I finally get a piece that is something I've been trying to find the feel for, over many years(probably over 5 years, I shouldn't admit that), and you two goofs just want to complain about my camera angle and the grass at the range. 🤦♂️ This is why I haven't posted my swing much for years here. 😉
@DeadMan It is one of four ranges I go to, usually it is a little better. They mainly have mats there but I prefer hitting of grass with my left wrist/hand injuries. They basically just mow down some grass there. Mats can be pretty painful at times if they are the wrong kind. Why don't you just be happy I couldn't do this move back in 2017, instead you beat me down then and are coming at me again now. 😉😂
Tee to green is as nice as it gets, relatively no rough or penalizing type lies, as long as shots go to a spot (if you can do that). Green speeds make less difference at Augusta, it's the undulations that take control. If you get a veteran caddie, listen to him and it makes you look like a pro. Without him, you're toasted.
I'm 44 years old and brand new to golf. I will be getting a few lessons soon but until then I have a question? I have limited rotation in my back swing to the point that my club head speed is barely 50-70 mph. My total distance with my 7 iron averages 140ish when I have a solid strike (with a launch monitor). My question is this. Are there any drills that you all have used yourselves that will increase mobility and actually give me a better rotation? At the moment when I get to the top of my back swing my left arm bends to compensate for the limited flexibility and this is affecting my ball striking I believe. Any links to websites with visuals would be helpful. Thanks in advance.