Hit some balls outdoors using my mat/net after a couple dry days. Worked on driver, 4-iron, and 7-iron, trying to get my swing back in sync after feeling out of it for an entire round. I feel like I'm rushing something and then throwing the club head at the ball. So I did deliberately very slow swings (25% feel), basically just bunting the ball into the net at first, before moving to a full speed motion.
This is where I'm at as well. Gave him many benefits of doubt and rooted for him, or at least didn't root against him. Now, when you combine these actions with the almost identical ones from 4 years ago and throw in his comments afterwards, I'm out. Can't take his side or defend him anymore.
Yikes, that's tough. Time to focus on your golf-related fitness goals I suppose. Shoveling snow must be good exercise. Winter is my favorite season for golf because a tiny bit of cold (into the 50's) and a little precipitation scare-away the crowds. Short days are the worst part - no after-work play.