I'm only really confident for the first 50 yards or so. After that I'm not really convinced about reliable results. Especially when you start involving slopes etc! Most courses here only have a 150 marker and occasionally a 100.
Is that just through trial and error or have you a secret formula!
My only reservation about this (apart from the cost) is that from I understand, although might be wrong, you can't use them in compititions-so then what do I do?
Practiced 9 holes today. 3 wood is pretty automatic, but driver is giving me nightmares. Getting great ball striking from my irons, but need to get my yardage dialed in. I think it was pretty good, but it was windy. About a 1-2 club wind today. Putting was ok, at least I didn’t 3 putt. It just rained here so my 8 iron chips weren’t rolling out very far. Switched to lob wedge and just carried it to the hole. Worked better on the soft moist greens.
Hi everyone! I bought myself a GoPro for Christmas and have really wanted to start taking it with me on my outings. Unfortunately there is still a lot of snow on the ground here in Minnesota so I thought it might be fun to record myself hitting a draw vs. a fade since I've never seen my swing on camera.
Very interesting to see how the two differ - I've never had a lesson so I developed the two shots through feel and youtube tutorials over the years. The most common comment I've gotten on the course is I swing like a baseball player. I'm not sure if that is good or bad, but it seems to work for me
As a side note, I just picked up the Callaway XR Steelheads this winter too and I highly recommend them for anyone looking for distance in their clubs. Average carry was 200 with the 7 iron today. I may be young, but those are some ridiculous numbers for me. Can't wait to see if that holds up on the course!