You think that's bad? You should have been at Club Sahara back in the Paleozoic...or one of them 'zoics. It started with a little sand here, a little sand there, and the next thing you know...there wasn't nuthin' but! Played merry you-know-what with the dang routing. You'd set up what you reckoned was a pretty fair nine and then it would get blowed half-way 'cross the continent. Went on like that for millions of years. Folks finally just give up...an' moved ta Scotland.
Ok, so range work tonight wasn't horrible. I did notice a slight backslide in keeping my left hip on the wall. But I think it was a pretty slight move, even so I'll work double hard to make sure I get back to not moving off.
I didn't notice until I got home that the camera was a little too close when recording FO Driver swings.
Was a really good drive, push draw that carried to the top of the hill. Other than small move off the wall and long swing I'm pretty happy with the swing.
This drive was almost exactly the same as the face on drive. Push draw to the top of the hill in the distance. I may be crazy, but it looks almost like I didn't go shallow to steep on this swing. I don't have good software to check that though.
Not bad other than the slight move off the wall and swing lengthened a little.
No real insight on this swing either. Swing could have been shorter.
But now, something completely different!!
Have I mentioned how much I love the pitching technique I learned in Erie??
I also had this same thought about a month back. I asked my instructor and he said he wouldn't worry about it (probably because he was thinking "get your effing swing right first, you can't fix BAD" lol) and said that it's actually probably in the correct configuration to aid in a slice miss in that the weights are there to prevent the cogwheel effect (inducing the side spin). So with the weight at the toe, if I hit the heel it should move back farther than the toe on impact and have less slice spin. I think I have that right, maybe I'm loony.
Ha ha. I thought for a while that I wasn't as bad at golf as I was at counting to 5 (or 7 or 8). Sadly, Game Golf confirmed the high scores are real.
I feel bad for the owners of the golf courses when they get hit by a drought. I guess the same can be said for anyone who's business depends on appropriate weather (farmers, ski resorts). I wonder how difficult it is to bring a course back to shape when it gets that dried out.