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Excuse my ignorance, but what do the alphanumerics in your post mean? Do they refer to Stack and Tilt (which I obviously know nothing about)? :-\  Thanks.

http://thesandtrap.com/a/big-list-of-golf-terminology Positions the club is at during the swing.

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Working all the time trying to get time to play Just started a facebook page called I Love Golf I will be posting wacky stuff on there. Go to Facebook and check it out. http://www.facebook.com/pages/I-Love-Golf/1439878089653958?ref=aymt_homepage_panel

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Will be concentrating on driver distance. Using some references here and been hearing good things about LSW, plus my pro encourages me to step on the driver a little more now that the legs are feeling better.
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I have primarily been working on my backswing, keeping it on plane, and being consistent at doing so.

I've also been working on my setup, and a little bit on impact.  My hands tend to be higher and closer to the ball at impact than address so that will probably need to be fixed eventually.

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Working on my driver. I got my motion down pat so I can the max swing speed I am capable of. Then Hit a great drive but then next time I think I'm superman and try to hit/swing harder that I lose control and either slice the ball right or pull to the left Working on my timing and use a ball with a line on the tee to force me not to over rotate my drive or hold it off
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Working on my mental game. Seems like when I playing with better players I tend to play better. However when I play with recreational players who aren't good I tend to slack off. My focus is okay off the tee and fairway as I usually have a target. I think where I can improve from pitching distancing cause when there isn't a ball on the green to be "inside " my distance control is lacking Also on the green I tend to hole more putts against better players who one putts lots
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I'm working on two things. First I need to eliminate useless strokes like missing greens that I have a good look at or 2 putting after close chips on. The second is capitalizing on good shots. My birdie conversion rate is pretty low so if I can start following up my good drives with closer approaches, I think I'll be able to shake off a couple of extra strokes in my rounds. And like always, eliminating hazards and 3-putts. I've been doing well at not 3-putting but OB and hazards will always have room for improvement considering how much danger my home course has.
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