Good, more consistent...have been better off the tee, fewer big misses, the misses are now playable....not as long but that is due to playing a more reasonable length driver....finally feel like I have some control off the tee. 3w has been money as a second option off the box. Both hybrids are behaving nicely, finally gave up on graphite/light steel in the hybrids....just does not work, standard/ish weight steel and standard/ish length to the iron it replaces and boom. Irons have been good,. Been a battle between the 560MC's and the Maltby TE's like splitting hairs the difference, with the TE's being slightly softer and higher flight....both nice. I have been slowly getting my "punch" game back, ie being able to keep it low and okay out of trouble, handy on my course as it is tree lined and there is occasion when you are just off the fwy and might have a hanging limb. The last thing I'd like to add is accepting that I don't like hitting flops and going high when close to the green, it's not a shot I feel comfortable with and much prefer the bump and run, even if that means landing it short of the green, bumping it into the fringe, rough, or hill to deaden it some. I like the creativity of those type shots and pulling them off is fun. Gotta get up and down to keep the round going.
I don't keep a hdcp, can't imagine ever doing so, but I shoot mid to high 70's on my home course, playing the men's tees, 6450/123. Have shot par or better a handful of times with best rd. being a 69.
One thing I really like about my home course is you end on a 460ish yd par 5, if I'm +2 or better, I feel like there is an opportunity to eagle and shoot level or better for the Rd.