Day 38 (03 Aug 21) - Jumped outside around mid-day just before the afternoon rain was to start to work on the left hand in the grip. Been way too weak with the left hand of late, seeing too many pushes right. Worked with the PW, making sure I had a stronger grip in hand before 1/2 swings with the ball. Know it is not what I have been doing as it was somewhat foreign feeling.
Next step - once it stops raining (forecast has that early next week) is to take it the range and work more there where I can work on full swings.
Regatta Bay is on my list to play next. Don't think you can go wrong with that choice.
Links Sandestin was tight. Luckily my 4-hybrid was flying straight off the tee that day. I think I hit driver on only 2 holes.
I use it all the time. I have two a purple dry erase markers in my bag at all times. (Not sure why I chose purple?) It also helps with strike location and it's a lot less sloppy than spraying foot spray on your club face. I use it on range balls too. By the time the ball stops rolling the dry erase has rubbed off, so the range guys don't mind at all.
Does dry erase marker transfer from the ball to the club well? I’ve drawn on my clubface with dry erase marker and I don’t recall it ending up on the ball.
I’m not trying to be a smartass, I’m asking because I don’t know. I’ve always done lie angle tests with a sharpie.