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I once heard a story of a kid in Florida who practiced his backswing (at the range, with a ball at his feet) for nearly three hours. Let me say that again with a little added emphasis: he practiced his backswing for nearly three hours. He didn't hit a single ball. Didn't even make a downswing. He recorded, used a mirror, checked his video, and made backswings for nearly 180 consecutive minutes. That's madness. The backswing is an important part of the golf swing. A lot of golfers get off track with the backswing, and then must undergo a series of compensations from there un
I was removing some Game Golf tags put on with silicone glue and came up with this solution... Use the high E string (the skinny one) from a guitar. My guitar was way over due for a string change so I just removed the high E string. With that and some leather garden gloves I was able to "garrote" around the edges of the tag and break the bond of the silicone glue. This worked well and was fast and easy.