adamb258 wrote:I think for now I am going to continue to play my rounds FH since playing BH yesterday frustrated me. I will just spend time before each round field practicing BH.
if you are playing with your friends and don't want to get whooped, then go with what you feel best about (FH) but if you are playing by yourself I would suggest practicing both off the tee pad as much as you can. If you can develop your backhad without totally neglecting your forehand, you will have more success in the long run being able to attack lefty and righty holes.
it will definitely be frustrating, that is a sign that you want to get better, which is good. I've been playing three years and still get frustrated with the smallest things in my form and what not, I think most people are constantly working on their throw. so just keep up what you are doing... thinking, researching, and practicing... you won't be able to fix it all at once, but you will learn little tweaks and have new revelations as you go along, ultimately making you a much more solid player.
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