It would be astronomically unlikely to have a tie in the national popular vote. Margins of error occur in statistics, not in a vote count. Any amount of more popular votes than an opponent obtained, makes that candidate the winner in an election decided by popular vote.
The candidate with the most votes would win, as in virtually every other election in the country.
Using the National Popular Vote bill would not be a lot of work and we have hundreds of years of elections in the U.S. where every voter is equal and matters everywhere, and the candidate with the most votes wins.
Well, I'd be 1/2 at least.
Would it be able to help with the takeaway portion of the pitching technique? I'm thinking you could set it up so that if you bring the hands too far back (instead of raising the club head using wrists) you'd hit the noodle.
I mentioned as an off-topic in one of my posts in the Woods thread that Rose's site got an upgrade. Out of curiosity, I did a search on golf. There are tons of episodes on golf, from interviews with pros, to talks about the Majors, Ryder Cup, etc... If you want to do your own personal wayback machine, you can, in a time where tons of content is available just a couple of taps away, we live in an embarrassment of riches you young ones take for granted. His old site had this feature too, but it's just so much easier to find the exact thing you're looking for with the site upgrade and I think the archive goes back farther. He's also on YouTube, but no full episodes.
The search might yield unrelated results, like August Wilson's Radio Golf, but there aren't many of those to filter out.