Originally Posted by DoGGz
It's hard to drive the ball straight, but I have a lot of length. Back when I was playing full time I -really- enjoyed wide open courses because I could just rippppp it. I think I could break 100 today, but I don't know. Haven't played all year.
I play of 16, and the key to a good round for me is keeping it in play off the tee.
I got a Taylor Made R11 about four months ago and have just about got it under control now, added a good 25 yards to my drives and allows me to slow my swing down and still get good distance.
I have a decent short game and rarely take more than 33 putts a round.
To break 100 I think you need to concentrate on the game from 150 yards in, that is where you will waste the most shots and where you will play the most shots too.
Also when you put yourself in trouble, always take the easy option that puts you back in play, don't try the career shot that might get to the green if you hit it under the first tree, round the 2nd and carry the water! Get back in play and take your one shot punishment, don't compund the error.