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Hello -- First post after I usually just casually read through these forums. I bounce from a 3 to a 6 handicap, and every season I seem to hit the same wall in August and I usually take time off for a few weeks and come back in fall. This year is much of the same. After playing well all season, my "big miss" is back with my driver...the never-playable snap hook. When I'm not snap hooking, I'm missing wide right while overcompensating. My irons/wedges remain consistent. I have noticed when I do miss with my irons it's 95% off the toe - not sure if it's related in any way to my driver swing. Anybody else get in this slump and successfully claw your way out? I've been all around the web and youtube...I feel like nothing is really relating to my misses. I've tried to work on keeping everything more compact...using the headcover-under-the-right-armpit drill and a few things like that. Some rounds I feel great, and others I feel like I encounter a massive power outage with all my distances trying to keep my right elbow pinned down. Any tips or useful links would be great. Thanks! -TC
Hi, I'm looking at replacing my current toe balanced putter with a new one. I have found a few that take my fancy online at reasonable prices but for some reason they don't state whether they are toe balanced or not. Does anyone have any insight or any useful reviews on the following clubs and which would best suit my my arced putting stroke? Thanks in advance. Nike Golf Method Core MC-3i Putter Nike Golf Method Core MC-5i Putter Cleveland Golf Classic HB #1 Putter