71 yesterday, still struggling with the driver, cost me some shots. Putter saved me a few times, made a couple birdie putts from 20-25ft. Put some time in today with the driver, hopefully got it worked out.
After reading over all the comments, it seems as if it is one of those situations where "the more you know, the more you know you don't know ", which seems to level out skill level to perceived skill level. Quite interesting.
I must be delusional. When I get home from a round I write down the what I think were the really good shots. I do that to off-set my memory of the bad ones. Pared down to full swings...the number isn't one or two...it's 8,9, 10,11, or so. Those are the shots that split the air and go like they were shot from a cannon. Most of them fly long...but are a sight to see. They feel effortless and the golf ball seems not to have weight. The sound is different and I wonder why I can't do that all the time. I accept that I do not...and that's how my game goes.