It’s day 3 (counting arrival day as 1) here in Bullard, Texas, and man is it hot down here in Longhorn country.
Question: How does 100F or 37.8C feel when it’s humid?
Answer: A lot hotter than that…
The consultation continues, and although I will be hard pressed to update regularly due to the schedule, I have a little break here and want to share a picture with you all, that I just love.
The quote in the post title is what I was saying last evening during the consultation with Blake and his father.
We had gone out earlier in the day for a round of golf at Temecula Creek Inn, where I saw a display of power that left me shaking my head.
s the greatest ball-striker ever on the Byron Nelson i , though not many would know it or even remember his name as something other than the man for whom the PGA Tour golf swing machine is named. “Iron Byron”
I would ask anyone who says Byron Nelson
wasn’t the greatest swinger ever, why did they name the machine after him? had said once that Byron hit at least two flag-sticks every round he played. Tom Watson
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I haven’t been able to check out much of blog, though I know a few of my Members are very complimentary. Monte Scheinblum’s
First off, Monte is a teaching guy who has actually walked the walk
(Long Drive Champion), so looking at his swing, I can see he’s not just a guy who hits a long ball and can’t tell you how to do it.
He’s also a good enough golfer, besides being a swing powerhouse, to have qualified to play in a
event. PGA Tour