I played in the Buffalo Run Men’s Club Match Play championship this year, which was a 64 bracket single elimination tournament. I started the year as a 16 handicap. You keep your starting handicap throughout the year. Well I have been playing golf since 1996 with the same irons and woods, Taylor made burner bubble.
I decided in May to get a new set of clubs and decided on the Taylor made 2.0 Irons. I didn’t hit the ball much farther, but did improve my accuracy considering how many swings those stiff shafted irons had gone through in 16 years. So my handicap started to go down as I was playing better.
For example, in the semi-final match, I was a 16, playing a 5 handicap player, and I shot an 82, and he shot a 74. With the strokes that he gave me, I beat him to go on to the finals, and ended up winning that round also. Last year, I played and lost in the first round,
I won the championship, and this lovely trophy!