So May of last year I was a ~17 hcp, went to Ireland to visit a friend and we played 4 days, 4 different courses and I actually shot 96/96/96/96. It was a very frustrating experience, I struggled so much with inconsistencies and decided to overhaul my swing when I came back home. June 10th 2019 I started that process. Last sunday I shot my personal best 74 and my current handicap is 5.4. I think I still have a lot to improve on my swing, but want to share some things that were REALLY helpful in improving my score this past year:
Once the primaries are over, the candidates tend to become more moderate in order to attract undecided voters. What are some key issues in 2020 that Democrats and Republicans need to focus on in order to attract swing voters? What are some ways the candidates can alienate swing voters?
This story happened years ago so I don’t remember the exact quotes.
Anyways, lets get this story started!
My freshman year of high school was about to end. It was the last week and the school had this thing where you just go around and do different “fun” activities. Me and my friend were walking around and realize all the kids were walking right past the security guard and leaving the school. We decided to do the same since they already took our attendance. After we left, we decided to go the park and hang out for a bit. We decided that the swings was the best place to sit and chat.
Here come the EM!
After about 10-15 minutes, Karen decided to walk up to us and yell at us about how the swings were “meant for the kids only!” Now i like to make it clear that we were the only ones at the park and Karen did NOT have any kids with her. (If there were kids at the park, we wouldn’t have been there in the first place.) So basically, she decided that she had to stop everything she was doin... keep reading on reddit ➡
"Your shield management as Rein could have been better". That is a common advice people tell Rein players who are trying to improve. But the problem is what does "shield management" actually mean?
IMO its actually a pretty in depth set of techniques that Rein players can learn, and in my video here I only show a bit of my own techniques that I use against close range enemies.
Take note my tank SR is only in the gold level, so my technique might not be applicable to higher levels of play.
I did a little technique guide on how I try to manage Rein shield, especially against close range enemies such as Reins, Reapers, Meis
- I tilt my shield towards the ground to get a better birds eye view of where the enemy is trying to get past my shield
- then I turn my shield's angles and keep jumping, walking backwards to block it
- I also use a single hammer swing as a spacing tool to boop my... keep reading on reddit ➡
Who are the guys that make hitting the crap out of the ball look easy?
Challenge: No Ken Griffey Jr. Also, bonus points for videos.
My vote is Robinson Cano: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tcwm_LrA1wo