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Surprisingly busy at my home course early afternoon today , wanted to play 2 balls but had to drop it after the 3rd hole.
I had a one ball score of 50 for 9 holes.
The wind was heavy and on the 3rd my soaring drive was going nice and straight and then blew 30 yards hard right , followed by a topped fairway shot and the hole turned into a triple.
Another top on the 9th turned what should have been a single into a double bogey. Wind hurt my drives some on that hole too.
Highlight of the day was a 200 yard 3 iron drive dead straight against the wind on the 1st hole. First time on the course with this 3 iron since a regrip and new shaft, it was a gift from a family friend so glad to have it back out. Just a 90’s Spaulding Tour Advance but cool to have it back out and hitting some fairways again.
So I’ve been experimenting with a unique golf grip I saw on the golf channel. The only thing is I can’t remember if it was Jerry Kelly or Fred Funk. I get them cornfused. Basically, you take the index finger of the left hand (R-golfer) and point it into the grip. It doesn’t wrap around like a traditional grip. Then you semi overlap with the other hand. I’ve gain more distance and accuracy. I wish I could find an article on this unique grip. Please forward if you come across one.