September 20, 2018 at 05:06 PM
By skip g
skip gSouthborough, MA
I love the fall in New England. Not just the obvious...beautiful colors & cooler weather. I use the time to experiment:
1) New club configurations: ex: working with my new Titleist TS woods is helping me prepare for next year! Trying different shafts (trying a longer, 3-wood shaft in a 5-wood). Who knows? Might find something that clicks!
2) Try New Shots: working on trajectory...curves....knock-downs, flops, run-ups etc.
3) Changing curve: I have played a fade for my entire career...will work this fall on hitting draw shots on EVERY hole I play this fall, getting accustomed to playing this way on the golf course.
4) Putting styles: conventional...different putting grips...up the arm. Different putters One just might be slightly better than the others....let's find out!
My advise: be open to change...experiment...think "out of the box"....and you may find something that will help you play better next season!
(PS- what do you do?)
Greg DOklahoma City, OK
Darryl MWichita, KS
Jerome CLondon Ontario Canada
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