First post and newbie player alert!
Recently started playing and been taking it fairly seriously. Had my clubs lengthened 1.5" and lie adjusted 3 deg upright after my (only) lesson in Vegas which fixed me pushing the ball at the time, and had me hitting it pretty straight albeit a bit fat.
Came home and had my own clubs adjusted and now I am hitting the ball fat all the time, sometimes horrendously. I'm assuming it's partially needing time to adjust to the clubs but I'm sure there will be something I can sort out with my swing to try and prevent it.
Could only record a practice swing in my garden, if I need one actually hitting the ball then I'll have to go and get that at the range. Any advice is appreciated, thanks.
I've been Playing Golf for: ~ 2 months My current handicap index or average score is: 60 (local 9 hole course) My typical ball flight is: Fade/Slice The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Slice previously, recently fat shots
Continued to work on my 75% effort swing. I'm trying to feel relaxed as I swing the club, it's definitely working. The bottom point of my swing is right where it's supposed to be. I haven't hit the ball this solidly and on line in a long time.
For my short game work, again focusing on keeping it relaxed and simple. Not "jabbing" at the ball. Just a nice fluid motion.. Putting very similar. Keeping the motion relaxed and fluid.