Fortunately my wife doesn't care how much I golf. We are both in our mid 30s. She doesn't play but loves tagging along and driving the cart. Shes there to drink a few cocktails, look for balls in the woods with a retriever and make fun of my game. We even went on a cruise to Bermuda this summer and let me play at Port Royal while she tagged along as well.
Im off weekends and she works 95% of weekends so those are wide open for me
Keep swinging in a simulator in the winter to stay consistent. That's a big if being I plow snow for the town and can be called into work at any second
My last round last week outside, back 9 hit 5 of 9 GIR. Amazing how much smoother a swing is when you're constantly playing. Im still a 18ish handicap, short game betrays me from time to time. Wish there was a better way in winter to improve the short game. I have an indoor putting mat and chipping net with soft balls, works good for ball striking I guess
Right now I have a set of One Length Cobra F8s. I really thought about getting the new Cobra LTDx One Lengths. The PW of the F8 is 44*. However the LTDx is 41.5*. The 5i of the F8 is 22.5*. The LTDx is 20.5*.
My question is, there will be a bigger gap between a new PW and my standard length 49* AW (yea a 44 to 49 is a solid gap as well but its pretty well gapped yardage wise). And my current 4h will basically be the same loft as a new 5i. Will it be a waste of time getting new irons without buying a complete new set of wedges. Or is technology so far advanced in the shafts that the lofts don't mean as much comparing new and old irons.