Single Digit Golf Challenge At 50
I started golfing 6 years ago and it has been an awesome journey. I had gotten my handicap down to a 12 but then started playing bad. I left the club I was a member off and took a year off. It has been one year since I got back into the game.
I am now loving it again, but I am also dedicated to getting good. What does getting good mean? It means getting to a single digit handicap. This means you have to have minimal mistakes when you play. It also means a lot of practice since I did not playing growing up. In fact they say that if you started playing after thirty-five it is impossible to get to a 0 handicap or scratch.
As part of my Sacred 6 I wanted to create some accountability to show my progress here on the blog and on Youtube. I will be tracking some of my progress and golf ideas here. If you would like to get specific updates on just the golf progress you can sign up on this blog below.
My current handicap is a 12.7 but I am trending to a 14.4. I have had a few bad days as I am switching my swing from an inconsistent fade to more of a draw swing. It is going to get worse before it gets better. For tracking my game I am keeping it on the Accros system and also my handicap is being stored in the GIN system.
My current clubs are as follows:
Wedges are 56 and 60 degree and are Mizuno T-7
Putter is a Scotty Cameron Futura 7
I play the Srixon Z-Star XV ball
My home club is Parkland Golf and Country Club – this is also where I do the majority of my events. I also play at the club in Ibague, Colombia when I am down south.
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