Seeing as we are in the midst of winter golf i decided to do old school. I can't say how old, i would guess 1980ish. I grabbed the driver and 7 iron, Tommy armour silver scott, that had been in my farther in law's bag. I really liked the driver, so much so i am going to regrip it. Tee the ball really low, sweep into it and i really like the low penetrating flight. The danger is getting the tee touch too high and skying the ball, or worse going nearly under it. The 7 iron, well i have no need to ever hit that again. I swear the leading edge is sharp. I took divots like 8 inches long, lol. A fun experiment
I pounded a Honma TW-X 3 iron off the tee on the way to a bunch of birdies, THP, booked a round for when the weather clears, and watching the last of the Sentry and reading about everyone's excitement for new clubs and fresh golf for 2021. It's a good day.
I continue the long arduous process of removing items from the garage that are no longer needed and locked in storage. I routinely ask myself - "Why do we have this?!?"
How is this "golf stuff" you may ask? Well now that heat has been added to the garage - (much needed in this vast wasteland of cold reminiscent of Hoth) - I continue to move towards the path of indoor golf within my household. Conversations with upper management went much better than expected and we are in agreement that it would/could be useful for the family and our girls.... So the quest of trying to find a unit now remains as well as securing the other components as well. But there is hope!