1. Single digit handicap. (Technically, I achieved this in 2014, but my three best rounds are about to disappear. ...and my single digit handicap along with them.)
2. Get fit into irons. (I got fit into a putter in 2014. Love it!)
3. Play over 51 rounds for the year. (I *almost* play weekly golf.)
4. Improve my driving to the point where I hit 50% of the fairways. (I am usually close to the fairway, but I only hit about 25%.)
5. Have fun.
Yankee,but you must WALK - none of this 'cart' stuff.
Pay the extra $150 for the nicer range.
20 min of extra drive time, but you've got more variety, you'll be healthier because you're walking, and if you don't have much time you have a better range and more sets of 9 holes to choose from. Win, win, win.
My first good (for me) score this month.
Air temp right around 40. Sunny and 10-15 mph wind. ...and almost no one out -- so I finished (without rushing) in 2:14!
That's about as good as it gets (without breaking 80, anyway...).
I'd like to get back to a single digit.
...technically, I'm still a single digit, but I haven't been able to score under 85 in my past four rounds, and my four lowest scores from summer are coming up, so I expect to be a 12 by the end of January...
(To be honest, I would actually be happy with 50% fairways hit and better ball striking with my 6i and lower.)