your bad shots when you really get exhausted?

I hit 180 balls yesterday and played 9 holes. This morning I was on the range again, but feeling still a bit exhausted from yesterday. I hit good shots and then suddenly I really started to hit terrible shots, a few shanks, thin and fat shots. The more I tried to force good balls the more worse they got. What are your experiences?
post #2 of 6

When I get fatigued, my weight does not move forward unless I keep focus on it.  This creates fats shots or hooks/slices with the driver.

post #3 of 6
Push fades.

When I get tired, I start spinning out with my hips. Path way left.
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Lack of concentration for me... which results in me not considering ball placement, swing, or even caring about the rest of the holes I paid to play...

post #5 of 6

Fat shots for me. Those, or pushes. 

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Just back from vacation.  Played three 18-hole rounds in NC.  Weather (obviously) was hot and humid.  Low 90s last round.  Last few drives each day were hit solid, but blocked right.  Don't know what my body was doing or not doing to cause the blocks but happened all three rounds.

 

My usual tee shot is a draw.  Bad swings are hooks.  When tired, they were blocked.  Solid, but blocked right.  Most were hit to trouble areas of the course which meant pitch outs to get back in the ball game.

 

dave

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