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Some good trends overall. Hot spots moving north and west though
Reports of new cases continue to trend steadily downward. Around 86,000 cases are being identified each day, down from more than 160,000 daily at the beginning of September.
While most of the country is rebounding from the summer case surge, trouble spots remain. Colorado, Vermont and Michiganare among a handful of states seeing sustained case growth.
The situation continues to improve in the South, the region that suffered the worst this summer. Florida now has one of the lowest average daily case rates in the country.
Hello and welcome to TST. First a suggestion, a request really, please use paragraph breaks so it’s easier on the eyes to read.😉 We have a great section here called ‘Members Swings’ where you can post videos of your swing and get some great free advice.
You need to find your priority piece first. Rather than long irons or driver, you need to focus on specific areas then find the very specific piece to work on.
95 today at Harbour Pointe from the whites. My son was my playing partner, so we were more in the test and see mode than really tying to shoot our best scores. I also pulled the old Wilson Killer Whale driver out as I hit it well at the range last Saturday. To be honest this was a mistake on my part. Was all over the fairway - left, right, middle. Never really knew where it was going to go. The G400 went back in the bag when I got home. Scoring wise nothing to report. Putting was okay, total of 37 (a lot of "long" first putts, but thankfully very short 2nd putts). Approach work was better, but due to the craziness of the driver I spent most of the round working out of tough lies from errant tee shots to where almost every hole was trying to get up and down for par....scrambling golf for sure.
The old adage "Think long, think wrong" definitely applies. There is no time to think as now you are completing the swing. For me, I try to be quiet in mind instead focusing on repeating the proper swing mechanics.