@boyce89976 nice! (well, not the back/shoulder issues) The best I ever shot in college was 71 as a freshman, which actually broke the school record at least at the time (Div III school). Funny thing that's just typical golf, 1 week to the day prior I'd shot 98 in my first ever college tournament. I played 3 falls and 2 springs and then left the team to focus on academics as I got into my upper level courses- I was about to miss 1/3 of an upper level biology course lab day for tournaments and my coach didn't understand that "make up" means they give you keys and the slides and you don't get any lab tech help, etc. We also had some personality clashing, she was a favorites-player and I was not one of her favorites, so that wasn't a lot of fun and I got a lot happier personally once I didn't have all that pressure and stress anymore. I'm not anti-golf but my clubs live up in the attic these days and I haven't played a round in about 6 1/2 years I think. It's just a time consuming and expensive hobby compared to stuff I already own and don't have to pay at home to use versus paying green fees. And there aren't a bevy of great courses in small city West Texas either That is awesome you've played Sawgrass though! St Andrews and/or Pebble Beach would definitely be golf-related bucket list, as would going to a Masters in the gallery.