Are you the type of sports fan who gets tired from jumping on and off the bandwagon. Do you shift your allegiance from one team to another depending on who is playing well at the time. I ask this question for a friend 😉 All joking aside, this is a favourite sport of many armchair athletes because the have a compulsion to be on the winning side. I have never felt that way, but from time to time will adjust the size of my cheerleading circle as I lose interest in the success of a player. I consider it an evolution in my support that happens slowly. How about you?Continue reading
Part of any golfer’s off-season training program includes jumping on and off golf’s bandwagon. That 2 or 3 foot jump in the air builds muscles, dexterity, and coordinated movements needed to a great golf swing. The only hazard to this exercise is falling short on the jump and driving your body into the lip of the bed of the wagon. It smarts like heck, but most avid players shake it off and continue with their training.
Personally, I have never been a fan of jumping on and off the bandwagon. I find it generally creates discourse in my attitude towards the game. One week cheering for a player, then the next week saying that you say their demise coming seems a bit fishy to me. However, this is a favorite sport of the golf media and I am not convinced it achieves the goal they expect. Continue reading