Using only my home course over the years, I have No Albatross's, Eagled all par 5's, Eagled 3 times on par 3' (2 on same hole)
Eagled 4 different par 4's (12 times on my home hole #7) and all holes have been Birdied. (30 under par)
My chances of making an Albatross are slim, none and none, until I reach the ripe old age when I may play it forward...
Those Mizuno's are good sticks and can easily be modified to what you need most likely. Length and grip size will not change unless you decide down the road to go off book because of arthritis or injury etc. Swing speed will in theory go up with better technique and practice but usually not so much that you would need to totally change flexes. Lie angle might change but can always be adjusted. Mizuno's can usually be bent easily so you can adjust as needed.
As much as I enjoy watching college sports (football and hockey specifically), it ought to be clear that the entire thing has grown into something ridiculous.
The demands put on "student-athletes" are really excessive. Pressure to field a winning team does make recruiting violations inevitable. The lack of real minor leagues for football and basketball deprive the athlete of any real alternative.
It makes sense for colleges to have recreational opportunities for their students. Inter-collegiate competition is a fine thing provided it can be done without putting the actual purpose of colleges and universities second (education).
What doesn't make sense is this.