I turn 59 this year.
Pretty similar. 230 driver carry, 185 4-hybrid, 155 7-iron, 120 PW.
None of which means anything to the OP. I know guys that are older and hit it 2 clubs further, and those who are quite a bit younger and can't hit it out of their own shadow.
There are many instances of great entertainers who "fall from grace", crossing legal and/or moral boundaries. It's interesting to look at our reactions when they do.
One that comes to mind for me is Woody Allen. A brilliant director and comedian (IMO), who married his girlfriend's daughter, whom he had helped raise.
While I was disgusted by the act, I still defended him as an entertainer. I still love (some of) his movies, and feel I can separate the man from his art.
I guess I have the same reaction to this incident. Woods is clearly not acting in a way most of us would want our friends and family to behave. We are watching a classic, albeit slow motion, fall from grace.
Like Woody, Woods is well past his prime. Still, we can celebrate his golf and accomplishments while disparaging his behavior. I think I can separate the man from his art.
It's not a bad drill. This is the "palmar flexion" of the left wrist, or "turning 12 o'clock on the grip to 9 o'clock" stuff we talk about.
As you can see there, it really exaggerates the shaft lean part.
I don't agree that it's the "body" that squares it back up. It's just rotating the forearms/wrists back to square.