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I own a flight scope that i use on the range wondering if its just perception or reality it seems to me that as I bang drivers on the range, my swing speed seems to drop over time. It makes sense. if you lift weights, you can do more reps on the first set then the next set, typically here are my numbers today, in order of hit. I didnt take much time between swings. all are miles per hour numbers 103 101 103 101 99 98 100
tl;dr -- hit a shot, walk (anywhere and back) the equivalent distance, then hit your next shot. has anyone tried this? results/observations? ---- watching a sir nick faldo clinic on youtube and he mentions something (paraphrasing) about range rats hitting a shot every 15 seconds. obviously this doesn't translate to real golf unless your name is mark wahlberg. so making a logical leap, is "walking off" shots a better way to practice when you're not working on technical stuff that needs to be grooved? other thoughts?
I recently moved from Southern California to Seattle. As a fairly new golfer, I noticed I immediately became a worse ball striker. Finally giving in and doing some research, I think it is for two reasons: The wet grass catches the club more and causes fat shots to be punished harderI'm no longer on a grass driving range, and therefore not being forced to make good contactI've seen a few options like duck tape, but I'd love to have feedback that I feel/see with the swing/ball. My only solution so far is to buy something like a TrueStrike mat and bring it with me to the range. Anyone have any ideas or feedback on the TrueStrike as a solve? Thanks!!