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So, two weeks ago I shot my all time record low score of 73 at Tyler's winter league. It was awesome! And I thought that it was a start to improvement, however the following two weeks at league I shot 84 then 85. It is very discouraging and frustrating. And while the 73 score was during a fairly easy layout and the 84 and 85 scores were with a much tougher layout, I can't help but feeling like I am now operating in reverse. I know that my head is getting in the way of my throwing, but I am concerned that I am possibly trying too hard when it comes to driving and approaching. I have been shanking drives more often the past two weeks and hitting trees and brush more on approaches. However, I am happy with my putting. Surprising, I know! Anyone out there can sympathize or advise?

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I try change.(playing with new people,strattle putts instead of straight ones,flicks over backhand,more or less stable disc stock)Any of these could/has work(ed) in the past.The point is to look at it like its fresh.

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