Mark Ellis wrote: Why do you want to change your form? What are you seeking? If with this exact form you were winning in Pro would you still want to change it?
aDave wrote:Mark Ellis wrote: Why do you want to change your form? What are you seeking? If with this exact form you were winning in Pro would you still want to change it?
I shoot pretty well at my three home courses. I've got positive handicaps in the am leagues that I play. I really enjoy folks being impressed when they see me park a hole with an rpro Aviar that they use a Nuke on. I've loved this game since the moment my first drive hit a tree 15 feet off the tee.
I would also like to be able to shoot well on courses that need longer drives. Right now the best I can do in a round is about '350, if its slightly downhill. I would love to be able to extend that out another 100 feet.
I also enjoy the process of learning, and I'm sort of a nerd about biomechanics.
I started playing in late 2009 and intend to play this game til I die, so I want to make sure that I nail really "good" form before I get to stiff and sore to get any better.
By good form I mean one with the least amount of wasted energy that gives the best results.
And yes even if I was winning pro, I would still be looking to get better.
By the way, based on your raving about them, I picked up a Rattler this weekend. It's a funky little disc, but it seems to fit my putting form really well.
It doesn't drop like the Yetis that I've been using lately, giving me more confidence on putts right at the edge of the circle.
Time will tell, but thanks for the evangelism.
I forgot: Yes the discs flew as intended.
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