@Sean- sorry for the delay, I was at work and missed a lot of postings. First, starting at 50 and working so hard on your game to get to where you are now, truly impressive. I'm 64, but started a while back but quit due to work. Now with retirement looming in the near future I am looking forward to spending more time playing than I have been able to even now. You inspire and give me hope to get my game down to what I am hoping, single digit handicap. Keep up the great work!
Thanks for the kind words Gene. :-)
I started, and continue, to do a lot of work on my short game. The beauty of developing a decent short game is that it doesn't require athletic ability or youth. Anyone can develop a good short game.
Best of luck Gene, and enjoy your retirement!