I have a question about handling trashy people on the range. I am by no means a good golfer, but I had a good day hitting my drivers. I get focused on my shots and don't really pay attention to people coming and going...but I became aware of the others on the range and how trashy they were acting and dressed. Normally I would ignore this, but I realized several were getting mad at me for I guess feeling showed up. Just wondering is it better to socialize with people you can't stand or ignore them and make them feel slighted. I'm not that sensitive, but I don't like angering people either. Thanks.
My team is off to a decent start. (Other than being shut out twice). Calgary actually is off to a start where if we just maintain this sort of pace (66% points) we should be fine. We dug ourselves a huge hole last season, which is why we ended up... Well getting swept by the Ducks.
Vegas has been a nice surprise so far, but will it last. Can they make the playoffs? We'll see.
Played 27 holes today. 3 6s and 1 7 in those 27 holes. Shot 41-42-38=121... Still no full shots inside of 150 yards. Shot of the day: 26th hole of the day, 128 yards from the flagstick. Hit a 70% ish backswing 9i to 6 inches. I only hit 9 out of 27 greens... I did have 3 in each nine. Now I need some work with the driver.
Thanks! Duly noted. I gave it whirl with your thoughts of turning around my torso. I can tell that I'm still bobbing, but I hope it's improved. Good or bad, I definitely felt "stiffer" through my swing.
I can't figure out how to create the video combining normal speed and slow motion videos anymore on Youtube...something must have changed.
Full speed FOV:
Slow mo FOV:
Full speed DTL:
Slow mo DTL:
still a lot of improvement to be had for sure. Who knew keeping my freaking head still would take forever