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Brandon138

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  1. Thanks for that vid^. Helpful. I had actually planned on putting something under my left foot similar to the video next time I want to the range. I know when I'm swinging best I can really feel the pressure in that left thigh, and when I'm not I don't feel as connected to the ground and I straighten it up sooner. Also here is that same swing of mine again in full speed just for reference: http://youtu.be/9K-kE6I8Xos
  2. Don't worry it will be gone tomorrow.
  3. Rolling through a stop sign is illegal but you probably did that on the way to the course.
  4. It all depends on how busy they are. If it won't slow play and it isn't back to back tee times then courses usually don't care. I hate when they try to stick you with people though. Somtimes I like to chip around or putt a little after each hole, so when they stick you with people they're basically just making you go play normal golf and not get any practice in.
  5. Was he using a driver? If so it's not hard to get it 250.
  6. I would say that there are a lot of normal Tournys that are more difficult than some majors.
  7. Don't think we need to protect kids from seeing a guy smoke a cigar... Besides, I doubt Jimenez is the guy most of the kids are idolizing.
  8. So we all see the good players around our local clubs. And when you play with them it seems like they are infallable. Always sticking it pretty close, long drives down the fairways, and scrambling more times than not. So how can it get much better than hitting fairways and greens? What makes the pros on that much higher a level?
  9. lol, thanks. I just can't seem to be able to stay down and in the shot.
  10. I've been Playing Golf for: 2 years My current handicap index or average score is: 3 My typical ball flight is: Straight or slight draw The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Straight ball that fades too much. Sort of a push fade. I have really been struggling with my driver lately. I'm losing a lot of power somewhere and they are all falling off right of my line. Sometimes a lot more than others. I am trying to draw it, and usually hit a straight or slightly drawn ball when I'm driving well. I just don't know where it's going right now. I suggest increasing resolution and maximizing the video size.. These aren't all the same swing but I took them at the same time so they are more or less the same problem. Here is a video of one of my iron swings for comparison...
  11. So I know everyone has off days and on days. But one thing the pros seem to be good at is being able to perform relatively the same swing from day to day. For example the other day I played awful and didn't par many holes, was ready to quit. Then the next day I shoot 78(about average for me), and then played another 9 and was 2 under with only 1 bogey on the first hole. Anyone here have any tips or ways that you are able to do the same thing every day?
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