All golfers love that feeling of hammering a drive down the middle of the fairway. As a guy that hits farther than most everyone, which gives you more joy, piping a drive 350+ down the fairway or stuffing a 100 yards wedge close to the pin (inside 6 ft)?
Rounding your entire game into shape is, obviously, paramount to having success on the PGA Tour. Driving aside, if you had only one aspect of your game that you would choose to improve while playing the rest of the game at your current levels which would you choose to give you the best chance at being successful on the PGA Tour?
Thanks in advance for your time and you've got a whole forum of people that will be pulling for you like a tugboat in a port, Jamie. Good luck!
I played Junior hockey in Lloydminster and went to Bonnyville often to play against the Pontiacs. I really liked their rink, but I think my favourite was Grande Prairie. Jamie - what was your favourite rink to play in, besides your own?
What do you make of the PGA Tour potentially making changes to equipment rules in an effort to curb increased driving distances? If enacted, how do you think this would affect your strategy/mindset while trying to make it on the tour?