Played in our club championship this past weekend. Shot 89 both days from silver tees. Not that great but an ok tournament score for me and better than I did last year. Played Tuesday and shot 83 off silver which was net 70, so 2 under my cap. Played combo's Wednesday and had my best round in years with an 80, net 65 and got my first eagle since relocating after retiring. Also got 3 birdies in the same round. Played again Friday and shot 84, net 72 with a couple of birdies. Leaving the driver out of the bag for the last few rounds has certainly helped in the penalty department. I recently replaced my 3W and the new shaft in it is so stable I feel I can trust it so much more. Have ordered a new driver shaft with a similar spec but slightly lighter than 3W shaft, so hopefully will be able to have a similar stability with the driver and a few extra yards in the fairway.
Find them quite tricky. Hit them like an iron or flatter like a wood? Also my G400 hybrid has no swing weight which helps swing speed but makes me nervous. Also it just dont have a good feeling to it. Proper Woods are so fun to hit.
noticed that myself, never seen him do that half takeback like JT before in his routine... then today at Wyndham, wasn't doing it. His fidgeting does seem to have gotten worse the last couple years, at least he's not grabbing the towel 10,000 times anymore 😂.
Curious what someone else with far more knowledge on the golf swing thinks though of the commentators remark today, I believe it was Trevor Immelman and Aaron Oberholser who both agreed that if he just switched to playing a cut off the tee, it would solve a lot of his issues.