My goalsfor the year are three fold but they all have the number 50.
Between April 15 and October 15.
1. Play 50 rounds
2. Driving Range Practice 50 times
3. Dedicated putting/chipping session 50 times
To get me in the spirit of things I'm reading a book on Father Son Tom Morris and The Greatest Game Ever Played.
I'm going to be buying this putter because I have a hand tremor, this putter was designed for that which should help my game astronomically.
Last year I also started dialing in my wedge game by buying a Cleveland 52 56 and 60 degree wedge. If you have never used a 60 degree wedge you have to try it . It has changed my short game incredibly.
I also have a good teacher to go to so here's hoping for a great season. Join me me on my quest for 50.
So today I was luck enough to play golf in February in Wisconsin. I changed my irons, 3w, and hybrid going into this season. I haven't posted much since October that will be changing. My wife and I bought a house which is a awesome yet a pain in the ass all at the same time. On Halloween (my birthday) our furnace wouldn't work and on christmas eve a big piece of ice fell off our roof and smashed our A/C unit. Those issues plus some other remodeling has kept me off TST and completely away from golf. I played in a scramble on 10/23/16. Haven't picked up a club until Saturday since that outing (well except to move them from our apartment to our house). I will hopefully be playing a similar amount as last year and working on improving my swing. I will be getting a updated swing on here once we get some more good weather. It looks like it will be back into the 30's in a few days. This was my round today. http://www.gamegolf.com/player/Jakester23/round/1336229 I felt pretty good other than a few swings. Its pretty cool to get 2 rounds of golf in already this year.
We've discussed how bogus the "timing" thing is in other threads… but it doesn't take a genius to figure out that a few mm swinging at 80 MPH or whatever is not going to amount to much "time" to "square" the clubface.
Offset works because it tends to make people aim the clubface to the left. They line up the toe and the hosel, and the clubface points left.