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beezer123

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About beezer123

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  1. Driver - Don't own 3 Wood - ATM about 230 yards to the right of my target 3 I - 220 4 I - 200/205 5 I - 190 6 I - 180/185 7 I - 170 8 I - 160 9 I - 150/155 PW - 120/130 Putter - 1/2 putts.
  2. This is exactly my problem too. Range I can put them the direction I want and the distance I want. Get to the course and they seem magnetised to either the bunkers, the OB sticks or worse, two fairways left or right of the one I'm aiming for. That's when the stress and annoyance set it and it's a slippery slope from there. I'm still yet to find the ability to compose myself and improve on the rest of my round.
  3. Had a lesson to try and find out more about where I was going wrong and basically reset my swing. Balance was mostly on the toes, right leg didn't have any flex and as a lot of you said I was sliding rather than coiling. Here's my latest update from last night at the range. Sorry that the image is so dark but I was there myself and just had to film by propping my phone on a bench. My ball flight is much better now that I've addressed these problems.
  4. Yeah I've started working on that over the past few days. I was taking the weight shift too literally rather than coiling as you say. I'll have to give that two finger right hand a go next time I get the chance. What effect would that have on my game if my right arm is dominating the swing?
  5. Thanks for the feedback. This is my swing slowed down quite a bit from before. My previous swing was just full on fast as possible arm swing.
  6. I think as a brand the logo looks quite good. It's in your face and will definitely leave an impression. Colour scheme isn't too garish and is quite chilled, but modern at the same time. It is a nice website, but in terms of a marketing a product, I don't know if it does its job. I think you need to incorporate some sort of technological aspect. Like perhaps include graphics of the devices it supports. Perhaps take some inspiration from these? http://webdesignledger.com/inspiration/inspiring-android-app-websites
  7. Hi Agne, Can I ask first what the aim of the website is? Is it for a brand or a web store? I'm afraid I can't read Danish, so not sure what the website is looking to get across to the user. The design is nice and definitely very modern.
  8. Little Update. I stumbled across a set of Wilson Di-7 irons 3-SW in a local store in the second hand section (but they looked pristine) for £100, so ended up going for them. Hopefully they should help improve my game somewhat. Thanks for the advice everyone.
  9. I am a recently graduated student and have just landed myself a job as a Search Engine Optimist at a local online media company.
  10. These are absolutely fantastic. I can't say thank you enough. Was trying out some of the drills last night at the range for keeping the grip of my club ahead of the head at impact and they definitely helped.
  11. I've been Playing Golf for: 1 month My current handicap index or average score is: No Handicap My typical ball flight is: Fade, Slice The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Slice and Topping Videos: Just started trying to change my swing after having a strong grip and just thrashing at the ball. Can still see a couple of faults with this, such as my head moving too much, but I've begun incorporating my hips into the motion a lot more through the transfer of weight. Also unfortuna
  12. So I've decided after three weeks back playing golf, that I'm going to get myself a lesson this Saturday from my local PGA professional. I've been watching youtube videos and diagnosed that I had too strong a grip so have managed to change it to neutral but it feels awkward in my right wrist. I also have a pretty bad fade/slice and quite inconsistent, so hopefully this lesson will help begin to diagnose my faults and put me in the right direction. Although today at the range I was letting my wrist do a lot of the work instead of thrashing my arms through as quickly as poss
  13. Usually I'll just huff for a bit, but I'll always complete my round. Not having a membership, I don't really have an option. I've paid for my round so I'm going to complete it. No matter how badly I'm playing.
  14. I've been offered a set of pretty good condition Titleist 690 CB irons for £80, but I'm not sure if they will be worthwhile given that I'm relatively new to playing golf. Are these clubs suitable for someone with a high handicap or am I better with something else? I don't have too high a budget at the moment so anything I can get my hands on that isn't too expensive and would be good for improving my score is open to suggestion. Thanks a lot in advance.
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