Played a hungover round Sunday morning and shot 85 on 6800 yds 131 slope. Lots of dumb mistakes, more than a few duffs with irons, and two balls lost OB from the tee. Which is worse than usual but the weather was nice so I didn't mind.
Best hole was a 280 yd par four dogleg right. It is a reward hole after a tough par 3. Drive needs to carry 240 to clear bunkers. I drove a straight fade, cleared the bunkers, and was left with a 15 yard sand wedge to the front of the green. Ball was on a downhill lie and green is elevated 10-15 ft. The pin was at the very front of the green tucked behind a lip. My caddie (read: injured friend who can't play but wanted to ride along) and I picked a dark spot of grass on the lip and decided I should chip up, hit the spot, and let the ball release and roll down and left to the flag. The chip came off perfect, hit the intended spot, and rolled to the flag, nearly kissing the lip leaving me with an 8 inch birdie putt.
Still loving the 4 wood.