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Hello people,

Just signed up after lurking for a bit.  Wanted to say hi.

Love the site.  Enjoyed reading some of the posts in the "What did you shoot today?" and "Swing thoughts" threads and just like reading about golf in general.  So figured I would sign up and maybe chime in from time to time.

A little about me.

I'm 32, live in Philadelphia.  Been playing golf for about 4 years now.  My game is inconsistent but I usually playing to a 20 or so.  Going though some swing changes at the moment(aren't we all) that have me striking the ball a lot better lately but still struggling off the tee.  Hoping to tighten up the swing and start playing a bit more consistent golf this season.

Thanks for reading, look forward to more golf talk

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Welcome to the site!

I know you said you have been lurking, so you may know some of these threads already, but they're good ones to look at if you want to get the most out of the forum:

If you post video of your swing, you can get helpful advice from members, including instructors. Can't get that from lurking. Very big help even if you use it sparingly, and even the non instructors often have a good knowledge of fundamentals, plus it helps just having others look at it. Just taking the video for comparison to pros, for example, can be a big help so I suggest you use video to supplement any practice or instruction you've got going on.

Just a few tips on where to put the camera, etc. I use my Galaxy S3 phone for a camera with an 8$ tripod that goes on my bag, the quality is useful given I don't want to spend a couple hundred on a 240fps camera.

This one's really useful if you haven't seen it, and it can help with one's driving right away if that's where you're struggling at the moment.

Last of all, don't be afraid to jump into some discussions such as the Masters thread, or the more social ones in addition to the stuff about the swing.

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