Jesus christ what an explonation you have...okey all is my own fault, that wgt think its nice change wind direction after you had hit the ball...lovely!
I wasn't trying to be critical of you. I was trying to be helpful. I will try one more time with a true story. Learn from it or get mad that I told you... the choice is yours.
By far the worse player I have ever met in this game was someone I use to play some rounds with occasionally. I had really grown weary of his constant crying about WGT being unfair, and I still remember the very last round I played with him. I don't recall where it was, but I remember exactly what he said after rolling a putt 30 feet past the hole, "WTF?! WGT screwed me! I hit that 10 feet and it went 40!".
Just how bad of a player was he? After over 8200 ranked rounds he was a legend that still struggled to ever break par, even with short tees and slow greens. His average when he quit playing was well over 65. He barely hit 80% of his fairways and less than 70% of his greens. Additionally almost 70% of his greens were 2 putts or more. All this after years of playing.
I didn't need to ever see him play or ever see any of his stats to know how bad he was. And it was also obvious he would never be any good. This was easy to know all from one sentence... "I hit that 10 feet and it went 40". Had he said "I hit that 40 feet when I was trying to hit it 10", I would have known there was hope for him.
Once you "think" it is not your fault, you are done learning. And you will never improve.