Thank you guys. I have probably seen the very best an very worst of golfers an people on the links. Best I have seen his is 66 with every hi fairway and every green Hit by some English pro and worst I have seen is German 50 handicapper who took 22 shots on first but didn’t go in burn lol which was more amazing. Met a lot of the pros. Rory McIlroy, Ernie Els and Brandon stone nicest pros I have met with Paul lawrie (even though he’s Scottish too) very arrogant and Jimenez (up himself too)
96, 47/49. Driver gone stone cold. Tried everything to get it right then realized my swing with irons were fine. So one the last two holes just used a long chipping stroke with the driver just to get off the tee box and on the fairway. And just like that my swing came back. I hate/love this game.
I like the modified stroke and distance rule for non-serious rounds. I think it's a good solution for a more valid score on the hole while not holding up people on a packed Saturday course with walking back.
After that the rule changes about the ball accidentally moving in the various situations they addressed. I mean, my home course wants golfers to treat the heavy rough as a lateral hazard for speed of play but if playing by the rules and looking for your ball , it was very easy to step on your ball in the tall prairie grass if looking. (I played another great course called Tobiano that wanted the heavy rough 2ith similar prairie grasses to be treated as a lateral hazard as well for quick play)
I also like the ball search time limit change.