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Posted 07 May 2017 - 09:08 PM
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Best result: 2 over 74 at Hills International on 13 Feb 2016
Eagles: 21/10/16 17th Keysborough, 24/10/16 18th Woodlands
Goal: A round at par or better!
Brisbane Fairways 2015 Club Champion
Brisbane Fairways 2015 Clubman of the Year
Winner: 2015 Nationals day 5 round at Links Hope Island
Winner: 2016 Nationals day 5 round at Woodlands
South East Queensland Golf Group - Treasurer
http://www.brisbanef...ssocialgolf.com - Treasurer
Posted 20 May 2017 - 07:01 PM
Dear readers it may be possible that I am beginning to play more golf again. Or in simple terms getting back to playing as much as I did previously. The recovery of the physical limitations is part of this, so is the change in work with the transition to the new business virtually completed.
After Sundays round without a cart, on Monday fronted up for nine holes. Completing the round with the former European lady professional who assisted in taking my game to the next level. It was a very casual and relaxed round with only two coaching moments. The first was the reminder to set up to play shots aimed in the targets direction. The second was to keep my hands ahead of the club head when striking the ball.
The first pointer is an obvious one. Lets face it besides the joking, if a golfer is not aiming to hit the target you are not likely to. Second pointer is what removed the pull to the left in my shots and I have two ball flights that are consistent. Straight, which is a good thing if aimed at the target. Second is a slight fade, which I do not play to use. It is a technical fault that comes into my game with lack of practise and can manifest as a slice as well.
Apart from these two aspects, I had maintained all of the coaching improvements passed on in late 2016. Golf is fun and the simplicity of my game now is a major happiness factor. Tomorrow is another day for 18 holes and a test of the physical recovery again. Then off to Melbourne for a week, part business, part relaxation and holiday, yes the golf sticks will be in the boot. May even get a round in or a session at a driving range. Depending on the associated excess which is part of the break. Thankyou for your time and attention.
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