Fairly accurate but drivers from the last 3 years offer more forgiveness than stuff from the early 2000s, surely. I say that having a bag with irons from that era, so take it with a grain of salt.
Another point, sometimes a new club can make you want to practice with it more. You could probably get the results you want with some good hard practice, but may not want to practice that much with the old club.
The combination really paid off for me this year when I got new stuff. Went to the range a decent amount to work on things and played more than I ever have
I leave pill considerations to the medical folks. I do know the fewer pills one takes, the better off they are in the long run.
I remember telling the doc who told me I was going need assistance walking for the rest of my life, that he was full s%#t.
Most of my diet is made up baked chicken, fish, fruits, and green veggies. I stay a way from breads as much as possible. It's been like this for the last several years. That said it's not a strict diet for me. I like beer, pizza, and tacos in moderation. Well, sort of in moderation.
I had to rehab almost all of the left side of my body. First part was to learn to walk again without being attended too. A wheel chair was not going to be a part of my future plans.
Walking, and stetching did more for me than anything else I did. I recommend walking as much as possible everyday. Even in poor weather, and even for healthy folks. Simple walking cures alot ills for folks.
I usually opt to hit a long iron, but when I do hit driver, it'll go roughly 260. That's based off a yardage app that I use, so it's not dead on, but I would guess that it's within 10 yards. I think that I would benefit the most from better accuracy that new drivers claim to have