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Hey everyone, sorry for being spotty with my presence here. Quit teaching high school after 7 years and entered a good law school. Finals are pretty tough. What little time I have had I've been able to swing on my gc2 a little bit and I've gained a lot of ballspeed in a year. I attribute it mostly to my strength level increases from powerlifting. Also, due to the long lay off, I don't have any swing thoughts or anything to bog me down. I just swing the clubhead like Ernest Jones talked about- just feel the clubhead throughout the swing and a freewheeling sling of the clubhead in the
Some players know exactly what they are shooting while they are playing. Some players have no idea how they are scoring. Where do you fall in? Do you choose to know what you are shooting as you are playing and why? Yes/No: I generally always know where I stand during the round. I don't make a point to know, but I do. On Purpose: No Why: I think it's because I pay attention to my round in sets of 3 holes. I try to limit my score to 1 bogey every three holes. After nine, I just know what I shot because I know how I did on my sets. Even when I try not to know and I'm not paying attentio