Originally Posted by skires
Maybe I'm wrong. Just my way of thinking. I'm talking about course groupings ... range grouping is easy in comparison. So my group examples are on the course with terrain slightly different, turning through angles of the wind and with the bum twitching that a squirt of adrenaline brings.
I think there's a part of grouping that rings true but as you say, once you've got your eye on the range it's pretty much a waste of lead. I can group better than some people I can't even get close to on any course so while I do think it's helpful to get your group size down as that speaks to a better and repeatable technical understanding, I don't believe it's an isolated key.