Taking a step back from golf
Unsure if this is the right thread, so I apologize if it's incorrect.
Just wanted to see if anyone has been in a similar position that I'm going thru now, and how they dealt with it.
I decided to put the clubs away for a bit, cause I don't have the time (and money) to continue to play right now. I have 2 small kids (2 & 4) and my wife and I make sure we have a very active life with them. Our weekends are typically busy with adventures with the kids, and we all have a great time. That being said, the time to play golf or even hit balls is nowhere to be found. I only played 1 round last year and again, this year is looking the same. I don't want to be that guy that plays 3-4 times a year and absolutely stinks up the joint. When I played regularly, I was in the mid to low 80's and now I'd struggle to break 100.
So, I don't see myself playing regularly again till my kids get out of daycare and into school - about 2 years. Sucks, but that's it. I sold off my old wedges and 3wood/hybrid combo, with the idea if I play again I'll get some more updated stuff. I kept my irons as they're fairly new and custom fit (Taylormade Rsi 2).
Sorry again, if this is in the wrong place - just needed to vent a bit and see if anyone else has been thru something similar. I feel when I do come back playing, I'll get some proper lessons and hopefully get out and start getting that score down a bit
Taylormade RSI 2 - KBS Tour 105's
Odyssey White Ice 2.0