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About Gregnow

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    Petaluma, CA, 94954

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  1. What ball, and why

    So let me start by saying that I’m a high (30+) handicapper, just getting back from a 9 yr lay off. I shot a 136 the first 18 I played a few weeks ago, and then a 106 the next 18. My swing is jacked (but I’m working on it!), and I lose too many balls, but I really love the Calloway Chrome Soft when I nail it. Love it around the greens, and not too sure if it spins too much off my driver to cause my OB losses. I’ve played some cheap Pinnacles as well that go just as far OB! But I really like the Chromes. Might try the Bridgestone E6 for its “straight” personalities…
  2. My Swing (Gregnow)

    Good morning @mchepp and thank you for the pointers. I guess I read my sign up incorrectly, as I had thought that it suggested to load my swing first! lol I certainly am here to give as well as take, but I'm not sure what I have to give at this point. :) I've taken a few lessons, but find that the more things I'm taught, the more I seem to forget! Maybe one thing at a time? Thanks again!
  3. My Swing (Gregnow)

    I've been Playing Golf for: 2yrs, on and off. Just getting back after 9 yr hiatus My current handicap index or average score is: 30+ My typical ball flight is: Slight fade/slice. Working on draw, or straight The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Either topping the ball, or fade/slice Videos: So I've been trying to work on my forearm rotation, but I'm still "flipping" or "scooping". At least it appears that way. I'm also lifting my left foot, which is odd as I don't get that sensation during my swing. Since working on my forearm rotation, I'm frequently getting a snap hook. This shot happened to be a very straight 8-iron shot. Thanks for looking!