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trainsmokegolf

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About trainsmokegolf

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  • Birthday 08/13/1988

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    Connecticut

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  • Handicap Index
    8.0
  • Handedness
    Righty

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  1. Setup looks good, backswing needs work, keep everything a little taller on the way to the top. Good luck
  2. I agree with you that ball striking is so critical, totally agree. Putting is critical as well, there are a lot of golfers out there who confirm that working hard on their short game yields great results, so why hand waive that stuff and keep pointing to reading material.
  3. When you are staring at a 7 footer within striking distance of winning an event, the statistics don't matter, you need to make the putt.
  4. In this thread we can't talk about individual cases, nevermind golf is an individual sport, just focus on cherry picked studies.
  5. It's not clear cut. I find golfers who are more diligent about working on their short game, end up winning more matches and placing better. I think it breaks down to mental game, "golf is 90 percent mental". When people are making their short putts, it allieves their anxieties more than slightly improved ball striking.
  6. Better rotation on downswing, get that right shoulder working down.
  7. You need to let me buy that camera off you.
  8. Agree. Rory is simply awesome, or should I say Brad faxon is awesome.
  9. Check out Louis oosthuizen swings, you guys have similar flow.
  10. Great iron player, great friend of Molinari.
  11. I'm always staying optimistic, pursuing multiple tournament wins, the big enemy is TIME.
  12. Setup looks fine, but not keeping COG over the arch of your feet or not toward your heels, keep that power and rotation low and moving off the ball a little to give you space. Hopefully those chunks become nice tidy clips.
  13. Keep working at it, practice with a purpose and nothing wrong with taking one extra club!
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