I've found in life (as a general rule-of-thumb guide), that if a choice is difficult because none of the options stands out as being the obvious best choice, then there might not be a wrong choice.
I can then relax: there might be relative benefits/drawbacks to any particular option, but I can't make a wrong decision, because there isn't one. YMMV.
Drop Zone - GOLF Podcast: How the coronavirus is changing golf’s future on Apple Podcasts
Show Drop Zone - GOLF Podcast, Ep How the coronavirus is changing golf’s future - May 27...
Go to 12:00 into the podcast for a brief Dayton thing.
I'm 70 years old, and I still play 18 holes, 6 days a week. Even on the 7th day, if I'm not happy with my game, I may go up to the driving range, or putting green to work on something. The toughest time I have is our Member/Guest Tournament. First day, 18 hole practice round. 2nd and 3rd days, 27 holes per day. By the last day, last 9, I'm just usually looking to get out of there and home. But, it gets better, if you win your flight, you get to play again on that last day in a playoff against the other winners of their flights.