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  1. The best way I’ve found to deal with impatiant groups, is to ask them if they want to play through. If they see you’re keeping right up with the group in front, they’ll typically say no. They won’t want the pressure of you now being behind them watching and judging. Basically turn the tables on them.
  2. Hi Thriller, did you ever sort this out? Any tips? the exact same thing has been happening to me! It’s so frustrating! see my vid and post below. If you have any advice that’d be great. Some of my issue was my swing path, see the tips I got in the thread below (may help you)
  3. I have the exact same issue happening from time to time. Anyone on the thread can see my swing video here: Not sure if it’s top spin or an in to out path. I thought it was the path, but seems I’ve stopped the in to put and still getting the nose dive drives ?
  4. Ya that's totally overboard and you open yourself up to be ridiculed (deservedly so) and jinx yourself...by complaining and then still hitting a stinker. my buddy today was right behind me AND he has a habit of practing his swing back there - double distracting for me. He doesn't even realize he's doing it, but he moved without question when I asked.
  5. Good point about a Preshot routine. I have 'friends' that try to get into my head too, I'll work on that Preshot routine!
  6. What etiquette should be used on the tee box? I personally don't like it when someone stands behind me, in the peripheral of my backswing. I feel like a bit of jerk asking people to move, so typically try to just ignore it.
  7. Unbelievable! Lol I would not want to dig around that lost and found box! Goth and golf just dont seem to go together! Lol
  8. Wow!! Did he finish his round? reminds me of a golf joke: Fred got home from his Sunday round of golf later than normal and very tired. "Bad day at the course?" his wife asked. "Everything was going fine," he said. "Then Harry had a heart attack and died on the 10th tee." "Oh, that's awful!" "You're not kidding. For the whole back nine it was hit the ball, drag Harry, hit the ball, drag Harry."
  9. Lol, that is disgusting! Guessing you were looking for a ball in the woods.
  10. I've found: 2 e-cigs (one wasn't used for tobacco) baby stroller in the bush
  11. Thanks! I'll be back the breaking 80 one soon!! :)
  12. I also find it helpful when reviewing the video (when filming in slow motion - where there's no audio), to use hand signals i.e thumbs up or point to the right so you know what type of shot it was.
  13. Right, I see your points. I plan to use that 5 o'clock feeling for now, while I try to get better with the more nuetral grip. As I think doing the clock thing will never yield 300+ yard drives for me, because I probably won't be able to generate the club head speed.
  14. That was crazy! Looked like it came off the toe. The commentators said it could have went back down the gulley if the cameraman didn't move, implying he'd have to play it from wherever it ended up.
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