I've been playing sparingly for 37 years. I took up golf because my brother was playing and it gave us one more thing to compete against each other in. I've just recently retired and been able to play at least once a week. We were playing the Donald Ross designed course in Asheboro, North Carolina. It is a "tight" nine hole course in the center of the city. If you can't hit it straight and know your yardage you'll be in trouble. We were on hole #7 on the first nine and smelling all the fast food aromas from the restaurants just over the fence. The yardage on my Garmin said 112 yards and I chose a 9 iron because it was a little windy and I wanted to control the ball better. Yes, I can hit it farther than 112 yards with a 9 iron. I wanted control and that's what I got. From where the divot was, it hit a few feet behind the hole and spun back in. I hope it doesn't take another 37 years to get another one.