I received some sad news today that a Wax Golf reader passed away at the end of May following a vehicle accident.
I only found out because Tony’s wife contacted me to remove him from the “E = MCS” update email list.
Tony was the reader who sent me the news that the Dan Plan was on hold due to Dan’s ongoing back injury issues, and we emailed back for forth on various issues, as many of you like to do.
The last time we conversed, he inquired about Moe’s Master Move, which is going to be in the the video, and he was again the reader to whom I referred in that posting.
Little did either of us know he only had weeks…
R.I.P., Tony. You will be missed.
I am pleased to say that I finally got a chance to shoot the tutorial portion of the upcoming “E = MCS” video today!
Despite the fact that there has been some sunshine in recent weeks, the days in which I had to shoot were primarily cloudy and/or rainy, and I needed a solid set of hours in which to shoot.
Today was that day – not a cloud in the sky, and I was at the range shooting video for three solid hours this morning into the afternoon.
Needless to say, I’m rather spent this afternoon, but I’ll be looking over what I recorded, and will likely be back at the golf academy tomorrow to make sure I have everything I need.
After that, I’ll be into the editing phase – so the critical aspect of this video – the actual tutorial portion – is all but complete, and will definitely be complete after tomorrow.
I’ll be editing by Friday, if not tomorrow, and the video should be finished and out to everyone who pre-ordered, sometime next week!
Thanks to everyone for your patience – the weather this spring and summer has been dismal, in terms of video recording light, and even the golf industry in these parts has taken a hammering with all of the rain days following a cold and wet spring.
Hopefully, we’re out of the woods in that regard, but I am ecstatic that, with everything I’ve been working on during the video delay, I was able to finally get the lion’s share finished.
Updates to follow, but we’re in the homestretch now!