This swing is the take away that I refer to as Furick-ing. I don't know if it is so close to JimFurick take away but it is what I originally discovered and try to emulate a while back. Clubhead is way out there, not pointing club towards target until you get to top So when you get to the top, the clubhead has to whoop-de-do or figure eight to the plane of attack, yes ? It is longer on the no.1 club and more exaggerated maybe but this take away has put me on plane and produces consistent and clean contact for me.
Oh and the shirt looks just great man.
I don’t know the law of the particular jurisdiction, but it would seem that unless particular circumstances exist, like using a deadly weapon, there would be no rise from battery to a felony charge. I haven’t seen any facts to indicate that he brandished a weapon, like a golf club for instance, in the fight.
Therefore, I think this statement is over broad. The burden of proof would fall on the prosecutor to show each element is met. Sure, the prospector can threaten charges, but again, unless there are facts to support a felony charge, of which I’m not aware at present, I don’t think his “hope” is that a lawyer can “get him off.”
Off Season, I could care less. You can't post anything for USGA handicap anyways. There is no need to worry about it.
This to. Bunkers are not maintained in the off-season. Weather can be sketchy in the off-season.
Honestly, I don't care if courses run tournaments during the season with non-allowed USGA local rules as long as scores are not posted for handicap.