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tdhill84

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About tdhill84

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  1. My Swing (tdhill84)

    Mchepp, thank you for the tips. I will definitely be working on this.
  2. My Swing (tdhill84)

    Amoline, thank you for your comments. I totally agree with you about the spine tilt.
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  4. My Swing (tdhill84)

    Sorry, it should be public now.
  5. My Swing (tdhill84)

    I've been Playing Golf for: 25 years My current handicap index or average score is: high 70's low 80's My typical ball flight is: lately high fade or miss hit right The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: slice/blade. I bought Titleist AP1 irons a few months ago and it lengthened my distance by about 1 club more. I usually shoot in the high 70's and low 80's. I was hitting them great but I started hosel shanking to the right. I mostly got rid of my shank but now I am always slicing my irons or blading them to the right. I usually can fix problems like this on my own but this time I am beat. I understand my club face is probably open at impact but I can't figure out what I am doing to cause this. Any help will be appreciated. Videos: [ ]
  6. I'm looking for a hybrid 3 for my wife. She currently hits a men's driver with regular flex. She hits a men's driver because of her height. She also plays men's irons. She does have trouble hitting her 3 wood, and I'm looking for a hybrid for her to have something between her 3 wood and 4 iron. Any thoughts on whether a men's or women's hybrid would be better for her or easier to hit? I'm afraid that if she goes with a women's hybrid then it would go the same distance as her 4 iron. Any thoughts would help.
  7. There has probably been a thread on this but I haven't seen it. Just curious to know how good of a player should you be before you start to consider playing with blade irons. I understand they are less forgiving, but I have been curious to try them. I have played cavity back all of my life. I don't know what my handicap is but I can normally shoot mid 70's at my home course (which is an easier course). Just looking for some opinions.