A day without practice is a day without progress

In conclusion, my friends, fill your minds with those things that are good and that deserve praise: things that are true, noble, right, pure, lovely, and honorable.

(Philippians 4:8) Good News Translation

If the world is going to hell should we (that’s me and the Holy spirit (my imaginary friend (sent by my magical sky daddy))) really be spending our time playing golf?

Look at it this way: the world is going to hell regardless of how stressed out we are. So forget the stress and think about things that are true, noble, right, pure, lovely, and honorable. Like golf.

We’re going to use golf to test a theory of gravitation. It’s part of a unified theory of everything which includes consciousness. It was deduced from the Holy Bible. It could be called gravitational golf, but our working title is The Salem Glen Golf Technique.

as someone has said,
‘In him we live and move and exist.’
It is as some of your poets have said,
‘We too are his children.’

(Acts 17:28) Good News Translation

We’re not trying to control or manipulate elemental forces, but we’re going to acknowledge that they’re there. We’re going to acknowledge the one who has the power to control or manipulate them: God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, in whom we have our life and being.

The Salem Experimental Golf Technique

Work in progress

  1. Testing Gravitation
  2. Joy, Prayer and Communion
  3. The Ball
    • Mind, Ball, Pin Triangulation
    • M.A.G.I.C.
  4. The Stance
    • A Loose Free Dead-neutral Stance
    • Constant Eye-to-ball Radius
  5. The Swing
    • F=MA
      • Early Boost: Shoulder or Neck Bounce
      • Late Boost: Hip Twist Sine Wave
  6. The Warnings Come After the Spells

This life and work have been made possible
by the grace and favor of the LORD Jesus Christ.