The putters are my seventy-eight-year-old Dad, who doesn’t play much golf anymore.
And, like a little kid, once I brought them out, he’s now having fun putting around the house.
When I told him about the situation, he didn’t seem thrilled to be selling them.
Honestly, he’s having a good time; I’d really can’t sell it now
I apologize; I got ahead of myself.
I’ll keep you in mind if we go to sell them.
Again, sorry for any inconvenience.
Wanted to break 90 for 2 or 3 years even, got close a few times but couldn’t. Over the winter I worked a lot with a coach, on putting and then in the spring I got my wedges dialed in for distance. I am now regularly breaking 90, usually only a hole or two will stop me from breaking 80. So my best 9 hole result is +1 for example.
I will be working on my game a lot over the winter and I expect to break 80 next year.
Towards the end of the season my swing had grown a bit too far in-to-out and “under the line” I was playing a pretty exaggerated draw with my irons, predictably causing hooky and fat misses.
I can get it back on track reasonably well by just hitting the range and alternating draws and fades.
then after that, hitting about 20 drivers trying to max out ball speed. As I work to swing faster, my attack angle tends to flatten out and my launch angle will drop to around 10 degrees. So, just trying to be mindful of continuing to hit up on the ball while working to increase speed.
I had a few yesterday with 163 ball speed and launch angle of 13, 14 degrees, which I was super happy with.