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About prowland4

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  1. Thanks for all the input guys. Beach, I just bought the Putting Alley....it looks pretty cool. I have a Samsung Galaxy so I'm not sure if the iPing cradle will work for me or not. I'm assuming they will have it at Golf Galaxy so I'll go check it out tomorrow. Thanks again for all the help. If I can't get this figured out soon then I'll have to start putting with my 3 iron....because that damn putter will be broken!!
  2. Hey RealDeal. Those are two great tips....unfortunately I've tried them both. I have several friends who use the "throw the ball" motion and it works great for them. I tried it the second half of last year and still 3 jacked from everywhere. I also had an instructor tell me to practice from similar distances that you suggested. Those are the only distances I have used on the practice green this year. It seemed like both of those things helped out initially but after a couple weeks I would 3 putt a couple times and would be back to square one. I'm starting to think it might be more of a mental problem.....
  3. Hey BC, thanks for the response. I have never had a SAM fitting with my putter and would have no idea where to go. Sounds like something I should do though. I guess I could swing by Golf Galaxy and see what they can do. Thanks again, Patrick
  4. Hey guys. Does anyone live in or near Louisville, Ky? If so, would you be interested in getting an AimPoint instructor to come here? I'm a 4 handicap right now but know that I could shoot some low numbers if I knew how to putt. I'm not sure what it is but I will generally 3 putt within the first 5 holes. Once I do that, I'm completely out of it(mentally) for the rest of the round. It is usually my speed that kills me. I've tried lessons with some local guys and I've done some drills but nothing is working. AimPoint is the only other thing I can think of. Let me know if anyone is interested. Thanks, Patrick
  5. Oh ok. I understand now.....Thanks
  6. Thanks MPS. That makes sense....I do need to work on my tempo.
  7. Hey MPS67. Thank you very much for the detailed response. Seeing the different frames like that helps out quite a bit. I will for sure take a look at what you are talking about and those videos look pretty helpful....I like the hula hoop drill. I getting ready to walk out to the back porch and try that one out. It also looks like I'm almost standing up at the impact position. Are you seeing that too or is just me? Thanks again, Patrick
  8. Thanks. I never knew I came over the top like that until watching this video. I will also work on straightening up my upper body as well.
  9. Hello everyone. This is my first post here but I have been reading this forum for quite a while. I was hoping you guys could take a look at my swing. I'm a fairly good player and I'll stay in the 70's pretty consistently(thanks to my short game). I will still hit thin or fat shots to often but have no clue why. I've never taken lessons other than from my brother(who was a professional) 15 years ago so its hard for me to diagnose what I'm doing because I honestly don't know much about the golf swing....I'm not a very technical person and don't think of anything other than trying to make good contact. Well, here it is........ Any thoughts or advice you guys can give would be greatly appreciated. I also have thick skin so feel free to tear my swing apart. Thanks, Patrick
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