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  1. I've been Playing Golf for: 25 years off and on. I retired from the military in 2016 and want to play more. With my new job I have time to get out more. But I have only been playing about twice a year. I want to learn more and play more. Getting discouraged with my play ends up pushing my clubs to the basement and I give up. I want to stick with it and learn to play better and enjoy the game. My current handicap index or average score is: Average Score usually high 90 to 110 My typical ball flight is: All over. New driver and relearning everything from grip to stance to swing The shot I
  2. Since this is a weird time in golf due to COVID-19, I've come up with some issues I have never had to deal with. Normally I play golf early in the morning and there isn't much time for a warm-up before a round. When I play later in the day, I'll usually do a brief routine before playing and hit maybe 20 balls if they have a driving range on property. However, being that driving ranges and other practice facilities are closed right now, the option to warm up on the course does not exist. It made me wonder if there's any benefit to getting loose at home by hitting some balls into my net before g
  3. Yahoo Sports had an entertaining article today about Tour Players at the range. Give it a read, there's some very funny stuff going on each week. At the range I've quoted a few of the funnier comments
  4. Hey guys, how are you? I am a beginner who is slowly getting into golf and I've been going to the driving range in order to practice some shots. I do not hit well yet, but I would like to know your stories on how did you pass from hitting on the Driving Range to play a course. I mean, I wish to know how you knew you were ready for playing a course and starting the process of getting your own handicap. I get anxious of playing a course! I still haven't got clubs, since I will be bringing them with me on April when I visit Miami, so nowadays I have practiced with clubs borrowed from t
  5. Hi guys, I was at the range today and a couple spots over from me, I notice a guy, looked like he had a decent swing. His practice swing was very nice and smooth, but when he set up in front of the ball, his downswing seemed to double in speed. His swing still looked decent (and although I didn't see how the ball traveled), the practice swing looked markedly better than the real thing. Now, I'm not a good golfer so I'm not an authority to give advice, but I kind of wanted to mention my observation to him. After thinking it over a bit, I decided to mind my own business, but I am wonderi
  6. My wife and I are in Branson and I snapped this pic of one of the coolest driving ranges I have seen.
  7. Product Name: Tee Claw Product Type: Rubber Tee Replacement and Training Aid Product Website/URL: teeclaw.com Cost: $14.95 (list) Ratings (out of 5): Quality: 5 Value: 5 Effectiveness: 5 Durability: 5 Esthetic Appeal: 4 My Member Review I hate those stupid rubber tees when you’re forced to hit off mats at the range or indoors. They are never the right height; they frequently rip or get torn; and once worn, they won’t support a ball any longer. I tried to solve this problem in the past by packing the tee hole in the mat with cardboard and sticking a regular tee in that
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