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  1. Need to carry the trust you have in your practice over to your real swing... perhaps play with no practice swings attempting to duplicate/trust your practice swing to advance your ball.
  2. Get good from forward tees to improve your back tees experience...
  3. The shoulders turn in a circle, on a tilted plane...
  4. Love the passion... Find a local superintendent who can guide you through... A lot to consider...
  5. Can't allow yourself to get "emotionally down/frustrated" from one practice session. It is in the past. Learning how to "get back on track" during the same practice session is an important skill/discipline. Always end on a positive note, no matter how "ugly" the session may have gotten...
  6. Get them back to black, then improve ball striking... Once your ball striking improves, then treat yourself to something that is better fitted for you...
  7. Remember you can hit ZERO greens, get up and down 50% of the time and fire a wonderful low 80...
  8. There is a lot to digest! Minimizing total putts could potentially get you down to mid/low 80's, but would also involve chipping/pitching ball closer to hole. Course management could also save you a few strokes as well, despite your bad driving...
  9. Start with the handle slightly more forward at address...
  10. "My chipping is excellent" and "my putting is decent" are two statements that concern me for someone who wants to become single digit...
  11. I try to get the ball in the hole in the least amount of strokes... sounds like you need to identify why you’re NOT relaxed with pitch shots...
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