Posted by: randyhaaggolf | July 21, 2012

SENIOR BRITISH OPEN AT TURNBERRY – MY PREP TO COMPETE

This will be my 5th Senior Major, and after back to back Silver Medals in this event, it’s now time to raise my game, expectation and goals. Certainly my recent play doesn’t exactly give anyone an indication that I’ll be able to compete against the best over 50 players in the world (Norman and Couples are scheduled to compete) BUT the reason I am optimistic is over the past few days my putting is returning to it’s old form, where I have touch and speed control again.

 

I am actually writing this from a US Air flight heading towards Philadelphia, with low battery ….more to come live from Turnberry, with photos and a description of how I plan to play each hole

STAY TUNED


Responses

  1. Go team O….Haag and Allen

  2. Hey Randy, good luck this week mate.

  3. Good luck and have fun, Randy.

    Jack Lau (from Hong Kong)

  4. Hey Randy Mark Miller here. You told me to close my eyes for chipping problems. I have been practicing at lone tree at dusk and the darker it gets the better I chip. Now on the course when I chip I wear dark sunglasses and it helps smooth out my stroke. It helps flatten out my bottom and not see if my lie is not perfect. doc

    • Chipping can be tricky when the yips come into your technique. I think being darker is a good idea and should work. I use to do it in a similar way with my sneak attack. This is such an important part of the game, that needs to be figured out. Good luck, and good to hear from you!!


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