My wife’s firm has guest speakers for zoom meetings every couple of weeks. This weeks was a microbiologist/virologist working on COVID. One advantage they have with this strain is it grows very fast, which allows them to run tests in a day or two versus a week for some other viruses. So they can make significant progress in a shorter time. She was very encouraged with the progress so far which gave my wife optimism.
I don’t think it matters what the winning score is. What I like to see is the courses on tour presenting a variety of challenges. Courses like Bay Hill, Harbour Town, Bethpage Black, Pebble Beach are all different and difficult. Course like Detroit, Kapalua and La Quinta are normally easier but are all different. Variety is the spice of golf.
Great stuff, been following this thread every now and then out of interest, but the stuff goes way over my head usually. 😄
In the gym swing your lead shoulder looks to be in much more stronger position, in the right pic it looks collapsed/hugging yourself.
Do you think this has alot to do with how you land/brace against your lead side now? I feel like I personally just slide on top of my lead leg/hip and all the torgue I've created in backswing disappears and my upper body has nothing to rotate against, it just floats in space waiting for clubheads momentum to pull it through. I guess it's time to start skating again, please keep posting these updates and the stuff you do in the gym, it's priceless!