I played well today, and tied my second-best score with a 90. But here’s the kicker: I was +6 thru 13. Yep. I shot 42 on the front nine, then started the back nine 5-5-2-4 (par-bogey-birdie-par). I then made four sixes in a row, +7 on those holes, meaning I still could make a seven on the par-3 eighteenth and shoot 89.
But I hit my first shot into the lake, and I went to the red tees (no designated drop zone), and hit my third shot onto the front of the green, but it spun back off the front and rolled down into the water. Then I hit my fifth shot to the fringe and three-putted. A real choke job on the last five holes. I could’ve easily shot 85 or even better today. But on the bright side, I had two birdies, both on par-3s.
I'm a retired carpenter. I have mildly arthritic hands...they get sore, and swollen, at the drop of a hat. I use mid-sized grips on everything except my sand wedge and putter...which have jumbo grips on them. Standard grips feel thin to me and while I can play with them it isn't a pleasant experience.
As for swing speed: Back-weighting a club (ceteris paribus) will reduce, not increase, its swing weight.
Grips are like shoes...comfort is paramount.
Yes, they do. But in your previous post that I quoted, you seemed to imply that only riding cart revenue helped the course. All revenue helps the course. You said you didn't blame courses for banning pull or push carts. You did not specify if they were owned by the golfer or not. FWIW, if a course did that around here, and I owned my cart, I would no longer play there! So, how does my lack of revenue help that course?
Okay, so, first off…
Too tall, forces your arms too far out.
Then, I'll say this: I admire two things about what you're doing here:
How you manage to pull all that backswing stuff together into a fairly decent downswing. 🙂
But, yeah, look at these.
This is just for reference, so you know where the lines came from.
Okay, here we go…
Work on your setup.
Then come back and work on doing all this stuff a bit softer. Your arms don't have to go as deep, you don't have to keep the face that shut that long, etc. Just let the club and hands go where they want, but make sure the left shoulder stays down and doesn't lift up toward to end of the backswing.