I am wondering ... no, I am not. Grip down, make a full turn and smooth swing at 80% - that makes it (almost) sure that I sequence correctly.Tell me about your opening tee shot. Are you calling for a breakfast ball before the tee is in the ground or ready to rock and roll after working through a large bucket on the range? Cold top swinging out of your shoes with nervous energy or putting a smooth swing on it and piping one down the middle?
I'm with ya on this one.... there's probably a message in there somewhere in that scenario that we're both ignoring.I am usually rushing out for a quick nine after dropping kids off at school so my opener is typically a cold driver or 3 wood. First one is usually right down the pipe then i get loosened up and it goes everywhere but straight.
Or are a R-->L player!! Looks like a great hole to get blocked out right off the bat by any run through. By hole 2 I can cut a drive, but on the 1st it's about a 6% success rate without warming up.The first hole at my course is perfect for getting out of the car and heading to the tee. I am still tight and can work a nice hard cut off the trees through the fairway. It is a hard hole to start if you fear the big right miss.