Summary: Number of clubs and mode of transportation have little effect on score for average golfer. My golals for playing golf: to keep my bones from getting any weaker; to continue to play bogie into my old age; to enjoy the best life long sport. This year I decided to play from tees appropriate to my driver distance and to experiment with walking and carrying a short set of clubs, so I could avoid hurting my back moving the push cart in and out of the car. Set consisted of driver (vrarious clubs 9.5* G20 to 16* Mini) , putter and 4hyb,6i,8i, pw,sw. With this setup I walked 9,18 or 27 holes on varrous courses around Ottawa Ontario. I scored about same walking with short set as with riding with a full set. About me: 80 years old, golfed off and on for 65 years, never better than 10 handicap: never had a fitting as I am constantly working on developing a better swing; I consider myself an bogie golfer as I play about that level with 14 or 7 clubs, walking or riding on 9 or 18 hole courses.
Never been, but I've met a number of Indian co-workers of my brother when they visited here.
Mainly, I remember those guys in parkas in September. So I gather that it's pretty darn hot. Maybe coming from Florida it won't be as much of an issue for you.
I also remember them being astonished by our grocery stores and fascinated by strip clubs.
For what that's worth.
The fact that he went through all that golf says a lot about how his back is working. Even if he had traines for it and been prepared, it was a lot of golf in a short period of time, and he won the TC, which must have been a bit exhausting in itself.
I still think having the cup the week after the Tour Championship is a poor decision, even if Tiger didn't play poorly.
I visited India's some place. its depend on you what you planed & what location you already checked online. I like most Spiti Vally. Cold desert mountain. Located high in the Himalayas in India.
Spiti Valley is totally adventurous trip for me. What type of location, you want to visit?