The perfect golf swing – First I want to tell you that most of these events occurred previously and the tails about my current golfing scores have been occurring over the summer. It is October as I post these but the current events happened June, July, August and September of 2010.
If you are just now starting to read my blog I would advise that you go to the beginning and read back up to current so that you understand how life got in front of golf and what led to the loss of my golf swing and how I am getting it back.
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Anyway, back in August my wife and I played golf with my cousins while still trying to find the perfect golf swing.
We begin the round very quietly. My two cousin hit, one is pretty long the other is very short. Then I hit a drive with my Launcher and hit the ball a little further then my cousin that hit the long one.
So already I am impressed.
We continue, I am playing inconsistent golf as always and so are they. The final score was we all hit 45. Not bad for playing a course for the first time and using a driver that is an unknown. But out of all the hits with that driver, I hit two that were in excess of 285 yards and are in the fairway. OMG!
On the eigth hole my drive is 295 yards and it leaves me with about 85 to center of green but I skull my wedge and it ends up behind the green. One of my cousins hits one short and right, mine was long and right. Unknown to each other we are lining up our shots and hit our balls about the same time.
As my ball nears the hole which I chipped short so it was about 5 feet short and heading downhill our two moving balls collide and we both stopped dead about pin high and three feet from the hole. We both putt in for fours and my second cousin, who landing on the green in two but is 40 feet away three putts for a five.
How about them apples!
So as we are laughing and walking over to the ninth tee box I stopped and said “There, There is my tire tracks!” and sure enough they could see my tire tracks and they begin to laugh all over again as I had told them the story before we got started and they found it hellarious.
So that was my second great experience with that driver and decide that I want it bad.
I also decide that for some reason I have the perfect golf swing for this driver. As they say, “Hot Diggity Dang!”
Next post will be about getting my very own driver.