I know I am in the minority here but I hit better with a non adjustable drivers. In fact my best club is a Cobra S3 from years ago. Since then I have tried probably 4 or 5 adjustable drivers, went through the fitting process on trackman and the range and never hit them as well as I do with the S3. I sold all my adjustable drivers and just use the club I hit the best, the S3. Friends I play with all have adjustable drivers and they are always tinkering with the setting, they really don't see much of an improvement, if any at all. IMHO it is more about getting a proper swing down then it is moving a little weight around. My teaching pro can hit any driver you give him, at any setting and he'll hit it straight 280+. He tells me to stick with what works and forget all the hype (and by the way, his shop sells adjustable drivers). Hell, he is in business to make money like everyone else.
Having said that, if you like adjustable drivers more power to you.
Just under 2 hours when I play in the early morning, but I usually drop an extra ball or two on approach shots to the green when noone is coming up behind me. I always walk and carry my clubs for the extra calorie burn.
Oh, right! For some reason I've always had it in my head to put it on the ball line rather than the toe line.
Usually not too far away because I don't have as much room in my backyard as here at my gf's parents place.
Played OCN a couple of times. Panther Lake is in my opinion more fun and more challenging than crooked cat. Also consider playing El Campeon (best of the two courses on Mission inn) and The hills (best of the two courses on LPGA international). These three courses are in my opinion the best three to play in that area. Been there at least 10 times since 2008.