Work on: 1) accuracy with approach shots - i have way too many nGIRs, and need to tighten dispersal. My miss is slightly left or slightly right or slightly long or slightly short if I catch it a little heavy; 2) continue working with my driver to hit it straighter.
Those are where I will get maximum strokes gained next year. I have a heated range available unless it's too windy and rainy.
Well, it was certainly A dominant win. And consider that few players have had one dominant wins in majors, while off the top of my head I can think of 3 for Tiger - 97 Masters (12), 2000 US Open (15), and the 2000 British Open (8).
I'll be honest with you. Lie boards are not reliable for club fitting. They're better than nothing, but they're not reliable. I have a tendency to hook the ball, so they put me on a lie board and said I needed 3 degrees flatter (to 1 degree flat). I sent my clubs back to Cobra to have them bent 2 degrees to standard lie. Fed Ex lost my clubs. So I had a bad feeling and since Cobra had sent them to the wrong address, they sent me a new set and I asked for 1 degree upright. I also worked on swing plane this summer and changed my grip from strong to neutral. I moved the ball a little forward for other reasons. This opened the club face and presented it more "flat". I was hitting a very straight shot with the irons instead of a hook or even a draw.
You can't bend cast clubs more than 2 degrees, and if they're older than about a year they could snap. Even older forged clubs can snap. My recommendation is to get fit. If you want a really good fitting, go to Club Champion. It'll cost extra, but you'll have a proper fitting.