I've noticed that a lot of times when someone posts a video of their swing, and they have a relatively low handicap, i.e. anything under a 10 or so, there are almost always some comments suggesting the person's swing isn't good enough to have a handicap that low.
There are certainly people out there with vanity handicaps, but you really don't need to have a particularly good swing to become a single-digit handicap. You don't need to hit the ball particularly far - 230 off the tee is more than enough. You primarily just need enough consistency to be able to keep the ball in play and avoid hazards / penalty strokes, and not waste shots duffing the ball. This sets you up to have a reasonable chance to get on the green in regulation on just about every hole. If you're able to get on the green in regulation just 1/3 of the time, and you are able to get up and down 1/3 of the times you miss the green, you're going to end up with a single digit handicap, unless you're a really bad putter.
I feel like teachers definitely made this up to scare us? One teacher even told us that a kid’s front teeth went through their lip...
As we know, the Georgia race is incredibly tight right now with one Democrat pulling ahead by 7 points (with a 5 point margin of error...) while the other is deadlocked. The state is historically red and it's not unlikely that Biden's administration may have to contend with a red Senate throughout its first two years (at least). As such, they'll have to work with them if anything is to be passed.
John McCain is a fine example of a senator willing to put country before party and cross the line on occasion (see the ACA vote), and Mitt Romney has done so more recently with the impeachment proceedings. However with one dead and the other no longer dealing with a personal contention with Trump, these are not necessarily the reliable good faith voters of the Biden presidency.
Assuming the Senate goes the way of the GOP, which red names are worth keeping an eye on as possible moderates to compromise with Dems to get things passed?