A guy on the range yesterday asked me about the MEVO Plus I was using. I showed him what it can do. He said he was interested in the Garmin but it was sold out. I told him this has a lot more features and will have the Pro package add on next year.
Well, I have to admit I was a little disappointed when I first watched it. ... Having typed that. I watched this again last night. For no particular reason, and I have to say I enjoyed it. Even knowing the outcome. The format is a little different. I think it could use some tweaks. My first suggestion is get rid of the carts. I think it would give everyone more time to interact if they walked.
I've said this before and I'll stand by it, both of these guys are good for the game.
I also think the animosity between them was real. I still think they don't really like each other. The Ryder Cup made them team-mates and that helped smooth things over a bit. I also think that there may have been somebody in each of their camps who told them they were coming off like big old cry babies to the public.
Over-all, I hope they keep doing these matches. I don't think they will ever be the kind of mega-event that golf hoped for. They are entertaining to watch and I for one will probably keep watching them.
No. I wanna be good at golf now!!!
ha! No, I’m just kidding. I do appreciate the fact that it was not expected of me to have this down in one day. But, I do think I made a bit of progress
but, question: it feels like turning my left shoulder to the ground equals back and up. This seem reasonable and/or accurate?
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Was worth ten minutes.