Day 48, part 2. Went to the range, continued with full-speed swings for the piece I've been working on for a few weeks now. Hit some lovely 5-irons. Then hit my new 3H and 4W a bit, closed with some drivers. Took my time on each ball but it felt great. Hit a few wedges too. Putted for a bit, attempting a 4-8-12 drill but with about 12 attempts from 12' (and all the putts to get there), I couldn't get a 12' to drop. I blame that particular putting green, as I seem to put poorly at that practice green, but it's worrisome that I had two poor putting practices in a row leading into a round on Saturday.
I don't find GHIN to be a PITA either. I use their app on my phone. I'm not even that good with computers and my phone is considered by some to be a little antiquated (it's a Galaxy S3, make of that what you will) and I'm able to use it.
Thank you both for the feedback. I'll start tracking numbers.
Given my fears of swinging at full speed indoors (the indoor setup is great for working on a priority piece, especially now that I can hit a ball, but not so good for full swings, but that's also a function of my house... a larger room it'd be fine), I think my plan is going to be to take them with me to practice sessions. If I hit a bucket also, great; if not, I can always put them in my bag, wander over to the mats, set up the radar and do the SuperSpeed thing, then go chip and putt.
I don't watch much LPGA (I feel like I should watch more), but when I do, I get the impression their pins aren't in positions you'd see on the PGA Tour. Specifically, they seem like easier positions -- I don't see as many ones cut close to edges or bunkers. So I wonder how such an event would be set up -- it isn't just what tees, but where the cup is.
This could just be my imagination.