2020 New Years Golf Resolutions
What are my fellow WRX'ers resolving to do, golf-wise, in the new year? Using our boardroom/corporatespeak, what are some Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Time-Based (that's SMART, but you guys are smrt enuff to fgure that out).
I'm not a lofty-goals kind of guy. My tip-top priority is golfing enough to actually calculate a proper handicap - anything I've done in years past has just been fudging the numbers and estimating based on a few formulas I've found. I want to get 5 rounds of 18 holes in this year, so I can actually, really, properly calculate a handicap.
Secondarily, I've got a few things:
-New clubs, as my current set is all pre-Y2K (drivers and putters included). As a sub-point, I'm that lunatic that walks around with a driver, a crapload of irons, and no less than 6 wedges - I'd love to get a more balanced set that's sufficient for a hack like me. Don't have a specific brand or timeline in mind, so this is sort of on the back burner.
-Play some specific Michigan courses: Manistee Country Club, The Heathlands, Bear Lake Country Club, Diamond Springs, and LE Kaufman. These are really more broad-scope "bucket list" type things and aren't really specific to 2020 (unless the Heathlands guy sells the course like he's been threatening to since 1995).
-Play 9 holes with one ball. Not "net one" where you pick up as many as you lose, but actually one. The ball that you hit on the last putt is the same ball that you hit on the first drive.