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OK, this question has 2 responses. Since one of your topics is professional golfers, we’ll make it about Tour golf. First response is golfers don’t officially keep their own score. The scorecard for a Tour event will be handed out looking like this: The only major difference is there is typically a label with the player’s name and the date, round, tee, and tee time listed on it that is affixed to the scorecard. The top section is perforated. The player would tear that off and use that to keep their own score (indicated by “my score” on it. The rest of it is given to the opponent. Your opponent keeps your score. This is true for most competitive golf events. At the end of the round, you re-exchange scorecards and compare your score that you scored yourself for yourself with the score your fellow competitor scored for you. You make certain you’ve assessed all penalties and what not, then you sign your scorecard and your marker (fellow competitor) attests that score where it says marker’s signature. Signing and handing it in is the completion of your day’s round and makes the scoring “official”.

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The point here is that I’m employing a particular swing, for me, that I technically understand. I know ahead of time what may go wrong, what I’ll do to save it, and where the miss goes. No trying stuff to “see if it works today” and absolutely no “hit it and hope.” This is how good golfers play well. The proper balance and control area in the swing, by the way, isn’t in the legs. It’s just above the belt buckle in a spot martial artists and eastern meditative exercisers call the Dan Tien. The lower abdominals, not the upper ones we use for situps and crunches, are the key to a stable golf pivot and employing the torso to add swing speed. Pilates exercises hit those lower abs. Learn to pivot that Dan Tien, point it at a spot on the ground way in front of the ball and then rotate your shoulders/arms/hands to catch up to the Dan Tien. You’ll hit a lot of good golf shots, first tee or anywhere else.

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Since I’m supposedly a “good golfer” (these days I just know a lot of good golfers who put up with me) I’ll share how I deal with the first tee. For entertainment purposes only! When I want to apply some extra jackassery I will take slow-motion swings with my driver. I mean super-slo-mo. This is good practice at home, of course, and I’ll look and feel for any body parts moving (or not) out of sequence. I’ll especially focus on staying in balance. Most golfers can’t do this slo-mo thing very well, if at all, so it’s somewhat amusing/annoying/distracting to have a weirdo ignoring everything while he masturbates over the beauty of his slo-mo golf swing. What I usually do, though, is hit a “leg shot.” Here’s the thing: If you think of your body like a vertical thermometer, many players are overthinking/fussing about off-course stuff/self-conscious on the first tee, so their swing winds up centered way up at the top of the thermometer. The upper body takes over, their transition is ruined and they either pull it left (if they get the face squared) or banana spray it right (if they hold the face open). Best case scenario is a wimpy cut fade. Impressive! So, the leg shot. I’m intentionally controlling the swing with my legs. I’m keeping the thermometer down where it’s cool. When I do this, the predictable danger is having my legs/hips/torso outrace my shoulders/arms. This usually results in a block right, so the prophylactic here is to choke down on the driver a half inch or so. This reduces swingweight, has me holding a skinnier tapered shaft, and helps a slightly shorter club catch up with my legs/torso. It’s easier to hit the sweet spot, too. If I sense that I’m “trapped” meaning my arms have lagged too far behind, I’ll rotate my right forearm and the block turns into a cool-looking push-draw carver. Then I pick up my tee and act like I manufactured it on purpose. Of course. Still gotta jackass.

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