Thank you for this response. What I had in mind would essentially be tournaments that are scored based on net scoring. For example, a double digit handicap golfer was declared "World Champ" at last years' Myrtle Beach WorldAM. That's why I went. I had a "realistic chance" of becoming world champ as a double digit handicap. That's what draws thousands upon thousands of people there every year.
However, there were flights with golfers with handicaps as low as scratch. Certain flights were gross scoring, other flights were net scoring.
The gentleman who won in 2018, "beat better golfers." To that end, the target market would be the overwhelming majority of golfers who post gross scores in the range of 85-95. These guys are already throwing $20 into skins games on Saturdays, why not throw the same $20 into a prize pool where X% are paid out?
I have a Titleist light-weight stand bag. But I usually only carry it from the car to the range. Otherwise I use a push cart when I play. The bag is light... the push cart is light... so that's good. Makes me nimble.
A fresh look at my swing with a new evolvr instructor. Here are the notes and focus for now. I’m looking forward to getting to work on this priority.
1) your lower center needs to slide a bit more from 4-6. I think that will be easier if you flare your left foot more.
2)from 4-6 I would like your lower center to fall forward and down on to your left foot. Left knee is going to track over the left foot if there is enough flare to the left foot.
Moving forward properly will make it easier to get the shaft inline with the lead arm at impact.
I like his last note as a reminder too, I needed this....
Keep it Simple, short, slow, specific and see success.