most of us have experiences so lets share ideas on how to avoid them, I’m gladdly awaiting your respose let so keep your comments comminf
Went to the practice fairway to try and sort of my shanks and kept shanking it.
It’s a long list… but I look back at some of my putting practice and shake my head… gate drills to improve contact when I had 0 speed control… ugh.
Not being totally focused on accomplishing anything, particularly with putting/chipping. Kind of a going through the motions sort of thing.
Just recently I could not stop hitting these push shots off the toe…literally half a ball mark on the toe of a 460cc driver half a dozen shots in a row…nothing was working. Several range sessions in a row like this and I was afraid to go play. Played twice this weekend and was ok though…go figure.
There was a guy here on the practice tees who got bit by a copperhead and got airlifted to a local hospital. I TOLD him a two-iron wasn’t gonna work…
‘No swing on snek.’
I feel fortunate that I’ve not had to deal with any animals in either my practice or rounds, besides mosquitoes…and some sort of mating, red-headed bugs that evidently think I’m the insect equivalent of the high school date night naughty nook. Stop swarming me already.
The time I unintentionally cleared the right side driving range net with a towering, rocket launch slice was pretty bad. No glass, no foul though.
Two occasions come to mind. One…I bought a large bucket of balls to work on a couple of specific things. Once I got to the range I found the hitting area set up on a down hill lie in longer grass. Behind me was large pristine areas that they were saving. Saving for what I do not know.
Two… I was in the short game area practicing pitch shots from 20-30 yards. Working on crisp contact…I was taking small divots. After about 25 shots a guy comes up on a tractor and tells me to stop destroying the grass.