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Way to sum it up in one sentence

Swaying in the backswing.

I figured it out after the round at the range. Why is iTunes cannot figure out my mistakes during a round? Ugh.

I was having all sorts of problems due to a minute swaying on the backswing. I couldn't figure out for the life of me during the round.

After the round, I went to the range and started from grip, stance, alignment, backswing and bing there it was. Faulty backswing. Geez.

way to sum it up in one sentence

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Pretty disappointing. after a solid round the weekend before, i really tanked yesterday.It wasnt very fun, i just wasnt able to figure out why my swing was so inconsistent, i could definitely feel something wrong, but i couldnt figure out what it was. ill head to the range today and work with some things.

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I thought about writing one, long, run-on sentence that described every single shot I took, but decided to leave you with this, instead: Rusty, but exceeding expectations.

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Putting was good on practice green this morning but terrible during today's round of golf.

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