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All. I am a somewhat of a noob to golf. I played about 5 years ago and sucked, then picked it back up about 2-3 months ago. Still sucked, so had a swing evaluation at Golf Tec. This really helped my swing (along with a grip change), BUT only seemed to help my indoor play on mats and on turf driving ranges. When we play indoor golf at Swingzone on the simulators - I can hit 88 on a PGA course. I am a female, and it says I can get my driver about 160-170 in the air, and my 6 iron about 130. We came to play on an actual course for the first time since I’ve had the lesson (we’ve been to swingzone about 4 times since then), and I cannot hit anything - not even a driver, which is teed just like on the simulator course! I am topping everything or digging in the dirt and dragging the ball along the course. I have had maybe 3 decent shots, and I don’t know what I’m doing differently. Considering going for another 30 min lesson with GolfTEC, but we would be hitting off mats in there so what’s the point in spending the $100?? Any tips or advice for switching from mats/turf to the actual course? I get to the point where I get so frustrated I just quit mid game because I am holding everyone up with my hit and walk 5-10 ft technique lol. I’m not sure if I am scared to hit the dirt, or what- but I guess just things noticed when switching from one to the other?
There's a new type of golf starting in Washington state. It's called Realitee www.realitee.com . It's a hybrid idea. I'm curious about how the group feels about it. Would you play it? Does it offer a good alternative? Will it bring new golfers to the game? Just throwing it out there.