|THE BEST GOLF SWING FOR SENIORS|
Which brings me to a second opinion - that your golf swing method is too good. Yes, that's right, we are both struggling with club selection because, unlike before where our usual approach shots were chronically short, we're hitting our approach shots (usually with mid irons or a hybrid) over greens and often power-hooking our wedges high but to the left of the target. It is as if we have a new-found strength but now have to find a way to harness it. Have you or do you experience this?
Last subject which concerns me only - which tee to play from? I'm 65 but usually find myself paired with younger members who play late in the afternoon. While they hit from either the men's or the championship tees, I play from the whites. This has been an agreeable arrangement until now because currently, on almost every long hole, I am the last one to hit from the fairway. Since I putt pretty well, I have been cleaning up as of late. My handicap improved to where I'm not getting strokes any more but the young guys want me to play from the men's tees now - if we're playing golf for money, that is.
Terry from Phoenix, AZ
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Revised 09-03-2012, Revised 02/17/2013