In our daily play, we do not. In tournament's, yes each player receives individual cards with only one line for their score. Their is also a line for the marker to track his score.
But in the old days before printing scorecards, we simply used one card for two players and they would get signed by them.
When playing 4 ball, only one partner from each team needs to sign and attest.
Today’s session 1–17-20
I had to take some time off to heal from snowboarding. I don’t suck at it or anything, I must just be getting old. Everything hurt 😩.
1. Swing inside out. I keep swinging left
2. Go up through impact (forward shaft lean problem)
3. Stop shanking it. I drew some lines on my videos when I was bored. I noticed my butt was not maintaining the depth that it started at. I was gonna try to keep my butt against an imaginary chair or something.
FIRST SWING after warm up.
Nothing too good about this one.
I spent a good third of my session trying to keep my butt against an imaginary wall, and swing out. I thought this was not good. The takeaway was goofy on top of everything else. I came up with a new plan after this.
1.I tried to take the club away low and wide, then hinge my wrists vertically
2. I tried to bump hips and keep my chest closed to the target to stay deep in transition to swing out to the right.
3. Hit draws or hooks
LAST SWING. I have a bunch from this part of session. They all look similar. The last half of session was all slow swings 50% at most. I could not obtain “success” at any faster speeds.
1. Not in love with the top of my backswing, not sure why it keeps laying off.
2. I focused a lot on bowing wrist throughout the downswing. More than I captured in this video. I did hit a lot of draws in this part of session.
3. I got the club to not tip out in this part of session.
I feel a little lost, not sure where to start or what to focus on most. I’m kind of frustrated that I can’t simply swing out to the right like I’ve been able to for 6+ months. Next session should be Tuesday at the latest
Wedges are very personal. Some people like and play well with low bounce, some grinds have different effective bounces and some people use them for different things. Also the size and width of the flange is a factor.
All that said. I agree 6 deg is a low bounce and will be more likely to dig in softer sand/turf.