So many to choose from, but the two that stuck / stick with me:
Early in my golf career I shot 90 on the nose seven times before I broke it. On the fifth of these rounds, I was +12 after 14 holes so I had seven shots over par on the last four holes to shoot 89. Two good shots on the par 5 #15, feeling great, fubarred the approach into a triple, then went double, double, bogey to shoot 90 again. The most painful part was this was the last round of the season so I had to think about it in agony for six months before playing again.
I have twice birdied the 17th hole to go -1 under par. The first time the 18th hole was the hardest on the course (and it had my number), so I was happy to make bogey and shoot par for the first time. The second time the 18th was the easiest hole on the course and I totally messed it up to shoot even par again. Obviously I have yet to break par.
As @Vinsk says, with 110 mph as a starting point with poor technique, you've got a natural skill that will be of great benefit down the road. When I started taking lessons, with poor technique my driver swing speed was 95-98 mph, and after close to 2 years of lessons/practice, I'm up to around 108-110 mph, so you may see your speed increase as technique improves.
When this summers all said and done I'll have a killer 9 to 3 50 degree slight pull shot in the bag. Went to range again today put a couple headcovers by the ball to hopefully help me swing so my ball starts a little right of the target to little success. Cant seem to get the shaft to shallow slight like my coach wants. It's tough hitting 50 to 60 percent 9 to 3 shots with a whole bucket but I'm hoping it pays off!
I get the difficulty. I Golf, bat, throw, bowl, skip stones left handed...but I write, played tennis/ping pong, and throw a frisbee right handed.
You being able to generate 110mph is great. You’ll get the under better control and maybe even increase the speed. But if you can make proper contact with 110mph you’ll be absolutely fine.