...and I am of the opinion that players with better mechanics in general take less time to get "back in stroke" after a hiatus. Hopefully that works for Danny at Buffalo's, because he is a great young asset to the game in my opinion.in my opinion, he had or still has one of the smoothest strokes in the game.
I wonder if that might depend upon whether the superior mechanics had been developed/learned, or came naturally. I think it might be possible for the naturals to get sharp again faster because of the advantage of just thinking "ball -- pocket." Touch for speed might need extra time, but on the other hand, show me a guy who is really good pitching a coin to a line, and I'll take him in just about any kind of "touch" contest....and I am of the opinion that players with better mechanics in general take less time to get "back in stroke" after a hiatus.
Warming up for the $200 Senior Tournament with a little dust-off-the-cobwebs for $2000 at Buffaloes.I think he did take a 3-4 year taste of retirement. I’m thinking he’s warming up for the Senior tournament
Thanks Whitey! Yes, I have been planning to put Buff's up there for sure and was waiting until it got a little closer but I will get it up there today at some point, thanks for the reminder! The software takes the latest 5 (or whatever number I enter) news articles and rotates them on that slider image with quick links to the right to go to a different slide. If you scroll down further it lists them again. Also if you click on the NEWS menu link, you can see all news from the beginning of the site. I plan on doing some website updates with a new layout when I get some free time, hopefully soon!Cincy KId,
I like what you are now doing with the home page, thanks, it is really appreciated.
I was wondering if the US Open article could now be made into a blue highlighted sticky on the home page.
To be replaced by Buffalo's flyer of their upcoming event, on the home page.
thanks for all you do!