You all have google, so I won’t go into what the Council of Nicea was, but golf needs one of these badly.
I don’t expect everyone to agree on swing methodology, but the world of golf needs to create a common language.
You hear the term flip and it means different things to different people and the two main uses are COMPLETELY different movements/faults.
Tilt to some means bend at the waist (don’t get me started on the waist/hip socket debate), while to others it means bend away from the target.
Maintain spine angle, shoulder turn, level turn, full turn, square club face, inside out path…I haven’t even gotten into the uses of physiological terms that 90% of the people don’t understand, but don’t speak up as not to look stupid.
It all supinates the dorsal flexion of the right frontal lobe of the left undescended testicle.
The bad news for me is the gospel of Monte Scheinblum, will likely be omitted unless I became a class A before this meeting of the minds takes place. Some would say I am a class A of another kind.
The future of golf lies in the hands of my ability to grasp turf grass management, golf event planning, purchasing, fleet cart management, glad handing, ass kissing and a class I have no chance of understanding…intermediate golf instruction.
Why don’t they just add understanding women and toddlers to the curriculum? I really need help there and learning more about that would help me more as an instructor than some of that other stuff.
How many groups did I offend with today’s post? It’s only a matter of time before Martha Burke sets her sights on me, now that they have the token female members at Augusta.