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"5 Minutes Daily" Practice Challenge January 2017


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1/4: Putting practice in the hallway, 4-6 foot putts. Just focused on setting up properly and hitting my line. Welcome to the club! Lots of stuff you can do without a club. Two of my favorites.

12/09 - chipping with putting method on carpet at work... aiming a Gatorade cap (I'd estimate it to be a 10-11 on stimp meter)

Had probably the best range session I've had in the past few years.  Working on turning my left shoulder fully and speeding up the backswing.  Really, really solid contact and a great sound coming off

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Last night was a short chipping night. Took PW at many different lengths from the "hole". Going from barely knocking some onto a green(3 ft carry) to a little bit longer (15ft carry). really trying to hone in these close up chip shots, and get those into form and then move out to longer chip shots.

I realized how this can relate to other sports as well. Whenever i used to shoot-around with a basketball, and i wasn't very good then, I would start out by shooting a couple from the foul line and then most of my shots would be from at least 12 ft from the basket. Now when i look back it didn't make any sense because when i would play pick-up games i was so nervous when close to the basket that i would miss a lot of close shots, and i found myself doing that in my golf game early on as well. Crazy how we see so many parallels, but good to reinforce why i am doing certain practice. ( I have since changed my shoot-around techniques for basketball as well if anyone was wondering.)

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Damn!! The visitors are back!

got 5 min Sklz trainer swings done. Inside out swing in slow motion with complete finish. Tried holding 90 degree wrist cock for as long as I could but was not successful in generating natural whip

travel day tomorrow with hopes of finding golf range at the end of the day for real practice session

sunday will play 18 in Miami woot! woot!

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Left hip back again this evening making sure feet are pointed out. I'm really trying to overdo it with the feet. Getting the feeling of the club staying behind me more. 

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1/6: Had a storm coming this evening but managed to get 15 minutes of pitching practice in. Worked on aim and direction for a bit and then had some fun experimenting with the clubface and my swing to see how high I could get the ball to go.

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Saturday 7th January. 

9 holes with son, on a terribly wet course in Rochdale, then half hour with pro trying to understand why I often "top" golf balls when not on mats. 

 

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30 min range work. PW was great. Inside out swing to launch high, straight shots of 100 yds+ into the wind.

when tried the with 7 iron much less consistent shots. Some shanking, some fat shots

overall, good. Shots may be launching too high.

 

 

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