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    Major Champion chrisd's Avatar
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    Re: The swing of a pensioner !

    Quote Originally Posted by PhilTheFragger View Post
    I liked the tum wobble on follow through, Imurg would be proud of you 😂😂😎
    Great critique Fragger 🤣🤣
    removed list of clubs as they change too frequently !

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    Challenge Tour Pro Swingalot's Avatar
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    Re: The swing of a pensioner !

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisd View Post
    I'll have forgotten it by then !
    There is a lot to forget looking at your ‘swing work list’ !
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    Ping Kedsh Putter

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    Re: The swing of a pensioner !

    Quote Originally Posted by Swingalot View Post
    There is a lot to forget looking at your ‘swing work list’ !
    List? What list? I can't remember any list
    removed list of clubs as they change too frequently !

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    Re: The swing of a pensioner !

    Still working with BB in the swing ?

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    Re: The swing of a pensioner !

    Quote Originally Posted by spongebob59 View Post
    Still working with BB in the swing ?
    No, I bought some clubs from our new club pro and he said that I perhaps needed to make a change, one thing led to another....... Also BB now charges £75 per hour, add the travel and it's getting closer to £100.
    removed list of clubs as they change too frequently !

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    Re: The swing of a pensioner !

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisd View Post
    No, I bought some clubs from our new club pro and he said that I perhaps needed to make a change, one thing led to another....... Also BB now charges £75 per hour, add the travel and it's getting closer to £100.
    Flipping nora, I'm going to have to put my prices up
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    Re: The swing of a pensioner !

    Quote Originally Posted by bobmac View Post
    Flipping nora, I'm going to have to put my prices up
    2 shillings an hour Bob is a tad cheap these days!

    BB, is an ex tour pro who is doing well teaching and fast growing a reputation in that area but £75 an hour is steep in my opinion.
    removed list of clubs as they change too frequently !

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    Re: The swing of a pensioner !

    That's a nice, smooth, unhurried swing, get that grooved in and you should play some good golf when you take it out onto the course.

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    Re: The swing of a pensioner !

    Quote Originally Posted by DCB View Post
    That's a nice, smooth, unhurried swing, get that grooved in and you should play some good golf when you take it out onto the course.
    Thanks
    removed list of clubs as they change too frequently !

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    Re: The swing of a pensioner !

    Yes I think far to many golfers try to hit the ball to hard to gain distance.
    Its only when you have an injury that you swing a bit easier but hit the ball better.
    as an over 60 now my swing is better than when I was forty according to my pps.

    Yours looks very good for a man of some years and if you keep it up I am sure you will take some money off the young guns.

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