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    Shanking pitches

    Contrary to popular belief, i dont hit many shanks. Course closed today, so to get some air, i thought i would do some chipping and pitching. In two hours, i must have hit 200 plus shanks, and a good few fats thrown in for good measure.

    Wish i hadnt bothered.
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    Re: Shanking pitches

    no thins?
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    Re: Shanking pitches

    Quote Originally Posted by fundy View Post
    no thins?
    No, the odd top, just for a bit of variety.

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    Re: Shanking pitches

    Quote Originally Posted by murphthemog View Post
    Contrary to popular belief, i dont hit many shanks. Course closed today, so to get some air, i thought i would do some chipping and pitching. In two hours, i must have hit 200 plus shanks, and a good few fats thrown in for good measure.

    Wish i hadnt bothered.
    100 shanks an hour is impressive by any standards, why not slow it down a little under some professional guidance.
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    Re: Shanking pitches

    Next time you go for a practice, make sure the club goes straight back for the first 12-18ins, not round your back end
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    Re: Shanking pitches

    Quote Originally Posted by bobmac View Post
    Next time you go for a practice, make sure the club goes straight back for the first 12-18ins, not round your back end
    I will give it a go, for sure.

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    Re: Shanking pitches

    If it makes you feel any better, I had a god awful practice round today. The only thing I got right was going home.

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    Re: Shanking pitches

    Quote Originally Posted by murphthemog View Post
    Contrary to popular belief, i dont hit many shanks. Course closed today, so to get some air, i thought i would do some chipping and pitching. In two hours, i must have hit 200 plus shanks, and a good few fats thrown in for good measure.

    Wish i hadnt bothered.
    Not quite sure why someone would practice hitting shanks!

    Being serious I find it better after the 2nd one to just go and do something else such as putting. Come back another day otherwise after as many as you have just hit it will be in your mind. Thats not a good place to be.

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    Re: Shanking pitches

    Quote Originally Posted by saving_par View Post
    Not quite sure why someone would practice hitting shanks!

    Being serious I find it better after the 2nd one to just go and do something else such as putting. Come back another day otherwise after as many as you have just hit it will be in your mind. Thats not a good place to be.
    My head is never a good place to be!

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    Re: Shanking pitches

    Quote Originally Posted by bobmac View Post
    Next time you go for a practice, make sure the club goes straight back for the first 12-18ins, not round your back end
    Touch wood that is how I have cured my shanks. Could you not have told me that ten years ago Bob.
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