I've been Playing Golf for: 20 years My current handicap index or average score is: 15 (shoot low 80s-high 90s) My typical ball flight is: straight irons, balloon slice or straight pull driver The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: drives into the woods, topped drives
i used to crush my driver with a low slight draw, Hitting it like 280-290. I had hip surgery last winter for impingement and torn labrum. Not sure how this has impacted my swing, but i feel good physically. I’m striping my irons on target pretty consistently, but my driver has been a major struggle. I seem to hit low on the face and on the heel. Have recently tried strengthening my grip with inconsistent results, but overall positive. However even on a drive that flew nicely with a slight fade in the fairway, it only went about 245.
Historicaerials.com is a great resource to see what a lot of golf courses used to look like. Obviously, you have better luck in more populated areas.
I’ve always felt like Piqua Country Club has a good Ross feel to it. He really only did 9 holes, then Jack Kidwell did the other 9, then it had to be moved a little for the I-75 expansion. But, you can see the original layout on that website.