Here's an interesting question. I'm a golf resort recently and spoke to a highly ranked female amateur, plays D1 golf at a top school, and who was preparing for a tournament. I asked her about 65/25/10 and if she practiced that way.
She said she knew all about it and no, she didn't. In fact, her woman's team does the opposite. She said it's based on the slower swing speed that women generate and that the strategy of her team, and pretty much everyone she plays, puts the ball in play and in the fairway. So the game (in her opinion) comes down to short game. Her coaches employ a 70% short game practice and 30% full swing.
She admitted, it is completely different for the men's team. They practice 70% full swing and only a little on the short game. She said they can really bomb it and it's a different game for them.
I'm not claiming one way or the other is accurate, but does this make sense? What do you think of her point?
You can see it to the lower right of the frame (the red stick). It is behind me from a DTL view and left of me when looking face on. It is roughly angled to my swing plane. My backswing and downswing travel under it. If I get OTT I end up hitting the stick on the downswing.
Does that make sense? I'm having a hard time visualizing what you are describing but I'm open to a better way.
Worse case is you just hook up laptop to TV, which is a minor inconvenience, but pretty much guaranteed to work.
I didn't get a chance to watch much of the action yesterday, so dunno if this was a topic, but some of posts in my social feed - people pissed at the USGA setup.