I heard he had given the Yellow Book to his dentist friend who had involved some scientists. Perhaps this is only a legend, but if not, it appears to be quite a scientific approach to the golf swing. I will be interested in getting to know any other good scientific researches though. You are right that from a pure aesthetic point of view Mac's swing is of top quality and perhaps enhances that way my willingness to know it better.
When I first started golfing as a youngster never used a glove. Somewhere in between started using one and now can't manage without one. If I play without one, I hurt my left hand. Sometimes remove the glove near and on the green and sometimes just leave it on. Depends on mood, time and whether I remember
Currently not playing much golf because I moved for work. Ideally the Titleist NXT but whatever I can get my hands on that are used. New 3-piece and upward fancy balls are too expensive until I get my swing so well grooved that I don't lose an expensive ball. Mostly on the used 3 piece balls from any decent manufacturer
Short game chipping practice at 15, 20, 30 and 40 yards. 40 yards took a "full" chip shot with a 52. Tested out that same swing with my GW and PW and was hitting up to 50 and 60 yards respectively, but didn't hit enough to check dispersion at those distances. My dispersion at 15 and 20 yards around 10 yards but luckily I was the same at 30 yards. It opened up to about 20 yards at 40 yards, and I'd guess that it's about the same with the 50 and 60 yard distances. I think I can work on controlling how far back I turn my shoulder a bit better. Going to check that out the remainder of the week. The main thing is I now have a real chipping.pitching stroke, as opposed to some random attempt at "partial swings".
Picked up my son from UCLA to play a round of golf somewhere. We're still deciding where.
Practiced my full swing in a mirror this morning, and it's also coming along. A2 and A6 are finally starting to look the same or similar.