Hole 1: Good driver, bladed a wedge that rolled 120 yards to 10 feet
Hole 2: Pull-hooked into a hazard, three-putt
Hole 3: Thin driver to forward tee, hybrid to my 3W, topped the ball so badly it went straight down into the ground (he had to dig it out with a tee), blade 3W next shot
Hole 4: Hybrid, wedge, par.
Hole 5: Hybrid, wedge into hazard over the back of the green.
Hole 6: Push that bounced onto green, two putts.
Hole 7: Pull-hook to shit on the left. Makes a 7 or 8 from there.
Hole 8: Pull-draw. "Figured out that he has to hit quickly after his practice swing" and pipes one. Plays that. Makes routine par with second ball.
Hole 9: Pull-hook into the crap. Has to pitch out.
Hole 10: Skipped for now.
Hole 11: Routine par.
Hole 12: Driver pulled into hazard. Third shot thinned into another hazard. Then played off a tree. Short of the green with the next shot.
Hole 13: Flare 30° right. Three chips to get back to the fairway.
Hole 14: Pull-draw to left bunker. Thins ball over green. Good pitch, putt for bogey.
I give up. At some point (I believe on hole 12), he tells me "I would be a scratch golfer if I could just have a good mental game."
I could not hold it in any more, and said "no, you wouldn't. C'mon. Be honest with yourself."