A day of chores and walking. Eight golf balls followed me home during my walks around the park. And that was the big event.
The other event was dragging out all the extra water hoses to couple together to have enough to reach all the spots on the rig. It worked. The Truck and the Castle have now been freed of all the salt that a brush can get to. Tonight is supposed to be some more rain to wash any left over spots for me.
This next statement is not accepted by most golfers, but it is a fact. You can change the length of a golf club by up to two inches longer or shorter without appreciably changing the distance you hit the ball with it. Getting the length right for your body can increase your accuracy tremendously. My days and studies as a club fitter proved it many times.
With that in mind the practice field here at the park was put to good use today. By shortening my five wood one and three eights inches, my spray pattern decreased by over 50%. The best that could be determined is that the distance lost is around two feet maximum. It was landing next to a marker tree but scattering out around thirty feet side to side. Now it lands just in front of the marker tree and is normally plus or minus five feet of the tree trunk. That makes a much better club for me.
This brings to an end another successful day of trying to have tooooo much fun. TheOFM.