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With practice, you can make three movements at once
With practice, you can make three movements at once

While working with a clinic group a couple of weeks ago

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Museum features exhibits on evolution of golf equipment
The earliest golf balls, in about 1618, were made of leather and feathers, and were called "featheries." Ball makers, such as this one depicted in a vignette at the British Open Golf Museum in Scotland, could make only four or five balls a day. JEAN HARRI
Museum features exhibits on evolution of golf equipment

The evolution of golf equipment is quite fascinating to me.

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Competing or not, backstroke can be easier, more relaxing
Competing or not, backstroke can be easier, more relaxing

For a swimmer, stroking on the back should be easy because, with the face above water, there is no issue with breathing.

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Most under-practiced tennis shot: The service return
Most under-practiced tennis shot: The service return

So, you've practiced hitting thousands of forehands and backhands

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Get a kick out of swimming - but only sometimes
Get a kick out of swimming - but only sometimes

One of my readers has asked me why I downplay kicking so much, except for breaststroke.

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