the key i found out how to break 100 or 90 and even 80s is to play smart golf. sometimes on a 140y-150y 2nd shot instead of hitting my 9i and trying to get aggressive with it. i'll club up one and hit my 8i with a smooth easy swing. and the more calm i am with a bad hole the better i play. once you start to think about how bad your round is going, it won't get better. jus stay positive and try and not to rush your self around the course. if your wanting to stop making triple and double bogeys. you need to work on your putting and short game. spend 30mins to an hour or more on your putting and learning how to read your putts. learn how to make a smooth putting stroke and learn how to putt good lag putts on long putts. try and not hit those fancy shots that you have never worked on because it will jus hurt your scores. and if you really want to drop your scores, you need to start going to the range more and walk the course and play 130y-100y in and work on those second shot attempts. bunker game is very key also, learning how to hit the ball out of the bunker with spin also helps. if you can get your short game on point the long game is a whole lot easier to learn. and don't worry what the people behind you or the people your playing with are doing. you play on how you know how to play and don't let people tell you try something out new on the course. take their advice and try it on the range some other time.
2/23: An hour at the range, working on my assignment from instructor. Unable to execute this time (was hopeful), so will continue on with the home drills until I can pull it off. Feels like I'm close, but just need to get my act together on the range and not choke.