No matter how old or what your physical condition a lesson could probably help you some. Figure if you just begin making consistent contact on the center of the club face you will increase your distance. Not every golf swing has to be pretty or perfect. You have to make what you have work. I’d do the lesson if you are serious about improving your swing.
I'm starting to wonder about their customer service. I submitted two course changes. One was three weeks ago and they responded saying they would look into it. I gave them the course and the new score card. Two week later, I resubmitted the same request. Today I removed the round completely. I guess it doesn't make that much of a difference but my recommendation to others may be swayed by their lack of inactivity. I've since submitted the second one last week and will give them a couple of weeks to make the correction.
I don't think this makes me upset or unhappy but like I previously stated, I'd suggest others look at other options too.
The dumbest argument is that he can win only at Augusta moving forward. Like what the heck? The British Open is the easiest major for a 40+ year old to win. Clarke, Els, Phil, Stenson all did it in the last 8 years in their 40s. Watson and Norman almost did it in their 50s. And Zach J was only a few months from 40 when he won. He just has to have the drive and the health. If he doesn’t have the health, well then he can’t win at Augusta either.