Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. I’m giving this one an on the green in two on a par five, two putt birdie. I thought this was very well put together. Tons of laughs, some heartwarming/breaking stuff, and some really interesting animation. I’m going to try and make it to the theatres again for a rewatch.
Been doing some indoor practice.
Currently a good feel is where my elbow position is at A4. I am working on setting club head more upward by introducing more flex in my right elbow, from A2 to A3. The slow backswing helps keep the club from getting out of control at the top. The backswing feels really compact right now.
Looking at my patio window shows the club in a good position at A3-A4. The right elbow isn't sinking behind me.
I play for fun. I aim for long term improvement, but enjoyment of individual rounds is more than just the score I shoot.
I'd rather score poorly with good company than grind out a good score and feel like I was fighting myself the whole time.
I disagree, but for arguments sake, let's say that's true. There are other skills we have the natural ability to do: running, throwing, jumping, etc. Some people naturally do them better than others and everyone can be taught to do them better.
A skills coach will teach someone mechanics to improve their throwing or running technique. The same applies in golf. Nobody is ever going to tell you that to run faster you need to visualize yourself being faster or whatever mumbo jumbo these natural swing types like to promote.