Day 686 Sunday AM
Worked with my metal woods this morning. Early morning wind made it interesting. (D, 3, 4, 5, and 7.
Hit them all off a tee, and/or the turf. Well, not so much my driver off the turf, but I did give it a few tries as a reminder not to rely on it very much. 😋
As always I made a smallish fairway using the d-range flags, with a down range target in the center of that fairway.
Most of my ball flights were decent, with my 7w being the better of the bunch. Nothing new there. I recently found a new interest in my 5 wood.
I also hit a few balls with my 12* driver. This is not my normal gamer. I used it as a warm up club.for the most part.
Focuses were on my aim, set up, one piece take away, swing tempo, and landing the ball in, or near my make shift fairway.
It was a good morning work out. These were all full swings, and there were probably 70-80 balls in that basket. Pretty sure I would card a low 80s score if I were to play today.
Well bad news guys. I’m back in the hospital and after having a CT/Abd done not only do I have moderately displaced rib fractures at 8-9-10...but I have a bowel perforation with abscess. So, pretty shocked but so glad I decided to come back in. I knew something was wrong....Anyway...I’ll update when I can but probably be away for awhile. Cheers.
True it was a freak accident. And I don’t put ‘blame’ necessarily on Saban. But I think it was a poor decision to keep him in. Football is a high risk injury sport and anytime you can in all probability afford to not play your star player when he’s young and has a huge career ahead of him AND he’s just recovered from an injury...you sit him. I’m remarking on this particular incident and not on how the general ‘play or not play’ is handled with players.