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Very nice read! I really enjoyed that article

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Just now, iacas said:

What about it? eBay.

Cost like $20, and the patch about $5.

Doh. I thought it was from a Masters winner.

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Nice article. You did a good job articulating a lot of what could really help people out in terms of learning/playing the game. 

BTW - I'm sure you aren't, but in this photo, it kinda looks like you are using a reinforcement technique by hitting this young man in the head with a pool noodle every time he commits a swing fault. 

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Liked the distribution on concepts when you have 1..2 or 3 hours for a 1st class. With strategy you can gain strokes rigth away, cut out a few strokes with short game is something that can be achived in a short amount of time. 
Long game is the most important ascpect if you really want to lower your score but that take time! in that case you need several clases. 
Good Job!

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19 minutes ago, ChetlovesMer said:

BTW - I'm sure you aren't, but in this photo, it kinda looks like you are using a reinforcement technique by hitting this young man in the head with a pool noodle every time he commits a swing fault. 

I am! 😄

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30 minutes ago, iacas said:

I am! 😄

"Flatten that wrist!" … WHAP!

"Maintain your posture!" … WHAP!

"Quit your crying!" … WHAP!

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Finished the piece. It’s been cool following your journey in golf.

Great point on the season in Erie being longer than perceived. 

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1 hour ago, ChetlovesMer said:

"Flatten that wrist!" … WHAP!

"Maintain your posture!" … WHAP!

"Quit your crying!" … WHAP!

There's no crying in baseball  golf!    Love the article.  Thanks for sharing

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4 hours ago, ChetlovesMer said:

BTW - I'm sure you aren't, but in this photo, it kinda looks like you are using a reinforcement technique by hitting this young man in the head with a pool noodle every time he commits a swing fault. 

You’ve obviously never taken a lesson with @iacas before. That kid got lucky with the pool noodle. He had PVC for me last time I was out there 😜

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Recommend giving this a read about TST's very own @iacas, some really good insights into coaching and playing. Congrats to him on the interview!  

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Generations pass along the keys to humanity. A new extraction takes what it learned from the preceding one, then expands the knowledge base in a positive direction. In Erie, Pennsylvania, situated halfway between Buffalo...

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Congrats on the interview! Some really good insights on coaching and playing.

51 minutes ago, billchao said:

That kid got lucky with the pool noodle. He had PVC for me last time I was out there 😜

With spikes on it! 😂

 

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