Hi Ed, just wanted to let you know that the first nine out were fantastic-I was even hitting the evil 5 wood long & straight. The 18km run caught up with me on the back 9 & it went to pieces from there, but at least I knew what I was doing wrong, just too tired to correct it. My grip was great throughout the round and almost all of my shots Very pleased with my progress so far but we definitely need to work on my short game some more. Thanks again , Karen
Hi Ed, I worked on the club dropping today. It took the better part of an hour but I was able to find it. What I noticed was if I turn my hips properly back, it's easy to drop my hands. It's almost as though the hip bump\turn drags my hands down to my left hip. Then POW solid & straight. DM
Hey Ed...three years in...single digit hdcp...greatest reduction award, three scores in the 70's...won my very first team scramble...
your methods work...cant wait til 2013.... Patrick
Driver seems to be working.
84 at penn hills today. No triples and lots of missed putts.
Hello Ed. Thanks for the clear and simple lesson today. I feel better about things already....EM
The "Wright Swing" is excellent.
Congratulations on putting it together.
I especially liked Norrie's point about consciously focusing on the right trigger finger to create lag.
This is a profound reminder for golfers -- most of
whom are afflicted with "monkey mind" -- to focus properly.
my best... jlr
Hi Ed, Thanks so much for the great lessons I received the last few weeks. I thought you would be interested to know that I came in low net for the field at the Ashburn Ladies Club Championship. I played my personal best at The New Course which was 107 and tied my personal best at the Old Course with a 103 (45 on the front …so the back was a bit rough). I kept the “ball in play” thought on the tee and the spider hands on all the tee and fairway shots and it really helped. Many thanks and look forward to seeing for some more lessons soon M S