W/ re: to golf, a good friend once counseled me: "it comes and it goes". Since he is an accomplished player, I think about his simple words of advice often.
I believe my very first post on this 'site was about "losing your swing" (or something to this effect). I think you can lose your swing from one day to the next if you don't trust your swing or know your swing. Something I learned recently from my instruction was to flush bad shots and just trust my swing. The first day back after a long lay off is going to be a bit rough, but you should (and I should too) keep those doubts at arm's length. The swing comes back as long as you don't start tinkering.
You know, Lihu, I don't know why you're getting all aggressive here . All over a guy I saw one time in an Edwin Watts for a few minutes who was, in fact, being way, way unrealistic about his abilities. It's not like I called out the guy in front of his wife and kids, mocked him to his face, or slit his car tires in the parking lot after I bought my dozen golf balls and checked out. Heck, man, I only used the guy as an illustration of being unrealistic about golf distances, and I dare say, oh call me crazy, thinking you can smoke a wedge out there 140, which is pretty close to the average for the bloody PGA tour, is perhaps being a mite unrealistic when you have a swing that clearly indicates you don't break 90 and you hit it 40 yards less than you represent.
Dang, man, are you that guy or something? Is there some back story I don't know about? Because this is just weird.
Ten minutes putting doing the steel ruler drill. First time to try this;I found it very effective.
i got to hit the Callaway Rogue today. I was swinging poorly and could not find the middle of the club face.On the monitor however, I was getting near my usual distance. Hitting it hooky though. I plan to go back and try warming up with my own driver. I like the look and it feels light.. The Epic never really cranked my tractor but the Rogue just might