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Date Posted: 07:10:41 06/09/00 Fri
Author: Doug
Subject: Re: Single axis improvement?
In reply to: Frosty 's message, "Single axis improvement?" on 22:20:31 06/08/00 Thu

IMHO not all of us can be scratch golfers. My example is that I usually can't reach par fives in two due to a lack of distance (for that matter, some long par 4's). I think we all have our own personal "wall" that we hit, where we can no longer improve OR a plateau where score improvement is much more difficult.

Are you counting your putts? Short game problems? Do you actually play, or hit the range hard? My guess is a lot of people think their technique may be the problem, when in fact DISTANCE CONTROL can be just as much to blame. Not to mention the short game...

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  • Re: Single axis improvement? -- johnr, 11:00:49 06/09/00 Fri
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