I will give a few thoughts tomorrow.
In the mean time…
I have a stupid question and some follow up statements.
Why do golfers refuse to accept they are going to hit bad shots and continue to self diagnose an ever changing array of incorrect diagnosis?
It’s the same swing no matter what the miss is, the timing was different and your inability to accept the fact that if you shoot 90, around 70 of them are going to be incorrectly executed shots (I’ll assume the 18 made putts were OK).
The inability to accept bad shots is the single greatest reason amateurs don’t get better.
BTW, if you are a 15 handicap and you slam your club after hitting a ball 30 feet from 100 yards…you just made my point…because that is not a bad shot. Look up the PGA Tour stats…