Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Note to Republican Party:
Avoid the Corners and Laylines- It is important to stay away from the ends of the course or put yourself into a position where you have eliminated your tactical/strategic alternatives. By putting yourself onto the layline early or by shooting into the corner of the course you will not be able to play windshifts. Furthermore, when on a layline early you will lose in both headers and lifts. Also other competitors might wish to come over and tack on your wind, pushing you farther back in the race.
Posted by Richard Hokin at 7:29 AM