Re-reading the Penick books are part of my annual pre-season preparation along with Ben Hogan's Five Lessons. Also when I hit a slump during the season, I will often sit down with Harvey and a favorite libation. Amazing how often I pick up a pointer that helps me get out of the slump! Great books for any golfer.
I've owned this book for 20+ years. Re-reading it is part of my annual spring checklist for golf. It helps me focus on the essentials and it also get excited about the new season. Well worth the investment in time and money!
Halfway through Hulu's The Looming Tower. Was hesitant to watch it because it dredges up bad memories, but this is history you don't want to forget. The book it's based on is very good. Some parts of the show a little over the top, but that's tv. Some very good veteran actors in it. Definitely worth a watch if the memory of the event is fading from your memory.
I'm not a big fan of these type shows, but when bored, will watch. However, I have no interest in watching a replay of a Quad Cities Open, or any other tournament. I mean, how could you ever get that bored? There are other channels...BTW I'm no spring chicken, either. LOL
About ten minutes with my 6-iron this morning, focusing on a swinging hit, as opposed to a hitting swing. Impact drills trying to get inline impact and weight forward.
112 of 112 this year.