Yea, it was pretty odd how well the Patriots defense played during key stretches of their last five games of the season considering how bad they looked at times earlier in the year. Of course when it really mattered, they were totally prepared.
But the Pats were really bad against covering running backs, so I'm just surprised the Rams didn't attack that at all. What in the world was wrong with Todd Gurley? He was obviously hurt despite what Sean McVay keeps saying, but I was sure Gurley would've had his knee scoped by now, and yet it hasn't happened. Bizarre.
Anyway, now we're nearing that time of year where I brace myself for the sequence of garbage moves the Jets always make each offseason. I assume they're gonna end up somehow mortgaging the next five years on a totally bloated Le'Veon Bell contract where he inevitably declines within two season. Ugh in advance.
Well, the back is about 70% better, so I felt very comfortable working with my 60º to spend some time on both the loft of the shot and direction. Most of the shots were 50 yards out and the green is a rather wide and a bit narrow. That gave me a lot of "green" to work with.
I still am working on better aim. I have been able to do well landing it on on the green, as I am able to do just as well in rounds.
Now, I would love to get the shots to die a bit closer to the pin.
I do not use the pin as my target, rater I make a mental target area near the pin.
Today, most fell well within my 10' first goal and many had slight rolls to within 8'-6'. Not perfect, but this is the first day I really concentrated on drop and roll. I could do better. but for a first really effort on making the lob shots better, I walked away after 30 shots, feeling fairly satisfied.
You could also spend five bucks on a roll of lead tape and play around with the weighting. You might wind up with your ideal putter (slathered with lead tape but handsome is as handsome does), or you might figure out what you really want in your next putter.