If only there was a nearly 7000 post thread exploring these and other related issues.😯😉
But to answer your question, no there is no definition. Everyone decides for themselves. Mine is dominance. Tiger dominated golf for ten years to an extent and degree never before seen. While being a significant factor for long enough to be significantly ahead of Jack in PGA victories. I was a huge Jack fan in my earlier years and still am, although his jockeying to get and try to hold the goat designation have disappointed me.
For most Jack supporters their definition is simply 18>15.
Is there a definition of what makes one the greatest golfer? Is it how many majors one has won? How many total tournaments one has won? Or is it who would win most matches if the two played each other. Maybe it's the length of their career mixed with the quality of their successes? If Tiger and Jack went head to head in the primes of their careers, say 10 matches, I would probably pick Tiger to win more then Jack. jmo.
To her driver? She was always adjusting loft and draw bias so understandable she could have lost her head. An adjustable wrench or a Torx screwdriver and it goes back on easily.
(😁 Couldn't help myself) (Just discovered you can italicize emojis!) ⛳🍷
Shot 79 today, with 14 nGIR/GIR, 32 putts, and 1 penalty stroke. Low event round, nothing awful, and nothing exceptional.
Changes from my last lesson basically took my bad hook misses out of play, which really helped. I felt confident that I could aim and know that if I missed, it would be a playable right miss. I'm still working up to full speed with the change, so hit a little shorter than normal (about 1 club loss of distance) today, but my home course is narrow and position/accuracy are more important than length on most holes. The penalty stroke came on the one hole where a right miss is penal, and my tee shot, which was headed a bit right, took a hard first bounce further right, and rolled into a creek.
Made 4 up/down from nGIR, which was also helpful in scoring, including a nice one on the 18th hole, where I had about a 20 foot putt for par to break 80, and nailed it.