It seemed ok for a paragraph or two, but then they got on a bit about how relaxed hands allow you to turn the club head over through impact and lost me. The rest of the article teetered back and forth between reasonable and absurd.
Don't get me wrong. I am gratified that I can discuss golf-related topics with the folks on TST, especially at times when my thoughts and efforts are ostensibly beholden to my employer. But I should be out there...
The more we talk about this stuff, the more I just want to be out there trying out these nifty ideas or hitting dozens of chip shots. I should start a kickstarter to help me quit my job, hire a substitute parent for my kids, and...hmm, what to do about the wife.
How can I find a way to farm out the duties of my life so that I can spend more time learning this damned game? How do you manage it?