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Handicap Index

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  1. https://www.pgatour.com/stats/stat.02438.2017.html. Below is a screenshot of 2017 leaders. Not exactly the "who's who" of 2017. These guys had over 85% of their drives classified as "good." The worst on tour had somewhere shy of 80%. When you compare that list to money leaders and to Strokes Gained/Tee to Green, you see very little similarity. See spoiler below for 2017. Why does this "Good Drive" statistic do so poorly in predicting overall success? Why doesn't it correlate much with Strokes Gained- Tee to Green? Those two lists in the spoiler above have pretty good
  2. When did your children begin driving the golf cart? Alone? Assisted? @NatalieB has been driving the cart (steering, mostly) from about age six. It was part of what made golf fun for her. As soon as she could reach the pedals and steer enough (a year or so later), she's been driving the cart herself. For the first year or two we'd assist by having our foot on the brake or near the wheel, but for about four years (age 9 or so), she's pretty much been trusted to drive it herself. At first, not near dangerous areas (just fairways, not bridges, near steep slopes, etc.). I let her dri
  3. See the questions above. For clarification, A is good, F is terrible, and you're to rate your game compared to golfers of the SAME handicap. So if you rate yourself as all "A"s or all "F"s then you're probably not the handicap you say you are.
  4. "Angular accuracy" just means this: the measurement, in degrees, between the intended target and where your ball came to rest. If you hit your tee shot 250 yards to a 40-yard wide fairway, just missing the fairway after aiming at the center is an error of about 4.6°. On a 150-yard approach shot to a 25-yard wide green, putting the ball in the fringe is a 4.8° error if you were aiming at the center of the flag.
  5. So i posted a thread several hours ago about how i was feel strained at the driving range and a couple people were telling me routeens they did at the driving range. So i would like some advice and feel like it would he helpful for all. I dont really have much of a routeen i just dont try to hit the same club more than once or twice in a row. But can you all tell me your driving range routeens and how to get the best out of your bucket of balls?
  6. Does this problem occur for anyone else? I was at the driving range today and hit like 200 balls because there was a lot of buckets people didnt finish off well i went to the driving range yesterday too and for some reason i keep having this problem that after i hit a decent amount of shots my grip and hands and overall swing starts to feel very awkward and i start to hit very bad. I dont understand why this is and it doesnt usually happen on a course but its annoying even though its at the range what happens is i cant square the club up right and when i bring my club in the backswing it just
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