Is unsolicited shot/swing advice always a no-no? I often see folks offer advice to people who are clearly beginners, particularly if they are young. But aside from that, is it always bad manners?
Played with a guy today who was shooting ~100. Looked like he played at least semi frequently (a weekend warrior perhaps). He was clearly lining up way right, and was hitting way right all day. I dont think he was adjusting for a hook (or at least i didnt see a single hook/draw all day). If anything i saw him slice a few. I didnt say anything, but wanted to.
Worked on my chipping, and putting (combo) game this morning.
Using one ball, from various areas around the green, chipping towards various (5) practice cups, I would chip shot the ball close enough to the cup for a one putt. That was the plan anyways.
A chip in was true greatness. A chip, and one putt was a hair less than great. A chip, and two putts, although acceptable, was pretty far from even good. A chip, and three putts was totally unacceptable.
Chips were from 5-10 feet off the green. Some were uphill. Some were down hill. Most had some degree of break since I was on a two tier'd, practice green. I usually targeted the cup farthest from my chip starting point.
My goal, as always, was to average less than 2.4 strokes per cup, for the 18 cups I chipped to. I averaged 2.31 this morning. (no three putts)
Focuses were on the green reads for the chips, their landing areas and reads for the putts.
And there’s a requirement for lots of Air BB during the Christmas season. It’s a destination for where to do Christmas. 😊
When I played that one golf course, I nearly froze my butt off, literally. Can’t complain about PoP except for my own ineptitude. 🤪
Agree with the overpriced art studios, but my wife and daughter both love art. My son and I looked at some sculptures and though to ourselves that we’d see those before at a salvage yard 😂
It was that unsaid stare we both gave to each work...😂😂😂