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Originally Posted by case31

I could easily make a top 10 list:

1) Spending almost 6 weeks changing swing planes and paths to fight a draw only to realize the problem was setup.

2) Watching a hit golf ball bounce, roll, and stop only to not find it when you walk to that area.

3) Taking two great practice swings on a chip, completely blow the actual shot.

4) Leaving a dead-center putt short.

5) Make bogey or worse when you're less than 150 yds in the middle of the fairway.

6) Overswinging and hitting a poor drive on a downwind par 5.

7) Follow up a birdie with a double (I'm famous for it)

8) Take one wedge for a chip shot, realize it's not the right club for the shot, hit it anyway because I'm too lazy to go back for another one.

9) Execute a 3/4 swing with a club, pure the shot and watch the ball sail over the green.

10) Take an uber-aggressive line on a putt and hit it 6+ feet by the hole.



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If you want to talk about going mental, the worst for me is bottoming out my driver - always creates a huge duck hook ... ABSOLUTELY HATE THAT (i do it waaaaaaaaaay too often)

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Having a round where I'm dropping putts in one or two but taking 2 + shots over the greens in regulation or Soundly striking the ball, hitting greens in regulation or maybe one extra shot only to be completely unable to find the hole with my putter.
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