Okay, I know you are getting a whole pile of advice here. I'll throw one more thing at you. Consider doing the "5 minute per day practice challenge" on this forum.
For many people 5 minutes of practice daily can be as effective or possibly more effective than 1-1/2 hour practice sessions once a week.
I tried to do the 5 minutes a day practice challenge a while back, but I kept missing my weekend updates. It may be time for me to try again.
I said 4-6, which is round dependent for sure. If my timing is on I can strike a lot of very solid feeling shots, but the clubs I use could be masking those off center hits with the forgiveness built into them. I can also mishit pretty horribly those same rounds. If I'm having a really bad round I'd probably struggle to hit 1-3, but I don't know that I go a full round without hitting at least one flush shot. Of course, I could be completely delusional too.
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Really my second full individual round(a stroke play event), or 4th if you count scrambles, on the year. I am actually hitting my driver and irons decently as far as path and face is concerned and for distance as well. My driver play is going especially well considering the lack of play. I am definitely struggling a bit with low point but not as much as I thought I would. Had some great shots out of bunkers as well. I can't seem to figure out my wedge distances as is fairly obvious from this round. My new Glide 2.0 wedges are confusing me a bit on some controlled distance shots. I kind of miss my Edel wedges for that. My touch around the greens is just not in form right now as would be expected. I had some three putts out there but these greens are some of the toughest multi tiered greens I have played on. We played with a scratch guy out there who shot a 77.
If i catch one thin or toe it a bit the hand also is in a fair amount of pain yet. I look forward to the continued healing in the hand as far as that goes.
If i can avoid injuring myself this winter I hope to play a lot more next season. Hopefully I can get out to Erin Hills and Sand Valley. If anyone would be interested in playing theses courses next year with me, let me know.
I am a bit on the fence over if I should work on the swing and try and get rid of the Furyk/Moore like loop or if I should just own it as it seems to be giving me the best face/path relationship I have maybe ever had. At the end of the day if I can shoot in the low 80's from time to time next season I think it should be a lot of fun to play again.
I don't know that that is accurate, and it definitely depends on the state. In Colorado and California, for example, medical marijuana is exactly the same as the recreational strains available in dispensaries. The difference is the level of taxation. I did find one article that stated that 14 states limit THC potency, but after researching state-by-state wasn't able to pin that down. I don't disagree that it's possible, but will argue the efficacy of doing so. But to your point - Florida is considering legislation to limit the potency to 10% THC because levels above that "can induce psychosis in some users" (anyone seen Reefer Madness? 😄) A fools errand - the pot our parents smoked was around 7%, with the high-end "sinsemilla" coming in at around 9.5%. It still gets you high. Admittedly, the strains produced these days are much stronger, with 18-20% being considered high potency, and 30% being the upper limit for flower. Extracts from marijuana plants, like hash oil, generally come in between 50 - 80%.
To tie it all back together so I'm less off topic - regardless of the THC level, marijuana impairs a person mentally more so today than it did 20 years ago. Golf is proven to have a significant mental component, aligned closely with the physical aspects of the game. Thus weed absolutely has a negative impact on ones golf performance - though it might make a shitty round more fun.