I don't know how to hit my 5-iron. I cannot find the middle of that club to save my life. I gave up on it and either go aggressively after a 6 or lay off a 4. I am baffled why I am so much more comfortable with a 4-iron in my hands.
Me and my 3-wood have a little conversation whenever it first comes out of the bag in a round that goes a little like this. "Ok, I don't like you and you don't like me. But this isn't about us. We both have a job to do here and let's not let it get personal today." The ensuing shot usually tells me whether or not it's worth bringing out again for the day.
Bummer, my post didn’t go through yesterday.
Day 16 - Yesterday was grip work and filming my Evolvr videos. Today I got my feedback, worked on my pivot with a “helicopter drill” I was given. I’ll film it tomorrow.
That's definitely what I'm trying to do. My instructor has been urging me for months and months to start filming my swings and keep a swing notebook/diary type of thing so I can come back to her with specific issues that I'm having. Problem is I suck at taking notes, so having this topic is actually very useful because I have enough downtime at work to capture my thoughts. Just need to start filming, but I'm practicing after sunset frequently.
Also there are times when I love that I can tap into the knowledge base of TST for specific swing aspects.