A couple times a week. I never go to just smash balls anymore. I have a focus point in my personal sessions and I stick to it. I practice putting more now too.
This month I've promised myself to jump in a practice fairway bunker and finally (actually) practice getting out of the sand. We'll see how that goes.
The practice pays off. 18 months ago I was shooting 105-110. Now I'm shooting mid eighties and I truly feel I'll be breaking down the door of 80 by the time the cold comes in.
Not nearly enough. When I was practicing every day, I was improving a lot. Then injuries hit, and my practice slipped. Sure I pick up a practice club in the house every day and go through a few swing motions, but that's about it. I hit the range about once a week and the course about once a week. So I will shoot in the upper 90s.
As you can see in these two positions in the downswings, Rory (and almost every other face on video of pga tour pros) has a triangular space between his arms and elbows while Dustin has no space in between them. My position during this swing is similar to Dustin although my swing style is not similar to his (more conventional i would say).
Does anyone know what this means, caused by or can lead to?
IMO, for me... it may be caused by not rotating properly in the downswing (not opening up and being closed with the upper body), casting and/or getting stuck?---I'm sure DJ does none of these so I wonder why he is in this position?
btw i am kinda desperate to fix this (or find out why this is happening) because this is the biggest flaw i see in my swing atm if it indeed is a flaw---other than that my game is on point. lol.