It’s been an interesting few weeks. I moved to a community with a par 3 golf course a couple of months ago. It’s helping me in more ways than I would have thought. The first was noticing I was consciously “steering” the ball on some swings, which is a recipe for disaster. Some times with friends
My teens reluctantly golf with me. They rather go to the dentist than the driving range. We recently moved to a gated community with a par 3 golf course for residents and their guests, and something interesting happened. My son and his friends golf all the time now, and some of his friends have NEVER
I moved recently to a gated community with a free par 3 golf course for residents. That’s not the kind of “free golf” I mean. I mean a free and flowing golf swing for full shots, pitches, and putts. There’s no fear of an errant shot, no steering the ball, and it just feels like
Carlsbad Crossings is a reality check on golf driving capability. If you can’t drive a golf ball consistently, you’ll lose 6 golf balls like I did yesterday. My companion and I really enjoyed golf yesterday, but we both tend to feel like there’s just one little thing we need to know that will fix our game.
A friend told me about a good way to practice proper speed on short putts. The idea is to put a pencil blocking a hole when putting with two tees to keep it in position. If you hit it too soft, the ball won’t roll over the pencil, and would be much more likely to