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  1. I also signed up yesterday after reading only very positive reviews on Evolvr. I'm very curious where this gets me! My copy of stack and tilt is also on its way. I will let you know how my experiences are.
  2. So I have been practicing quite a lot recently (try to play every day) and a couple of weeks ago I was able to improve my score day after day. Last couple of weeks though I all of a sudden hit a wall and since then it's actually going downhill every time I go. Ofcourse I do understand that it's not possible to do good every single day, but getting worse and worse day after day is also not part of my plan. I'm sure there must be someone around here who has faced the same problem. Am I trying too hard? Is it just a case of getting worse before getting better? Do I need to keep pushing as hard as I'm doing right now? Does anyone have some good tips to tackle this kind of problem? Thanks a lot!
  3. Thanks a lot for the website, looks affordable and trusted over here. Think I will get my Rocketballz from rockbottom.
  4. I can indeed see the armsy swing in the video. Since I posted the video I spent a lot of time fixing this and it's much better now. The biggest distance improvement came out of improving my swing plane and tempo. Thanks for all the feedback!
  5. Yes that would be a good first lesson on social skills 101.
  6. Im not offended by what you point out to be obvious to you, but I am by the way you formulate your response. I also hope that you learned your fair share on social skills which you apparently could very well use in the future. I could imagine that life would be quite complicated for someone who is good at financial decisions but who is unable to communicate with anybody in a normal way.. Maybe you can start in a zoo and learn from the way chimps communicate.. just an idea, not meant offensive ofcourse:) If you would like more tips, let me know! Sure, no hard feelings here either. :)
  7. For your information, not everybody is a "golfpro" like you Mr. Sherlock. I'm new to the game and things like Mizuno "Novell" do not automatically ring a bell for me even if I happen to see it in the first place. If im wasting your time then don't reply in the first place with words like "wise up dumbass". If I was lazy I wouldn't even bother posting this question on this forum and I would have ordered right away. So please choose your words more carefully next time "almighty golfpro/online ********* investigator" or please don't bother at all replying.
  8. Thanks for the quick reply, I already had my doubts about this place so thank you for confirming my thoughts.
  9. So I was looking for a good price on a RBZ 3-wood and I found this store selling them for 129,- with free shipping http://www.golfoutlet - store . com/taylormade-golf-rocketballz-fairway-wood-p-456.html I tried google to find reviews on this website but I cannot find anything. Do you think this store is legit?
  10. I've been Playing Golf for: 3 months My current handicap index or average score is: No registered handicap My typical ball flight is: average Videos: So I started playing golf again since about 3 months ago (after an 8 year hiatus) and I purchased this camera which happens to have a high speed mode. After taking my camera with me to the range and making some recordings I looked at my swing and I noticed my downswing is way too steep. Any pointers how to fix this? Anybody else who sees something awkward please feel free to comment.Sorry the quality isn't too great, but that's the price I have to pay for recording slow motion. Thank you!
  11. I'm 24, and had lessons for little over a year when I was younger. So I still remember the fundementals and the do's and don'ts, but I guess it feels like learning to walk again. But thank you and all the others for the feedback!
  12. Hello fellow golfers, I don't know if this question has been answered before, but i appreciate as much feedback i get. After I haven't played any golf in 8 years i decided to dust off my golf clubs and start playing again. I've been playing on daily basis again since a couple of weeks and I can see my game improving rapidly. My short game is pretty solid for a player of my level and I'm currently working on my shot consistency. The biggest bottleneck I face at this moment is the length in all of my shots. On the shorter PAR-3 holes i have no problems reaching Par, but when it comes to the longer par-4 and par-5 holes i struggle because of my shot distance. With my 6-iron I get around 165 yards, but i know players who can reach 190 with a 7-iron. Now I know that they are much better and that I should focus on myself, but gaining some extra yardage would be nice. So my question is: How much do you think a novice golfer can improve in distance over what period of time with day-to-day practise? Is there any good practise drill you can think of to help improve me? I do understand this is next to impossible to answer since every player is different and other factors like technique come into play. But I was hoping somebody might have some sort of rule of thumb or have experience with this. Thank you very much for your effort!
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