Yesterday’s session. Didn’t have much time. Wanted to keep my feels/monitor where I’m at. Will have a proper session today.
1. Post up into front leg. More up, less left through impact.
2. Monitor things for potential problem areas.
3. Hit good drives
Got a little steep in transition. Will work extra hard on this all week.
TWO DRIVER SWINGS
I hit the driver a tad better focusing on goal number 1. (Posting up-less around) still not good enough.
1. Maybe my shoulder turn is getting a little flat in backswing? Might fiddle with it.
2. Work on more depth in transition. Will work slower in the next sessions.
3. Will continue driver work by hitting 4 or 5 7-irons in a row, then 1 or 2 drivers. This should help ingrain my swing fundamentals into the longer club. (That’s the plan anyways)
To be clear, I expect to be paired with someone else when I show up as a single, especially on the weekends. I have no desire to play as a single behind loads of foursomes. But as someone who is new to the area, I just don't have regular playing partners to play with (I did before I moved so I am not a total loner/loser). So at one of these courses (the preferred one of course), which with good weather is generally totally booked from opening to at least 2 p.m., my choice is either to not play or to book as a twosome. If you book a twosome, they have no problem booking another twosome at the same time. Why is pairing a single with a twosome or threesome so problematic. To also be clear, this is a city course. My house is way above average value for the city, so I am paying much more than average taxes to support this course. Yet I'm being denied access to public facilities for being a single.
And if you're a public course denying access to singles, you are missing out on business. Force pair them up (sometimes you meet people to play with next time) and if they book as 4 but are really 2, charge them for it (or maybe be better to tell them NEXT TIME you will have to charge them for it).
I hit them for a night to see what they were like. I really liked the feel of them. Would probably go in my bag if I hadn't bought 765's in 2017. Sending you a PM as well.
Pulled a grip off the 5 iron and finally saw the etching on the 4. These are a KBS Tour stiff shaft.