Sure. Makes sense.
I asked because sometimes a slow tempo is just… a slow swing, and speeding up the tempo can gain valuable MPH and thus yards.
But if you're 115 (let alone 120), you're swinging pretty fast already, so never mind.
What are you working on right now? Just the tempo stuff? If you're a 2.3 with that swing, how's the short game and putting? Decision making?
@iacas I'm thinking 115mph average on a normal swing but I'd have to check it out. I use to be 120mph+ but wild as a goose...
I'm slowing my tempo down because I'm tall 6'5" but my "wing span" is 6'8" so I have very long arms, if I'm too quick I get stuck behind on the downswing... that's my theory, does it make any sense?
If you're gonna call it a "league," I think the competition is implied.
The first definition I could find that applied was "a group of sports clubs that play each other over a period for a championship."
What you're wanting seems more like a regular group of guys to play golf with at an established time and place. You could call it a "league," but I think that will confuse more people than it'll help.
Or, perhaps this would work… call it a "league" but offer almost random prizes each week. Offer a closest-to-the-pin prize one week. Offer a longest putt one week. Worst shot one week. That sort of thing. That way it is still a "league" of a sort without being super "competitive."
Hey everyone! I am new to TST and looking for suggestions for new golf fitness exerciseses. Particularly looking for great core exercises, anti-rotation exercises and overall just good suggestions. What are your favorites?
Im a 22 handicap . Would like to join or start a "for fun"league in RI . Just want to play 9 holes a week and don't care about matches with handicaps etc . Any ideas on how to go about joining or starting such a local league ? None of my friends play and all the local public courses seem to just have the competitive type leagues. thanks