Two doors down from me, and I know this is a surprise since they have passed out anti-vax stuff before, the whole family got Covid. The wife wasn’t doing great so she went to her holistic doctor and got prescribed the following:
Zinc, vitamin C, Vitamin D and several others. Plus the human version of Ivermectin. She said the ivermectin gave her really bad diarrhea (good!). And now they happy because they have natural immunity. What strikes me the most is how arrogant they were, acting like they knew better than everyone else. The wife even went on about how she had to go to a special pharmacy because most places won’t give it to you. 🤦♂️ 🤡 🤪
I am of the view that 14 clubs is too many for the average to high handicapper. Fewer choices in clubs helps with shot creation and also you learn to hit those which you carry better.
All this thought you can hit a club a certain yardage is not reality. There is usually three clubs between the front and back of a green for the average golfer, so as long as it's in play relax and enjoy the game and not stress out that you've not hit that six iron exactly 150 yards.
Driver, fairway wood or hybrid, any a few iron you like to hit 468 or 579 wedge and putter and you don't need 100 balls in your bag either.
Relax and have some fun with your mates and you will score lower.
If it’s a grass range, and sections are roped off or the hitting area is clearly defined elsewhere….don’t hit balls from where you are not supposed to. I’ve seen idiots hit off the grass when it’s mats only because “I don’t like hittting off the mats”. I’ve also seen people use areas that are being rested for whatever reasons. These over entitled morons will be the first to complain about the condition, yet they mess it up.
On behalf of new golfers everywhere:
For the love of God, DON'T GIVE UNSOLICTED SWING ADVICE. I've already got TWO golf coaches (virtual/in-person) and I'm working on my swing (it's new)... but I'm working on the lessons the PROS gave me. So, unless your name is Hank Haney (or Rudy) -- STFU!