Let’s first say PGA Tour. Hopefully you didn’t intend to bundle PGA of America into this. Unfortunately, being commercialized is a way to make money, especially with people willing to pay for it to make their own business successful. But then, one could think about the Masters. A lot less commercialized but it has become special for that reason. And unless the membership were all wealthy, that event would never happen the way it does.
I wonder, what big sport isn’t commercialized? Even tradition must evolve in some ways to stay relevant.
He kicked me out of the academy because I argued the point that it’s physically possible for me to hit it fat. I was thinking that my setup was wrong but he took some type of offense and gave me the boot. Tho in fairness to him he reads a ton of emails, and my question was misinterpreted.
Even tho I have to finish learning the swing on my own, as an amateur I feel confident I can become scratch with the swing - which is my goal this season. So for me, and probably amateurs like me who use the swing, the proof is in the results, which I have a personal glimpse of. I have no idea if the swing is viable above hobby level.
Unless there is sufficient evidence for, skepticism that this swing can go to elite levels is warranted.
So yesterday was the 40th anniversary of the Miracle on Ice, Ovechkin scored his 700th goal to become the 8th person in history to reach that milestone, but the biggest story of the night was about a 42 year old zamboni driver: