Golf Swing Tip: Snag an Easy Golf Consistency Kickstart with “Aim-Align-Execute”

Symptom: Try as you might, golf consistency on the golf course is elusive. You hit great shots from time to time, but you also hit terrible shots, making you wonder if you have an evil twin that takes over your body and swings your golf club like a caveman attacking a bear… Overview:  For every golf shot, follow the three-phase “Aim-Align-Execute” method to improve your golf consistency.  Do it every time, no exceptions.  Even, and especially, at the driving range. Why it works:  All golf shots...
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TaylorMade Spider FCG Putter

TaylorMade has unveiled a new species of spider: the Spider FCG. While this mallet putter definitely shares some DNA with its Spider ancestors, the FCG may be better categorized as an evolutionary offshoot. You will recognize classic Spider characteristics such as multi-material construction and a True Roll insert. However, you’ll quickly discover that the Spider FCG is truly living on a different web. Putting Your Best Face Forward The most significant design change with the Spider FCG is i...
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McIlroy at a loss to explain major drought: "I can't really put my finger on it"

Collin Morikawa poses with the Wanamaker Trophy at TPC Harding Park. Photo by Darren Carroll/PGA of America) Rory McIlroy launched a staunch attack on Brooks Koepka’s macho mind games as he extended his major drought to six years in the PGA Championship in San Francisco.The Co Down man (31) made an eagle two, two birdies and two bogeys in closing a 68...
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Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence considered opting out for NFL

Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence, a Heisman favorite for the No. 1-ranked team, said he thought about sitting out the season because COVID-19.         [Author: Herald-Journal]
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Flyers Find Their Mojo in Round Robin

The NHL chose a unique format for the playoffs in its return to play, and so far it’s paid off in spades for the Philadelphia Flyers. The Flyers had the fourth-best record in the Eastern Conference when COVID-19 forced the league to pause in March. Now, after a round robin for seeding against the top three teams, they head into the real playoffs with the top seed, flipping places with the Boston Bruins. The one-off, round-robin format was nothing but good to the Flyers, who went unbeaten a...
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Whicker: Collin Morikawa brings the noise at a quiet PGA, takes his first major title

Collin Morikawa holds the Wanamaker Trophy after winning the PGA Championship golf tournament at TPC Harding Park Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020, in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel) Collin Morikawa checks his shot from the tress on the sixth hole during the final round of the PGA Championship golf tournament at TPC Harding Park Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020, in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Collin Morikawa watches his tee shot on the thir...
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Portland adds space for people on busy streets

Many streets in east Portland have high-stress corners with wide turning radii and narrow sidewalks adjacent to fast-moving traffic. (Photos: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) The third leg of the Portland transportation bureau’s pandemic-related Safe Streets Initiative aims to allocate more space to people on busy streets. Their aptly named Busy Streets program is creating new bus platforms, wider sidewalks and expanded corners. PBOT photo shows crews installing bus platform on SE Washington...
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Canucks News & Rumors: Toffoli, Benn, Juolevi & More

As the Vancouver Canucks get ready to face down the Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues starting Wednesday night, the team is collecting itself from a solid 3-1 series victory over the Minnesota Wild. Sadly for the Canucks, a number of potentially key players were injured during the series. However, on the plus side, the team advanced and seems to have developed some strong team chemistry. Could this team be a team of destiny? Related: Canucks News & Rumors: Pettersson, Hughes, Markstrom & M...
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$1 dispute over car purchase price sparks 2-year legal battle between auto dealership, Army soldier

Army Maj. Edward Kim has braved mortars, rockets and ambushes from insurgents on some of the bloodiest battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan. Now safely back on U.S. soil, Kim is fighting a different kind of war in a staid Los Angeles County courtroom. His enemy is Norm Reeves Honda Superstore in Cerritos, a massive auto dealership that, according to the federal government, has a history of deceptive advertising practices. At the heart of competing lawsuits between Norm Reeves and Kim is a disput...
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From IT Certificate completers to Googlers

Like many success stories, our journey to create the Google IT Support Certificatewas inspired by a challenge: We had issues finding qualified candidates to fill our own IT support team. We developed the Google IT Support Certificate (IT Cert for short), which requires no experience or degree, and helps prepare people for entry-level jobs in IT support in three to six months. In addition to helping us fill roles at Google, we created a hiring consortiumof over 50 national employers, including co...
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tamberella: The story arcs of Avatar: The Last Airbender pt...

tamberella: The story arcs of Avatar: The Last Airbender pt IOriginal Art by Devin Elle Kurtz (me) Twitter | Instagram
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Malahide ace O'Neill sets the pace in Irish Boys at Thurles

Gavin O'Neill (Malahide) driving at the 17th tee in the first round of the 2020 Irish Boys Under 18 Amateur Close Championship at Thurles Golf Club today (10/08/2020). Picture by Pat Cashman Malahide's Gavin O'Neill birdied two of his last three holes to card a three-under 69 to take a one-stroke lead after the opening round of the Irish Boys Champion...
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Week Ahead

Monday: Players will train from 3:00-5:30pm in the Glendale stadium. Tuesday – Thursday: JV will train from 3:00-4:30pm; Varsity from 3:30-5:30pm. Friday: Team pictures. Players are asked to bring their own water supply to ever training session. The boys will have their temperature checked upon entering the stadium and will need to wearing a mask as well when we are not training.
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Collin Morikawa of La Canada wins PGA Championship for first major title

Collin Morikawa hits from the fairway on the second hole during the final round of the PGA Championship golf tournament at TPC Harding Park Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020, in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu) Collin Morikawa checks his shot from the tress on the sixth hole during the final round of the PGA Championship golf tournament at TPC Harding Park Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020, in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Collin Morikawa watches his...
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Sharvin 10 back as Sullivan eyes end to five-year drought

England’s Andy Sullivan. Picture: Getty Images Cormac Sharvin’s hopes of challenging for his maiden European Tour win evaporated with a disappointing back nine in the third round of the English Championship.On the fringes of contention after following an opening 63 with a 70, he surged back into the mix when he birdied the first, second and seventh, t...
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NFL training camp power rankings: Steelers, Cowboys trending in right direction

As NFL training camps continue, here is the latest power rankings. Which teams are trending in the right (or wrong) directions?         [Author: USA TODAY]
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LA County sees hope in the coronavirus trends, but grim milestone looms

Declines in the average number of coronavirus deaths, cases and hospitalizations had local public health leaders “cautiously optimistic” on Monday, Aug. 10, despite taking a step closer to the county’s 5,000th COVID-19 death. That toll hit 4,996 on Monday — with19 more lives taken by the relentless illness that L.A. County Barbara Ferrer said preys on not only the young and old, but can spread deceptively via asymptomatic people, she added. The report did not include updated numbers for Long Bea...
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Nike “Black x Chile Red” Pack Released

Nike has dropped their latest darkness inspired pack with a twist, introducing the bold new Black x Chile Red Pack. Sticking with the theme of having stealth style releases available for players to choose from, Nike has added the twist of Chile Red detailing. It creates an ember like effect, ready to burn across the pitch and through opposition players! One of the highlights in this pack is the third colorway to be released in the Phantom GT series. For a boot that was introduced less than a we...
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Canucks’ Youth and Experience Combine For Series Win

After four long seasons of futility, the Vancouver Canucks are finally back in the Stanley Cup playoffs. You can thank Quinn Hughes and Chris Tanev for that. They weren’t the only reason for the team’s success in the qualifying round against the Minnesota Wild, but they were a huge part of it. Hughes was dynamic and of course mature beyond his years as he led the entire team in scoring with six points, which included his first-ever postseason goal. He just continues to amaze, night in and night ...
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Cornavirus state tracker: Hospitalizations in California continue to decline, U.S. tops 5 million cases as of Aug. 9

California reported 107 fewer hospitalizations, 6,849 Sunday, marking the fifth day straight that hospitalizations have been down. The state had 3,642 new cases and 69 new deaths, bringing the total cases to 557,690 and deaths to 10,370, according to unofficial counts from county websites on Sunday. The U.S. surpassed 5 million coronavirus cases with a total of 5,022,187 cases and world cases are nearing 20 million with 19,705,715 total cases as of Sunday. The state’s breakdown of cases by age...
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Flyers’ Aube-Kubel Earned Round-Robin Game Success

There was a trend throughout the three round-robin games for the Philadelphia Flyers. There was always at least one player who had a standout performance and was the difference-maker in the Flyers getting the victory. Michael Raffl shined bright offensively in the first game against the Boston Bruins, Scott Laughton had a breakout of his own against the Washington Capitals in Game 2, and Nicolas Aube-Kubel had his time to shine, playing a crucial role as Philadelphia claimed the number one seed ...
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After 5 years apart, Arleta man reunited with his long-lost bulldog

After five years Nestor Flores, of Arleta, reunites with his Bulldog Leela at East Valley Animal Services Center in Van Nuys on Monday, August 10, 2020 after receiving a call that his chipped dog had been found wandering the streets of Sylmar. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) After five years without THAT face in his life, Arleta resident Nestor Flores was reunited with his Bulldog, Leela, at the East Valley Animal Services Center in Van Nuys on Monday, Aug. 10. Flore...
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Sabres to Reveal New Uniforms as Part of Jersey Reveal Week

After a long wait, the Buffalo Sabres will finally reveal their new royal blue and gold uniforms tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. EST. This will mark the return of their royal blue, gold, and white colour scheme previously worn by the team for more than two decades. The uniform reveal is part of the Sabres’ Jersey Reveal Week running from Monday, Aug. 10 to Friday, Aug. 14 with “giveaways, exclusive content, and community initiatives.” The original royal blue Sabres uniforms worn from 1970 to 1977 (I...
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Canadiens vs. Flyers Playoff Series: How Do They Match Up?

The surprising Montreal Canadiens will face the Philadelphia Flyers, in the first round of the playoffs. These two teams have a rich playoff history against each other, going all the way back to the 1970s. Charts created using Versus from Much like my previous match-up article with the Pittsburgh Penguins, I will mark a win for the team with the advantage in each category of offense, defense, goaltending, power play (PP), and penalty kill (PK), and because its a best o...
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lastnightsglitter: being as in love with you as i am

lastnightsglitter: being as in love with you as i am
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San Jose Sharks’ Free Agent Targets

When the NHL free agency period begins on Oct. 9 at 9 a.m. PST, San Jose Sharks’ general manager Doug Wilson will have around $14 million in cap room to spend in free agency, looking to turn the Sharks around from one of their worst seasons in team history. To Wilson’s credit, he’s already done that once, signing players such as Paul Martin and Joel Ward in the 2015 offseason, who contributed to the Sharks’ incredible run to the Stanley Cup Final in 2015-16. I’ll be taking a look at what the Sha...
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Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Jatavis Brown abruptly retires at 26

Eagles linebacker Jatavis Brown retired after four NFL seasons. He had just signed with the Eagles in March and was expected to be in mix to start.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Skiing Fast Is All That Matters, Age Is No Issue

This article was made possible through the generous support of . At 19, junior prodigy Helene Marie Fossesholm, has already challenged the established World Cup elite time and time again, and proven that age is just a number. “When you step up to the start line in a World Cup event, it doesn’t matter how old you are. What matters is getting to the finish line in the shortest amount of time,” says Helene Marie Fossesholm (NOR). After two years on the Norwegian junior national team, the 19-year...
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