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  1. We hear a lot from the Pros that rhythm and tempo is so important for the golf swing. Has anyone heard of or tried hitting balls on the range with a metronome sound track playing through headphones. What would be the ideal beats per minute.
  2. Hi guys just wondering how important knowing yardages on all clubs... seems pretty important to dropping shots at this point in my game because I'm constantly on target line but 10 yards long or short.
  3. 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
  4. Who has the nicest digs for practice? Post or describe it here. We have 3 practice chipping greens, 2 putting greens, three bunkers and 100 yards of grass hitting area into 400 yards deep.
  5. There is a course here locally in Northwest Arkansas called The Blessings. I dearly want to be "blessed". Super exclusive club that only has 100 or so members, but is where the University of Arkansas golf teams practice. I saw on the ASGA website that the 2016 US Mid Am qualifying is being held at The Blessings. I instantly thought, "I'm in! I can finally play that awesome but super, super hard golf course" 7500 from the tips 77.7/148 rating/slope. Unfortunately I am an 8 index, and in order to even be eligible to qualify for the US Mid Am you have to have a max handicap of 3.7.
  6. From the album: Memorial 2016

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  7. From the album: Memorial 2016

    © 2016, Erik J. Barzeski

  8. From the album: Memorial 2016

    © 2016, Erik J. Barzeski

  9. 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?
  10. 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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