In a Chapman style two man scamble (net) me and my partner shot 81 on a tough private course. It was a bit long for us, both seniors, at 6270 yds. Strangely, though, it wasn't as much the distance as our approach shots, even inside 100 yds. For me, I am having issues with distance, not direction, hitting 60 yd lob shots over the green a bit (5 yds into the rough). We did manage to come in 2nd with a Net 75. Beautiful day in michigan for golf!
I have been going to Golf Tec a couple years. My first teacher left in March and I took a instructor who was much more organized and has begun to take me step by step. Now he is leaving and I had just signed up for a year because I was excited to have him. Anyway the owner teaches Stack and Tilt and said he would take me on even though his schedule is busy.
Any opinions on Stack and Tilt from experienced people here. I ask as this thread is older. Also, I had a pro analyze my swing after I bought, "The Hanger" online. (It was part of the package), and his opinion was that Stack and Tilt was ineffective. I struggle with consistency. Handicap 28.
I see some variables:
1) is the course long?
2) are you comfortable putting with another club?
If the course is long, then I’d go driver, 5w, 7i, and PW.
If the course isn’t long, then I’d go driver, 7i, PW, and putter. You can opt for another club if you don’t mind putting with other than putter.