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So we moved to Arizona in June from dreary and rainy Minnesota, endured the oppressive hot weather and I played some of my best golf in my life in June, July, August and late September. Now, I am so tired of the game, cannot hit the ball solidly and have nothing good to say about the game. My ONLY life change was that I started drinking scotch again...49 days now...so it's time to stop. It is just so nice to be on the hot golf courses all day and come home to a cool home and have a drink or 2 or 3 or 4. (Oh, and I gained 15 pounds which all went to my gut) Of course, along with the scotch comes the mandatory grilled steak...and then I cannot sleep. I joined a high-end golf club here in AZ and there are two courses. Both are stunning and both are really fun to play. But when I can't hit the fairway from the forward tees, and lose dozens of the TaylorMade TP5x golf balls--well, it's time to rethink. Being retired is no fun at times. I can easily stop the scotch but am worried I will not be able to go back to good ball-striking again. Fat and thin shots are getting really old!...but so am I. The "flipping" in my impact position is impossible to correct despite all the lessons, videos and 100's of practice balls! Not looking for sympathy (that can be found between sh!t and syphilis in the dictionary. HA!). Just want to play bogey golf again...for now. Thx for any feedback!