Torrey allows them and play seemed to speed up during a period when riding carts were not allowed.
Torrey South in particular with elevated greens and a lot of green side bunkers, I can see the 2 - 3 foot area off and around the edge of the greens getting extra wear from all the push/pull cart trafic. It's pretty much okay as the Kikuyu grass is so tough, otherwise it would be a problem.
They should just encourage players to just walk the carts right onto the green.
And how about a massive mower that is on the green everyday.
I don’t drive my push cart over the green, but I do drive it over tee boxes if they are in my way.
The only reason is that a lot of them are battery driven and they might spin out on the green doing some damage that way if the user is not careful.
Yes they still have them and charge some for them. But they are crap and most of the people have their own and many are battery driven.
Hello to everyone, new poster here. Wanted to share my thoughts about this method...maybe not just this method, but the overall effect of an open stance on early extension.
I'm 57, 5 hncp, rather thick chested and inflexible, and have struggled with early extension and flipping for many years. Really, I'm a 10 hncp ballstriker and a 2 inside 25 yards.
I have watched a few "senior" themed instruction videos to address EE, and they're almost all some theme of - closed stance, get a deep shoulder turn, swing out to the right, and accept early extension. None of this worked for me...my driver especially was wildly inconsistent.
So, opening my stance and swinging out instantly improved my ballstriking through the bag. Not really sure why, but I believe a closed stance facilitates EE - if I close up, it's not difficult to straighten my back, be on my toes, and stay balanced. Moving the left foot back with the butt moving forward results in a totally unbalanced (falling forward) position which can't be maintained, so the body doesn't do it (EE).
Yes, my backswing is shorter, but I'm making better strikes and haven't lost distance.
Does this make any sense?
Curious if anyone else is getting a certificate error when trying to access TST. I'm getting it when I try to get to the site on my old MacBook Air. I'm not getting it on my phone at all. I'm guessing it's a me problem, but wanted to raise it. Here's the information I get:
I broke my belt clip off getting into the car yesterday. Forgot to take it off after the round. I may have been trying to get away from that round as fast as possible and got sloppy. But that's neither here nor there. Pictures, if you're curious:
I'm going to have to redneck engineer something together. Worst case, it can go in my pocket. I would look to replace it, but who knows how long GameGolf has left in this world. It's a shame because I really like just looking at my rounds afterwards, even if I don't find the statistical analysis all that useful anymore.