While on vacation last week I got to play 3 rounds, the most concentrated period of golf in a long time. I finally found what was ailing my game, other than the obvious swing really fast resulting in a huge slice, I have been guilty of the "Flying Elbow". Neglecting to keep my right elbow tucked close to my body on the down swing & follow through. Really concentrating on a slow takeaway and keeping the right side tucked in which for me, results in straighter shots. Hitting fairways yields lower scores. Simple as that. Decent wedge play gives me a shot at par or bogey and 18 fives is a 90.I broke 90 twice this week, something I hadn't done in years. Teeing off early in the morning and getting around the course as a twosome in 3 hours was also a factor, as pace of play is so important. Being out there with the "Dew beaters" doesn't hurt as the putts weren't breaking as much at that time of day, a lot slower at 7 am than at 3 in the afternoon. A good week of golf for a change.