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What is The Great Experiment? Let me explain a bit first (warning, long and possibly boring): Backstory I have been a member here for a few years but not active in the last year and a half. I'm 41 and have been golfing since I was 14. My HC was around 13 for the last 10 years though I got to single digits for a few months once. In the Spring of 2017 in my first round of golf for the year, on the third hole I took a swing with a fairway wood and heard a sickening "crack!" and I dropped like a rock. I had to be ambulanced off the course and found out I had fractured my back
New to this thread. Serious inquiry into back issue relief through a Count Yogi method or Channel Lock by gentleman in Australia. My lower back (herniated and bulging disc) is flairing up more often as I age. 58 and back surgery out of question for time being. Ran across the 2 gentlemen noted above in my google search. Seeking results/opinions of someone who has used one of above mentioned methods in reducing back pain from conventional golf swing. Any info provided is appreciated.
This (my response) would have been off topic in the original topic, so I started a new one. I think you're nuts, @JonMA1, if you don't think sports teaches "life lessons." Sports can teach teamwork. It can teach that hard work leads to improved results. It can teach a child how to deal with being beaten, even if he did put in the hard work. It can teach sportsmanship and respect for others. Golf specifically has taught my daughter honesty and integrity. It's taught her that there are rules that must be followed, and penalties to be paid. It's taught her that sometimes, people will bre
Happy new year folks I got myself a set of (half decent) clubs about three month ago to learn with after receiving an absolutely terrible set a couple of year ago as a gift(I know that sounds ungrateful but these hurt my poor little hands when I tried them on a range, skanky Dunlop 65i's ?). Anyway now am obsessed with learning how to play well, not great as I am well late to the game, (mid 40's so not about to give up reasonable IT career for a shot at the tour!!!!) but wanted to get a solid grasp of fundamentals to ensure if I carry on the obsession I can do so without fear of humiliati