Played the "home" course today, no new holes to check off. Was a so-so round in terms of scoring, but a great round as it was my youngest son's first round ever of golf (he's 29). Had opportunities for a few birdies and pars but it was not to be, but a fun round anyway.
Got to play a "birthday round" today as it was my youngest son's birthday. Shot 103, but it was more about time on the course with him (it was the first round he's ever played, he's 29). Had a couple of opportunities at birdie and more for par which would have greatly lowered the score as these were either bogey or double scores. Also never got into a great rhythm but like I said it was about time with my son. Good thing, the new to me putter, an Odyssey White Steel 5, was a treat to putt with. Now to get the approach game back to speed. Several nGIRs as well. It is relaxing to "know" that GIR is not the end of the hole and that good nGIR's are the doors to par!
Unfortunately, I'm not a good enough golfer to give swing advice, but there is a wealth of instructional knowledge on this site, and plenty of folks with expert understanding of the golf swing who can. If you're looking for drills, the COVID-19 30-day practice plan contains a nice selection of drills that cover many aspects of the game. Maybe start with that and see if there is anything that resonates with you. The drills from days 1-5 are a good place to start for full swing.
Thank you guys, I appreciate your insights!
I checked a lot of YouTube videos and it looks there are a lot of approaches:)
I tried a lot of drills there and I think Malaska drills worked the best. I stopped to slice the ball - but I started to hit it fat + I am still very inconsistent 🙂 I think my weight transfer is not consistent and maybe that causes the problems.
I would like to ask you - you saw my swing in the videos above. Except the centered turn, what would you suggest me to focus on? Any drills etc?
If you can give me any advice as an experienced golfers, it would be really cool:)