AFter many years of playing I have concluded the driver is the most forgiving club, if you hit it right. My problem was a slice, no matter what I did. Until I saw this video about keeping the club head behind you.. Slice solved. Hope it helps.
Found a pretty cool iron cover today on the course. Got me thinking I could get a really kitchy set for my irons and wedges. This might be a cry for help. Very confused right now, welcoming replies to talk me down from the cliff.
Shot 81 (38/43) today, 15 nGIR/GIR (only 4 GIR), and no penalty strokes.
Played with a 3/4 swing feeling as I work to integrate grip change, and clubbed up on every approach shot to account for the distance loss.
Had quite a few bad short game shots, short and long variety. Several thinned pitches over the green, and also several pitches where I struck the ball okay, but misjudged the speed and landed the ball way too short (like in the rough before the fringe short).
Strokes gained was positive everywhere except short game.
A lot of it comes from real estate. They own a number of individual properties that seem to generate income as well as large tracts of commercial property. Own is actually a loose word. From my understanding, decades ago much of the properties that the royals owned were given back to the government. In exchange they receive a percentage of the profits for their operating costs and then the rest goes to the government.
Is there sort of precedence in rulings like in law? Since this ruling happened, does it influence what future ruling officials do or is it more a case by case individual thing? So let's say the same exact thing happens in the next Korn Ferry tour event. Pretty much depends on who the official is?