I have returned from the other side, the other side being a very unpleasant dental infection that stopped my production of “MCS – Perfect Pivot“ dead in its tracks last weekend.
While I expected to miss a couple of days (or so) dealing with the actual infection and pain, I wasn’t prepared for the effects that the week-long antibiotic regime would bring, those being a complete lack of energy and total mental torpidity.
Thanks to KidCharlemagne for sending the quote from the book.
Jack Nicklaus is the greatest player of all time on the PGA Tour, although some would claim that title should go to Tiger Woods.
I say, “Balderdash,” and for reasons I’ve outlined before. The first of which being, the greatest player of all time doesn’t cripple himself swinging a 13 oz golf club, a statement with which I’m sure most would agree.
Probably to the eventual wreck that brings about her retirement and the unthinkable label of “under-achieving” or “disappointing,” this with a major victory on her resume.
Tragically, it’s hubris that is Michelle Wie’s downfall – I can draw a parallel to another superstar’s seeming inability to figure out that what they were doing – wasn’t working… and that would be one Tiger Woods.
I don’t know about you all, but a root canal is not the most pleasant experience to be had.
I think I’ll be having another go, as a tooth I had treated in 2008 developed some tenderness a couple of days ago, which expanded quickly into the familiar “hear we go” ache of infection yesterday, and which is now an eye-watering, can’t-chew-my-food event.
I’ve been taking care of some odds and ends while getting some mental rest from video production, and I had completely forgotten in my focus to post the preliminary part of the upcoming video as I have with previous videos.
The work continues! This is just the intro to “MCS – Perfect Pivot,” which serves more to illuminate those just joining the part on exactly what the deal is with the MCS Golf Swing theory.
I’m having to take a mental break from video production, and will likely just go hit some balls and work on my adjusted address a little more.
I found this video of Ben Hogan on Youtube while looking for another Hogan clip, but I want you to all look at Hogan’s swing even in the ’70’s, where you will notice what no one else seems to have seen before the Wax Golf “Ben Hogan Project.”