So our city of Dayton boys just shut it down until May.
“With limited staffing, social distancing guidelines cannot be sufficiently monitored. Also, disinfecting cleaners are being prioritized for other, front-line city operations,” the release stated.
I got no problem with them shutting these two weeks, but they had the time to figure out how to comply with the guidelines several other courses have already implemented. As far as I'm concerned, they are in breach of contract.
@Bonvivant and I had better be getting some consideration coming our way. They just flushed one of the six prime golf months of the year.
P.S. - Going to Windy Knoll tomorrow.
Sounds like you may be trying to get them to feel what you feel. You can’t tell people what they feel or should feel all the time. People’s proprioceptions, physical ability, muscle strength can be vastly different from one to the other.
You keep saying ‘appearance of improvement.’ I don’t even know what you mean by that. If a student is moving his head 6” front side and drifting his body with hit and getting his club stuck back forcing him to throw the club to catch up..that’s a poor movement. You get him to make a centered pivot and correct this problem it’s not just an appearance.
How you achieve that may not be the same for every student. I’m no professional by any means. @iacas is. It just seems like you’re trying to suggest feels are universal.
Another thought I had - fill something the size of a tennis ball tin with solvent and then sit the grip in the solvent bath to ensure the tape gets thoroughly soaked. Anyone tried this? Any downsides I haven't thought of?