Like it or not, republicans can't put just anyone in and expect everyone else to go along with it.
If true, it's unfortunate. Kind of like we're too stubborn to learn from our mistakes. Talk about a lack of pragmatism.
This sums it up for me. Turning fortunes around in RC history has become bigger than a golf match. I start to wonder how much they're actually thinking about golf, their strategy for getting the ball in the hole in the fewest attempts. That's what will help Team USA win the RC, not a task force and endless ramblings about team spirit.
9/30 - kettle bell ex's for weight shift reinforcement, core strength, and balanced, centered turn.
Grip, stance, slow take away, low point control, weight shift forward with 7i.
Hope to get to range today/tomorrow with new driver!
There are 28 matches, 352 holes (lets say all matches end on hole 16) and more then 1600 shots to play. It does not come down to a couple of putts. All shots count and these putts could also go in favour of the Euro's making it a bigger win then it was. In every match there are turning points, some in favour of the Euro's, some in favour of the USA. Don't point to the couple that went in favour of the Euro's, without pointing to the ones that went in favour of the USA.
It even sounds like 'drive for show and putt for dough'.