July 18, 2013 By El Gato
For some reason i always seem to play better in wetter or soft conditions, either in rain or right after rain. Could this tell me something about how i swing that could help me improve when the conditions are dry and hard?
July 18, 2013 at 5:45pm
I always score better in wet conditions because of the soft greens...For hard and dry conditions I will play the ball a little more forward to get height for a soft landing with less roll using the 7-W's...The long irons I try to run to the greens with punch shots when it's dry and hard if the shot shape allows it..(1 ball back and club down).Good luck
July 19, 2013 at 4:11pm
What kind of divot do you take? Is the scoring mostly because of the slower greens?
I'm the exact opposite. Play much better in dry conditions, the dryer the better. Love a fast, dry track.
July 20, 2013 at 10:42am
No It's not the greens, putting Is actually the strongest part of my game, it's my ball striking that improves when it's wet. I guess I usually take a deep divot so maybe that's why I hit it better when the ground is softer?
Haven't registered for Team Titleist yet?
Didn’t take long for @tanny44 to add some toys to his bag. #teamtitleist #AP3
Another unbelievable day at #cabotcliffs #rbcpgascramble #cabot #cabotlinks #novascotia #titleist #teamtitleist
At the 2017 CIMB Classic in Kuala Lumpur, more players put their trust in a Scotty Cameron putter than any other brand. #scottycameron #circlet #theartofputting #titleist
Tough lie!!?? #TeamTitleist titleist @ McCanless Golf Club https://t.co/r2u4TIBcaR
@Titleist #ProV1 for me. Thanks @Titleist for getting me properly fit👍 https://t.co/M9CnwqkLrQ
Huge shoutout to @Titleist for putting this piece together! Absolutely brilliant! https://t.co/W0QdrKnnWU #VokeyWedges @VokeyWedges