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  2. Thanx for the advice. I'm gonna continue the driving range for another month or so, then try the par 3 course. Thanks again.
  3. I just started back after a year layoff. I believe I'm more focused this year.
  4. Went out today and took some swings. It was pretty good. 😀
  5. I'm about to start over again. I miss getting out and trying to learn this game. I gotta read back through these posts and remember some tips. I appreciate all the advice in this thread and will not let any of it go to waste. Thank you...
  6. Hi folks. New golfer. I've been going to the driving range, and decided i want a training cage to put in my backyard to practice my swing between trips to the driving range. I saw that there are a ton of choices out there. What would be a good recommendation from anyone who has used one. Obviously, i want something that is very forgiving for any slices. Don't wanna hit a ball into my neighbor's yard, lol. Thanx for any input...
  7. Been away for a while. I had quit, lol. Good advice. I'm soo glad i got the cheap set i did. lol
  8. Im finally back..lol. I had Quit. Seriously, i had raged quit on this game shortly after making my last post. Left a bucket of balls on the driving range and headed for home...lol. Ok, i started back last week. My main problem is i couldn't get any lift at all. Not with the driver, hybrid or irons. I was hitting consistent 1 foot off the ground line drives. I couldn't figure it out. What i did was found some golf tips about lift and found out what i've been doing wrong. 1.First, my ball lie wasn't proper at all according to the type of club i was using. I learned where to pla
  9. No problem. Look. I didnt even know IF i would like playing golf, so i wasnt about to throw a lot of money into it upfront. I went to the range today for the first time and took my first ever swings. I dont care about the quality right now, just wanna learn the basics. THEN, i will worry about better equipment. thanx.
  10. Ok. Went to the driving range for the first time today. I WAITED till nobody else was there and got my clubs out.......lmao ( i knew this was gonna be a embarrassing day). Like i said, my FIRST time ever even swinging a club. I got a bucket of 50 balls and hit about 25 each with the 7 iron and the 9 iron. I got about 10 balls off the ground with decent loft. The rest were either fat ground divots, or some serious slices.........lol. Ground crew gonna be upset with me. My FIRST adjustment i learned on my own was to place my back foot closer to the ball. I was more in the middl
  11. Thanx for the fast response and the advice. Once i know what im doing, im gonna take your advice and get clubs from Callaway preowned and the other sites. Again, thanx. :) Greatly appreciated. ( my bad, i already quoted you above, lol.) Well, once i learn the basics of the game and get a feel for what im doing, i intend to upgrade one club at a time to a better set by getting used clubs. Thanx. :)
  12. Thanx for the fast response and the advice. Once i know what im doing, im gonna take your advice and get clubs from Callaway preowned and the other sites. Again, thanx. :)
  13. Got my first set of clubs today. Im a beginner. Im starting off with a 12 club starter set by Callaway Strata. Ive reviewed the board and the Strata starter sets seem to be a good place to start learning the game. Any advice on the clubs is appreciated.
  14. Thanx for the tips rainmaker and 70sSanO. Im gonna look for some people to practice with and go from there. Good tip about not taking too much advice.
  15. Thanx for the quick response. Gonna study what you just posted. :) I already know im gonna tinker with a 10 fingergrip by the way. lol
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