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It's Connor, and yeah, the format was terrible. http://ftw.usatoday.com/2015/04/connor-mcdavid-edmonton-oilers-nhl-draft-lottery The Edmonton Oilers are also in a legal battle with the owner of the Erie Otters. Connor loves (not romantically, duh) the owner of the Otters. That will be interesting…
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He was being facetious and sarcastic. He put a smiley face at the end. He was joking around with you, which is something friends and buddies and "good people" do.
 Down and left = steep AoA. But I think you just made a typo, since you seem to get the rest of it. Definitely sign up for evolvr if you can.
Not only not better than half, but third worst. It's not like they were going to be picking #13 or #14. I have friends on the Sabres. I was rooting for them… I've seen Connor play several games.
I disagree, and think that clear lines are better than fuzzy lines where we try to determine whether an "advantage" was gained. Sometimes you fall afoul of a "goofy" rule but keeping the clarity and solidity of the line is important in the end. The rules say players and caddies can't take carts. It's a clear line, and unfortunately the caddie broke that rule. Some tournaments will shuttle players on long walks from a green to a tee or something, but it's done for EVERY...
Down and left = steep AoA. Hips forward shallows the AoA - it creates secondary axis tilt. Think about it…
It's a functional pattern, no doubt, but some quick little tips: Watch the late extension that sends the head forward in and after transition. Keep a soft feeling in the shoulders in that part of the backswing, with the chest feeling like it is pointing downward a bit more. Hips forward to create some secondary tilt.
Played 14 at Chautauqua's Lake course.   Shot 55. Made a lot of pars. And one birdie. :P   http://www.gamegolf.com/player/iacas/round/271271
 It is. Just make sure the hips go forward and you "land on" the front foot before you turn, and the hips from 6-8 really rip left and UP too.
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