Played an executive course (4500 yards) that is the second course at a place in Tyler I like to play at. Thought with the shorter holes, I'd shoot better. Not the case. Shot a 100 on a Par 68 and the place really highlighted what's the biggest flaw in my game: 50 yards and in. Hit my driver decent and my irons really well, but time after time would duff chips or blade them and shoot it all the way across the green. Also had 39 putts which is just not good at all.
A short Par 4 (about 260 yards) epitomized the whole day. Hit the best 4 iron I've ever struck (220 yards, gps measured) but took two chips to get on the green then two-putted for a bogey. Awful.
The positive I'm taking is that if I can sure up my short game the scores should start to lower. Even without being able to play all that often, I feel like I'm in a good place with my swing. Now it's just a matter of fixing the rest of it.