Ive recently been schooled by a co worker who tees off with a five wood on every hole thats not a par 3. And since my three wood and I are finally getting a divorce, Ive been debating whether to add a 19 degree hybrid or a 5 wood. Your posts has got me thinking maybe Ill explore the 5 wood angle
We can't know from statements in public media how he actually feels, though.
I'd tend to agree with some golf writers who described him as 'poorly stage managed' (by his management team) with talking points and responses crafted to reduce chances of unflattering headlines. I think he could have kept it short and simple, but still been more real with that question. Something like, "I wish for the sake of my family I hadn't been a stupid, reckless kid." Then he could have closed the topic and segued into the Stanford thing with, "I also regret..."
I would tend to doubt he actually views missing 2 years at Stanford as his greatest regret since he describes his ex as one of his best friends now, but if so, he didn't learn a whole lot from the ordeal.
Like most bogey golfers, again, I went through a swing slump recently. My swing changed somehow and I started hitting very erratically. Moreover, I started heaving upper neck/back pain. I believe my bad swing is causing the pain. For weeks, I could not figure out what is going on. So, I went to video lessons and figured out that my hip & shoulder turns were out of sync. It took me another week to correct it but not until my HI went up to 15.9. I am in danger of becoming a 16+ HI golfer. Sigh.
Last time out. 52/41. Showed up early Saturday morning trying to get out as a single and the starter tells me there are five foursomes headed out starting in 10 minutes (what he doesn't tell me is that there is no one behind them). No warm up, just a few stretches, and went out while it was still a little dark with another single. Shot 6,6,6,6,6,9 on the first 6 holes. Thought about leaving the course and my clubs there at the tee box on the seventh but glad I didn't, once I kind of mentally wrote off the round I started actually playing decent golf, funny how that happens.