My bullshit alarm is ringing. He is obviously biased now after starting a business. He wants people to believe his healing worked so he can make money. He doesn’t want proof of it though.This story has been taking over golf twitter the past couple of days. It's about Morgan Hoffman, who played on Tour and was diagnosed with a form of muscular dystrophy in 2017. Doctors told him his condition would deteriorate over time and there wasn't anything he could do to stop it. He left the tour and searched around for original healing, eventually moving to a community in Costa Rica where he's changed his lifestyle and followed holistic and original healing/detoxifying methods. He has plans to build a healing center there.
He's currently planning a return to the Tour. According to the article, he has been working out and he says he's retaining/building muscle mass, strength and can flex his pectoral muscle again for the first time in years. The pectoral issue is what triggered him going to doctors which, after a long road, led to the muscular dystrophy diagnosis.
He seems to think he's been cured (this part of the story is wild, nuts and I won't spoil) and could probably find out via a MRI but he's reluctant to subject his body to the radiation from an MRI.
Fota Island Golf Club in Ireland has a similar type setup where there's a wildlife park next door so you'll all of a sudden hear an elephant make noise in the middle of your swing. Very unexpected given its Ireland.Watching the European women's event this morning from Kenya. it's quite the sight to see a golf tournament played while zebras and giraffes roam the course.
That's just usually @Spaulding Smails with a cigarFota Island Golf Club in Ireland has a similar type setup where there's a wildlife park next door so you'll all of a sudden hear an elephant make noise in the middle of your swing. Very unexpected given its Ireland.
I can't speak to tennis, but when it comes to golf, noise isn't the issue. It's unpredictable, intermittent noise that's an issue. If you're standing over a shot, and concentrating, and everything is quiet, and then right in your back swing, someone talks, or someone yells, or a foghorn goes off, or police sirens, or whatever, I know very few golfers, from the PGA Tour on down that can maintain their concentration.I tell you, this tournament is unreal. The crowd is absolutely bonkers. I think golf is better because of events like this.
And honestly, I know it's not the tradition either in golf or tennis, but the idea that you need to have everything quiet in order to play the game is nonsense (and I play both sports). In every other sport in the world basically, athletes concentrate just as hard when there are thousands of people going nuts. Golfers and tennis players could adapt. Could you imagine the US Open tennis tournament if they let the crowd go crazy all the time? It would be amazing.