So if I'm going to sign up for the Miami Shores Club Championship, I got two days to do it.
Between the new home course, Covid and other assorted lame excuses, my rounds played are way off from normal. I've gotten out a few times and met some of the guys. Most of them have been very nice. But ... playing in this thing sounds a bit scary right now.
For one thing, I'm playing even worse that normal (as if normal wasn't bad enough). The driver has been removed from the bag now. I can keep 3W in play, but the GIRs aren't happening. Even worse, my short game has been spastic. Seemingly ok one moment and then turf-eating awful the next. If you told me two years ago that I'd play Miami Shores eight times and not break 90, I wouldn't have believed you.
The other thing is that this isn't the same three-flight club championship I had at Kittyhawk. There was a group of us high-capped hackers and we played amongst ourselves for best of the worst. Apparently, that doesn't happen at Miami Shores. In talking to the club pro, he said most guys who would be double digits don't even keep a handicap, let alone turn out for stuff like this.
So am I gutless if I don't play or am I being considerate?