After a great round I go to the course on the next occasion full of piss and vinegar ready to take on the world.
Golf has a great way of stomping you into the ground again.
I had a great round yesterday but will try to keep my head down(pun intended) tomorrow.
I'm not sure if he saw him or his clubs first, because at 2:13 he starts to describe in detail W(no longer)ITB. At one point he takes one hand off the gun, and as a true golfer, rattles off lofts and putter shaft length while pointing at them. That might have been the most dangerous time since he was obviously distracted from holding the suspect at gunpoint.
It's hard to say what happened, but OTOH it's pretty obvious when a person is trying to sell your clubs in a Golf Galaxy parking lot. He apparently looked at then and recognized them. Then he went back to get his gun and confront the seller (who was a criminal anyway for selling stolen goods). I remember reading in one of those articles that Mr. Acree's cell phone was still in the bag as well. Can't seem to find that link, now.
Mr. Acree will likely be free of any kind of action from the perpetrator. He might get his wrist slapped for saying "I'll kill you" and kicking the perpetrator in the head. Unfortunately, Montgomery will likely go free as well. Hopefully, he learned not to steal clubs or anything else any more. . .
Everybody is a little different and teach different things. I play all my irons further back than most to help promote a draw. When I want to cut the ball I put it up in my stance along with a couple other things. Also keeping the ball back in my stance helps me flight the ball better because I naturally hit the ball really high.