I have been thinking of this for a bit now and it happened to me yesterday, where I hit only 2 of 4 par-5s in regulation. I am not sure what a realistic expectation for me should be. I feel I should be able to make routine pars on these, or at least routine GIRs. I try (I am not always successful, but I generally try) to not go for a pin from outside of 80 yards, focusing instead on getting on the green. But even with that, maybe I should think more about what a realistic expectation for me on a par-5 is.
I am always happy with a GIR. Yesterday I hit 6 GIR, I don't think I was inside 25 feet on any of them, and I played those six holes in a total of +1. I think that's a pretty good outcome for 6 GIRs, especially since I didn't make any of the birdie putts (which, again, were all low probability anyway).
I saw that, I wish it was more tailored towards older teens than kids. It might be more as a cartoon style over an anime style. I will probably check it out.
FFIX is my 2nd favorite FF games I have played.
4. FFVII Remake
I just like FFXII for the combat system, and the characters. I think it is overlooked in the FF series. It wasn't ground breaking, but just very good. I enjoyed playing that series the most.
This is in the definitions in the Rules, and its Nearest Point of Complete Relief. Your second paragraph is reasonably accurate, although you should generally look at COMPLETE relief to either side of the path, and determine which potential Reference point is closer to the original position of the ball.. Diagram 16.1a shows this pretty clearly.
The underlined portion of your post is generally wrong
So I’m trying to find the definition but nowhere does it state if that’s measuring where the ball will be dropped or where the stance is.
I always assumed that it is the ball position that is measured. So let’s say there is a cart path running down the center of the fairway directly at the flag. That would mean that if the ball in on the left ~ 2/3s of the path the ball would be dropped left for a rigthy and if it’s on the right 1/3rd on the right side.
Because I have been told that you basically always look for the middle of the path and then drop on whatever side the ball is on. And for really narrow obstructions like ground under repair it would almost always be on the left side of it (or behind) and almost never on the right?