From The Gallery – February 28, 2020 – Page 3

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If you haven’t noticed, ya girl has been on 5 planes in the past week and in 7 different cities in the past 2 weeks ? and with all of these different viruses going around while I’m traveling to tournaments, I’m doing everything I can to stay healthy. A sick week for me could mean poor performance in a tournament, and I have to do everything I can to avoid that! Control the controllables, as they say, right? Here’s how I travel to avoid getting sick (it’s working well so far!??) 1. Use hand sanitizer every 30 minutes. I also offer it to the people around me, and no one has said no yet ? 2. Wipe down your water bottle lid, tray table, seat, the back of the seat in front of you, and the packaging of any snacks you have during the flight with antibacterial wipes. Sounds like overkill, but they don’t sanitize that area between flights soooo EW. 3. Find an immune booster supplement (I take @allera_health every day) to strengthen your immune system and help your body fight off the bad guys once they get into your system! 4. Don’t touch your face, mouth, lips, eyes, whatever. Even if you don’t think you do, you do. That’s the quickest way to get bad germs into your system, other than like, licking a doorknob or something. And don’t do that either ? What are your favorite tips to stay healthy on the run? Share them with me below! | AD

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Here’s a post showing the evolution of my swing last year from the first televised event in April, the Ak-Chin Smash in the Sun, through to the final event of the year in September, the World Championship. Something @bobbypeterson8227 and I have learned is that the golf swing, especially the long drive swing, is dynamic and constantly changing. We don’t try to fight this. Instead we set up my swing early in the year to be a slightly abbreviated version of its final form. That way, as we continue to train and hit more and more, the swing naturally evolves right into the final form we want. The first swing had all the mechanics of the second swing, with the only difference being the positions weren’t quite maxed out yet, but as the season wore on the swing slowly evolved until it was at its final form in the second video ????

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While now sponsored by a medical product that requires defecating in a box, the Champions Tour stop this week in Tucson has maintained one of the great traditions of the former Tucson Open: the conquistadores helmet trophy. Shown here are Steve Stricker and Woody Austin (hits all the shots) with the Champions Tour version, and bucket boy Kirk Triplett, Geoff Ogilvy, and Phil Mickelson with the former PGA Tour version. Mickelson won the event three times, including that famous 1991 victory as an amateur and junior at ASU. Phil cut himself while trying to put the helmet on in 1991 and then never tried again in his two subsequent victories. It’s the last amateur victory on the PGA Tour.

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Can’t wait to hang this up! ?

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