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    Ryder Cup Winner fundy's Avatar
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    Re: How do you practice?

    Quote Originally Posted by anotherdouble View Post
    Google tathata programme fundy
    hmm, some interesting stuff it seems. can you just buy the program or do you have to buy the years membership?
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    Re: How do you practice?

    Quote Originally Posted by fundy View Post
    hmm, some interesting stuff it seems. can you just buy the program or do you have to buy the years membership?
    Pass mate

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    Re: How do you practice?

    Quote Originally Posted by srixon 1 View Post
    Chipping and putting mainly. It seems from previous posters that not many of you do that as often as you pound drivers down the range.
    Getting better at chipping and putting is the easiest way to lower your handicap.
    Quote Originally Posted by Digger View Post
    Not as much fun though
    It is when you chip a couple in on the trot. I also practice my chipping from hard locations, such as deep rough from right next to the green, or side hill lies from the sides of bunkers. Doesn't always work but it is fun trying new stuff out.
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    Re: How do you practice?

    Quote Originally Posted by fundy View Post
    hmm, some interesting stuff it seems. can you just buy the program or do you have to buy the years membership?
    Fundy you have to buy a years membership which cost $99 from a fb add. I wanted to improve on my body technique without going to the gym. His theory is very interesting and puts it across well in a very positive and at first overly excited manor. But when you have Nicklaus Norman and Soranstam advocating his theories then it doesn't get better then them 3.

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    Re: How do you practice?

    Quote Originally Posted by 3565 View Post
    Fundy you have to buy a years membership which cost $99 from a fb add. I wanted to improve on my body technique without going to the gym. His theory is very interesting and puts it across well in a very positive and at first overly excited manor. But when you have Nicklaus Norman and Soranstam advocating his theories then it doesn't get better then them 3.
    cheers, i could only see the $199 for a year option hence the question. will take a look at the free trial and keep an eye out for the discounted ads
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    Re: How do you practice?

    Quote Originally Posted by patricks148 View Post
    TBH nothing. play over winter and enjoy the Craich.

    not hit balls for months. will start maybe March time once the nights are lighter and the weather is better. Been hitting it ok so no current issues
    That's interesting because I hadn't hit a ball for about 3 weeks due to work and weather and in the past 24 hours, I've played the best two rounds of golf yet since my return to the game, so I believe there is something in doing nothing.

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    Re: How do you practice?

    Just 2 clubs, normally a 6 and wedge, just two balls and a walk round our 9 hole course.

    Turning a 6 iron in to variety of other clubs teaches a great deal about club face angles and ball position. Using a wedge to putt with helps to develop and really smooth strike.

    The only other practice I do is putting and greenside wedge play.
    Handicap 9 (was 6, now showing my age)An absolute miss mash of clubs

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    Re: How do you practice?

    When I was much younger and fitter than I am now I probably hit about a thousand balls a week in short game practice and couple of hundred in a mix of iron and woods practice.
    Handicap 9 (was 6, now showing my age)An absolute miss mash of clubs

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    Re: How do you practice?

    Quote Originally Posted by jim8flog View Post
    When I was much younger and fitter than I am now I probably hit about a thousand balls a week in short game practice and couple of hundred in a mix of iron and woods practice.
    Indeed, age doesn't help.
    I hit eighty balls on the range yesterday, then walked onto the first tee, played 18 carrying a full bag.
    I won't do that again in a hurry!!
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    Re: How do you practice?

    Hour on gc2 once every week or two

    Really sharpens up distance control. work on club path and face to path

    My 120 yard and in wedge game is strongest part of my game now as feel comfortable from all distances.

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