I use a mirror for backswing work. Slow work, so you can continually check your positioning.
You may actually have to feel that your hips are moving forward in the backswing to get them to stay centered.
U.S. pairs need to fight for some halves here.
Anyone finding the 'featured' internet feed coverage pretty poor? Granted it's free, but it's constant commercials that run right through important play, fluff pieces during play, video highlights of 20 seconds each preceded by a 30 second commercial and all they show are putts, not the shots that set them up.
I think the contrast between Rose/Stenson and Reed/Spieth is an interesting example of relative importance of different parts of the game in the different formats.
Yeah. Its a hard walk if you're still out there mid day. By 13-14 you're feeling it pretty good.
You're right about what makes the black tough. The greens there are pretty easy to putt. 3rd green has some weird breaks in it. But most of the length on that course is between 9-16, so If you can take advantage of 1-8 and 18 with some pars and a couple birdies you can squeeze a pretty decent round out of there.