Coming soon...this 3/2 property has a huge family room perfect for entertaining | It also backs up to a beautiful golf course in Rancho Cucamonga | listed by @therealjerz of #executiverealtyandinvestments
"After the War the game took a totally wrong turn in a sense. I’m not against the Donald Trumps of this world and the $500k entry fees if that’s what you want. But in the context of all of that, the game lost its focus on the ordinary golfer and the access to the game. In the golden age of the 20’s the municipalities recognized the value of building golf courses and their values for recreation. Somehow that got lost in the shuffle." ~ Frank "Sandy" Tatum (1920-2017) in 2008
Maybe a few more from Milwaukee CC, because it's THAT good. The only real change in the last handful of years to the dogleg left 11th is the forest to the left that was cut down. The only tree remaining is the single spruce you see in this pic. Three ways to play this hole, layup down the left and have a short iron in, play down the right for a slightly longer shot but clear view of the green and it's wicked false front, or take it over everything and have a little chip from in front of the green. One other thing I love about the green surrounds is the way the collection area long and left flows right into the 12th tee. Special place that I'll go back to any chance I get. #golf#golfnerd#whyilovethisgame#milwaukee#wisconsin#golfcourse
JUST LISTED ⛳️ This one is right on the Golf Course! 3bed/2bath with almost 1600 s.f. living area. This home features a large living room with wet bar 🍷 & vaulted ceilings and is open to the dining area. The kitchen overlooks the back yard/golf course. The master bedroom has a walk in closet & vaulted ceiling. There is a vinyl window enclosed lanai measuring 24x13 that expands your Florida style living space. Off the enclosed lanai is a 24x13 screen patio, perfect for grilling & chilling! 👉Get more photos & info:
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TEST FOR GOLF POWER VOLUME 1:
As mentioned in a previous video, chop power is one of the major 4 power sources. Chop power is made up of a diagonal push and pull motion.
To test what kind of power you have in your push and pull muscles, grab a medicine ball that is roughly 5% of your bodyweight (ex. 200 pound person would use a 10 pound medball) and perform a sit up and throw and a medball chest pass. If your tests are over 20 feet for males, and 16 feet for females, you are above PGA and LPGA tour norms. Nice work!
If you're below in any of those throws, then you have a power deficiency.
Power is a combination of both strength and speed, so we now need to find out if it is a strength or a speed issue. To test strength, we can use the standing cable row to test pull strength and a standing cable press to test push strength.
If you're pulling more than 30% of your bodyweight on both arms in the cable row, and pushing more than 25% in the press, you're lacking speed. If you're below those percentages, you're lacking strength (or possibly both)
If you have any questions about strength and power testing or training, please send me a DM.