No - not on the short par 4 - but most times as we were playing right off the back plates
Tee shots were
10 Driver huge push into trees 220m
12 Driver huge push into trees 198m
13 Driver fade rolled off into right rough behind trees 234m
15 5i on fairway
16 Driver low fade on fairway 202m
17 Driver gentle fade for the dogleg right on fairway 243m
18 Driver push just off right 226m
1 Driver thin push just off right 197m
2 Driver hook under tree 236m
4 Driver pull just off left 228m
5 Driver on 230m
6 Driver push just off right 234m
7 Driver just off left 244m
8 Driver thin draw just off left 190m
So 9/13 drives left me in decent position without having to navigate obstacles
The first 3 all left me in tree trouble, and on 2 as well had to swing low around me to avoid the tree limbs above me
So of the 4 fairways that you found, 25% of that stat was with a 5 iron.
I'd expect that it's actually hard to miss the majority of fairways with a 5 iron !
So to confirm your stats, 6 x missed right, 4 x missed left ( 1 x hook, 1 x draw and 2 x pulled ) 2 x fir rhs, 2 x fir central ? ( 1 x 5 iron ) and what happened on the par 3's ?
Is it just me or do you seem to have a general miss to the right hand side of the course ?
I think a pattern is starting to emerge that can be identified.
You mentioned recently that you prefer to draw the ball off the tee, correct ? And yet you miss right more often than not, an interesting overview is starting to develop, can you see it yet