I realize I'm way late in this thread, but I saw 2 good guys - the ones without guns that put themselves in harms way to try and prevent an enraged old man with a gun from killing a younger man who (allegedly) stole his golf clubs at some point in the past. The dude that called the cops while right in the line of fire on top of the club stealer is the real hero here. Without that good guy with a cell phone who knows wtf would have happened.
It sure was, but that was when a strong pw was 48*. I don't think I would be comfortable today with an 8* gap in the wedge department. I certainly would feel ill prepared with a modern 46* pw and a 56*.
I've definitely had times where I got discouraged, and thought about not playing as much...or started to think that if I didn't "get better" soon, I'd just give up. I went an entire season several years ago without playing golf a single time.
I think what's helped a lot this season is that I really separate practice and play, and that I truly enjoy both. When I'm practicing, I don't think about how I'm working on things that will make my score better the next day (or week). Instead, I just enjoy the process of trying to do something technical and challenging, which yields concrete results. Then, when I play, I just enjoy being out on the course and making good shots (when they occur).
I think that separation has let me enjoy both practicing and playing more than I did before, and each in a different way. There are some mornings when I've planned on playing, but decided to just go to the range instead...not because I felt like I needed to "get to work" or "get better", but just because I was more in the mood for the experience of practicing.
If someone told me right now that I'd literally NEVER start scoring better (which may actually be true - haha), I'd still play golf...and, I'd still work on my swing.
93 MPH is hardly glacial; you're better than average for everyday golfers.
As @Club Rat said, get on Trackman and see which shafts work best. And there's other things to consider besides clubhead speed, such as tempo (do you have a quick, medium or slow transition from top?).