Just look at the type of surgery it was and what it helps fix. His spine was compressing his nerves. This gives them space again. He said he couldn't even lie down without pain. Now he feels great.
I'm not saying he won't re-damage things, but I said before and I'll say again now this was a quality of life surgery, not a golf surgery. If you can't even lie down without being in pain, swinging a club is a non-starter.
Of course it is, but I don't think any solution ever offered really works.
The big problem is the mix of walkers and carts (buggies), the mix of player levels, and the mix of player speeds. Some like to play very fast these days, which is a new trend IMO and causing some of the complaints.
To argue against myself, longer videos give those who watch 'em a better understanding of who you are.
I've just been very busy lately and want to watch these videos, but carving out half an hour has been tough. Fortunately, I don't have to watch this one super intently as you're on the losing team's side of the country…
It ended up being a lot longer than I expected, too. I was aiming for 15-20 minutes. But I ended up filming almost 10 minutes on the course - partly because I too a few more strokes than I would like - and partly because I wanted to bitch about the snow/cold in mid-May. That was despite my phone dying on and off because of the cold! And then I just don't shut up when answering questions.
I honestly had a lot more fun than I expected putting this together, so that's part of it, too.
That dancing was not expected, haha. I still am surprised I made contact, and the shot turned out decent.