Using a golf net with a Medicus

Using a golf net with a Medicus

Post by Phil » Fri, 08 Jul 2005 04:18:55


Has any found a good way to practice with a golf net in their back yard? I
was thinking of buying a Medicus double-hinged club so that I could
concentrate on my form as I hit into the net, instead of focusing on a
target. Has anyone had god results with a Medicus?
 
 
 

Using a golf net with a Medicus

Post by Stev » Fri, 08 Jul 2005 05:11:22


Quote:
> Has any found a good way to practice with a golf net in their back yard? I
> was thinking of buying a Medicus double-hinged club so that I could
> concentrate on my form as I hit into the net, instead of focusing on a
> target. Has anyone had god results with a Medicus?

I guess I am missing the connection between the Medicus and the net.  If you
are not focusing on a target, why not hit wiffle balls?  I have a net that I
dont use much, its old and needs to be replaced but I have recently been
hitting wiffle balls at the back of the house.  The main advantage with the
wiffle balls is I do not need to drag out and setup the net and platform I
built, and is really heavy, and get to see more ball flight, 60+ feet that
will clear the roof if I really catch one as oppose to a few feet with the
net.  With the net, I can not tell if I have hit a draw or not but I can
with the wiffle balls.

I was recently told by a very good golfer that I could benefit from a
Medicus.  I have been looking around for a deal and will snap one up at the
right price.
Steve

 
 
 

Using a golf net with a Medicus

Post by twfs » Fri, 08 Jul 2005 06:38:11

I bought the driver and it has straighten out my over the top swing.I need
to swing it more than I do tho.

Tom


Quote:
> Has any found a good way to practice with a golf net in their back yard? I
> was thinking of buying a Medicus double-hinged club so that I could
> concentrate on my form as I hit into the net, instead of focusing on a
> target. Has anyone had god results with a Medicus?


 
 
 

Using a golf net with a Medicus

Post by sfb » Fri, 08 Jul 2005 06:46:02

eBay which is your wife's new best friend. Useless toys that once
cluttered garages can now be sold on eBay to the next sucker.


Quote:

> I was recently told by a very good golfer that I could benefit from a
> Medicus.  I have been looking around for a deal and will snap one up
> at the right price.
> Steve

 
 
 

Using a golf net with a Medicus

Post by SOME BAD HAT HARR » Fri, 08 Jul 2005 07:11:27

The Medicus is a good tool for not needing a net. You really don't have to
hit a ball with it to get its advantage which is to build a smooth stroke
with good tempo. Had one and it really helped my tempo. Sold it some years
later and it had never hit a ball.


Quote:
> Has any found a good way to practice with a golf net in their back yard? I
> was thinking of buying a Medicus double-hinged club so that I could
> concentrate on my form as I hit into the net, instead of focusing on a
> target. Has anyone had god results with a Medicus?