Day 92 (01/23/22) - Did Low Point control drill with my 58* wedge; chip shots first, followed by backswing to A3. Started with "miss the towel" then added a "ball", which, as I was in my living room, was a crumpled up piece of paper.
Erik lesson gave me two priority pieces I'm working on. I need to keep my right arm straighter and make a better turn. That is a ongoing process that I'll work on throughout the year. I'm taking video occasionally and do mirror work to see improvement. This really isn't quantifiable except thru better ball striking.
I hope to improve my putting. This past year for 21 of the last 24 rounds I kept strokes gained putting compared to a scratch golfer. I ended the year at 0.2 strokes gain putting but feel like I need to work on my distance control. I really can't measure distance control but hope to increase my strokes gained putting to 0.5.
I've got other macro measurable goals like reducing blow up holes and hitting more target scores (Par + CH) but believe my priority pieces right now will help improve those goals.
My biggest goal is to take my short game that I've worked many hours on in the simulator this winter to the course. Last year I was unsatisfied that I couldn't get up and down. Many times I ended up with a double bogey after a nGIR.
Much improvement needed but a game plan is in place.