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  1. I can’t relate to any tour player. I’d have a much better shot at bulking up than playing golf the way any of them do.
  2. Ditto. I've never known a time when I didn't dislike him.
  3. Trying to get course swing to match range swing. Course swing, the BS tends to get long, arms not as high, across the line and the transition steepens rather than shallows. Also don't flex the lead wrist as much. Also, the hands finish high and the right shoulder and hips thrust towards ball and up. Basically trying to tidy up the transition plus feeling an exaggerated covering on the downswing when playing. Good drive, decent transition (350 yd hole, drive winded up just off fairway 80 yards to pin), followed by bad drive (lost ball), bad transition. To be frank, not really sure if this is right diagnosis, it's the one I have for now. Will try and get it looked at by pro when I have a chance. Getting better with on course camera angles although still not optimal. What is up with my camera audio, I dunno.
  4. I like your turn on the backswing. A definite improvement.
  5. I watched that yesterday and thought his comment about winning more majors, while possibly true, was a bit audacious. His rant about tree-clearing was very uncomfortable for the commentators who, IIRC, not knowing what to say, seemed simply ignore it and move on. I voted “on the fence” as different courses have different styles and personalities and not every course should have the wooded feel. The Old Course and links style courses are the obvious examples
  6. Bryson gained over a stroke per round in all four areas of the game, Scott. It was as complete a performance in a major as we have seen in awhile.
  7. Welcome to The Sand Trap. I don’t think it’s bad. I thinks it helps the game get publicity, but I don’t think everyone will be running out to get same length clubs and bulk up to play. He finally won a major at 27. Morikawa won the PGA on his first try this year and is a different kind of golfer. My issue is the announcers more than BD. They were talking Nobel prize for a guy with 3 years of college physics at an average school for the sciences. Does he like to tinker? Absolutely. Should he be asked to replace Hawking as the Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge? No. They talk about his power with the driver, but he wasn’t even the longest hitter this week. So they are building a myth about him that I feel is unwarranted to this point. His final round opponent was hitting it farther. Wolff was really impressive because he is just 21. I hope BD settles down and becomes an ambassador for the game. But with his temperament, he may go the García route.
  8. 5 Best Golf Simulator Software Solutions For SkyTrak - 2020 Reviews & Buying Guide | Golfstead So, you’ve picked up a SkyTrak Launch Monitor. Maybe you’ve also set up a hitting area with a net or even a screen and projector, and you’re ready to start practicing your game. To get the full golf simulator experience, you... @khalespace, here are some of the software options for skytrak. In the "Requirements" section of each, they explain costs of software and the hardware required to run the programs. If I were you (assuming you can afford it), I would go with TGC 2019. I wanna say the one time fee is somewhere north of 500 USD, but for 170k courses, it's worth it. Here are the PC requirements to run it. This might require another small investment, but I think it would be worth it. The Golf Club 2019 Featuring PGA TOUR - System Requirements Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system. OS: Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8.1 64 bit, Windows 10 64 bit. Processor: Intel Core i5-760 @ 2.80GHz or equivalent. Memory: 4 GB RAM. Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 5770 or NVIDIA GTX 650 with 1GB video RAM.
  9. You know you're addicted to golf if... Before you pick up the salt shaker, you mark its position with a dime
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