I ordered a SNES Mini game system with games preloaded on it for me and the kids. I think it’ll be cool. My son has been collecting the super Mario lego stuff, and we thought a simple video game system would be cool to play too.
Day 6 (13 Jun 21) - swing drills with 7i and 3w. Focus was on the takeaway- bringing the club back instead of around. Know I get lazy that makes for the coming over the top slices. The drill included taking full swings using hard foam balls.
Day 110. I spent over an hour practicing today; in addition to full swing practice (three dozen balls, with the attendant practice swings; slow, 7-iron, indoors, off a mat, into the net. Focused on priority piece from Evolvr, but I'm not convinced that if I were outdoors these would go only 75 yards. I also hit some poor short game shots yesterday (shot itself was bad; result, too), so I hit several of these as practice. They included half quarter and eighth shots with my UW and quarter and eighth with the LW. All of this was indoors, off a mat, into a net, with real balls.
I've been hesitant to weigh in on this because I am very biased. I really like Phil and want him to be #3. But I will try to be objective. As for the arguments that Phil was not "Dominant" and not "#1 in WGR" IMO that is not relevant since we are discussing #3 overall and many lesser players had short stints at World #1 and they are not in the conversation. The real challenge to who is #3 is between Hogan & Mickelson. I know, Hagen has 11 Majors but much lower SOF. I have accepted that in the case of Tiger/Niklaus 15 > 18. Phil wins the SOF points over Hogan but saying 6 > 9 is a harder for me than than saying 15 > 18. Another factor is longevity. Phil is still competitive after 30 years. Hogan was competitive @ 20 years ( @ 1940-1958/9) and that says a lot to me.
For now I am going call it a tie with a biased leaning towards Phil. WHEN Phil wins at Torey Pines that will cement his position in my mind. OK, I am not claiming to be psychic, just hopeful.