Imho, your favorite Bond is probably the one you grew up with. Connery though not technically the first was the first Bond. Moore was campy Bond, Dalton was serious Bond, Brosnan, suave Bond, Craig, a return to serious Bond, the buff Bond, reflecting the modern actor who spends a whole lotta time in the gym.
Don't forget Moore also starred in a tv show, The Saint, which was fun, a Bond Robin Hood.
Fairways, greens and a great putting stroke don't do it for someone who has ambitions to be a top player.
This is why you have to pity 99% of the + markers who are in their teens. Most believe they are going to play professionally, make a fortune and be famous. Fact is, perhaps 1 in 10000 of them will. In the remainder you'll find the ones who quit. They never actually played for the love of the game.
Yes and part of the "homework" I come up with myself. It's the instructors job to identify the problem and lay out some game plan but it's the student's job to take ownership of implementing the changes. This would include an understanding of how to work the pieces (drills, slow swings, exercises, filming swings, exaggerated rehearsals) and how the pieces are connected (the "why").
This is a big problem IMO. What are you doing when you practice by yourself?
You should be able to fix or at least manage what you're doing wrong in between lessons.
Thanks, will do. I am pretty sure that I would have to order the ferrule as well. The generic has no numbers, so I am thinking it goes into their proprietary ferrule. Golf Mart in Escondido sells Tour Edge and may be able to order if TE will not sell direct.