Yes, for handicap purposes. What really hurts is the drop I took. As we were driving to the hole, I noticed some divots to the left of the green tee box, so I dropped there assuming that to be the drop area and thinned a 9i under the tree behind the green. When we drove to the green I see this white circle with a drop area sign behind the green that was nothing more than a long chip or really short pitch.
I assume that I would be playing from the chartreuse or taupe tees because I can only hit my driver 265 with a 30 mph tail wind! 😜 My shot zone is set up for a draw, so I would likely aim toward the back left bunker with driver and not try to carry the right side green. If the wind is slightly left to right and I execute, I would be in the area to the left of the green.
It'll come back. My first time out after the break I ended up picking up on three holes. The worst shot of the round was when i topped my mulligan. I did birdie the last hole after I figured out what was wrong. Just take some easy swings and make sure your swing tempo is alright and all the parts are moving in sequence. And by the way, the short game is the first to go. My next round was pretty much bogey golf except for two triples caused by some lousy short game work. There's just nowhere to practice around here right now so every round is a practice round
Did you watch? It's out there on yt at this point. I enjoyed puting it on for a while while getting some work done.
For some reason the commentators kept mentioning how "tough" it was going to be for the players to not have fans. Have no idea why. Even pro golfers play without fans all the time.
Callaway: Lookup 2015 BIG BERTHA iron set 5 - PW. Whatever you do, don't get a 4-iron... save yourself the trouble.
In your price range, in fact for less money, you could also get a brand new set of Wilson Staff D-200 irons - check out that retail site named after a jungle. As a matter of fact that is what I would wind up getting, Wilson Staff is a good brand.