I did get in daily practice over the weekend (and Friday). Too late to get award for month, but just to document for myself and try to keep up with @woodzie264:
10/21: Did range work and submitted a video to Evolvr
10/22: Got Evolvr analysis back! I was working on the takeaway nearly exclusively, and it turns out that was going (just barely ok). But needed some tweaks, so good thing I got feedback. But other areas of my swing were way out of whack, so we're going back to some basics again. Grip needed fixing. Left wrist was cupping quite badly. Did 20 min mirror on that.
10/23: 15 minutes mirror work. Focused exclusively on backswing wrist condition. Used binder touching forearm to ensure no cupping (instructor advice in feedback).
Will document today's work later.
10/24 - kettle bells swings for balanced weight shift (with focus on steady head). Grip, stance, steady head, balance weight shift x 5 mins with wedge.
hope to get out for quick greenside chipping/pitching session this morning before work.
This is totally arbitrary for me, but 20 wins, 1 major gets you in, in my book, so this is well deserved for DL3. His 21st win last year, at the Wyndham, made it a lock for me as well. 1987-2015 is an incredible winning span.
But yea, I wish they only inducted people in Ryder Cup years or something. Hell, it'd be pretty cool if it was only every four years. That'd make things pretty exciting whenever the HOF announcement came around.
I think you win 21 times on Tour, you should get into the HOF. Davis Love III has the feel of an underachiever but 21 wins (one of them a major) is a big-time resume.
The HOF should induct four people every year --- a 'foursome,' if you will.