86. ...but it felt more like a 96 because I just couldn't get the driver working...
On the positive side, I played quickly, finished in about 2:15, and I don't think anyone notice me show up late to work.
It really is a short (not much over 6200 yards), walker-friendly course. ...and this is Oklahoma, so it's flat - that helps too. But I think Buckeye nailed it - there's no lollygagging going on here. It's literally, tee-off on 1, walk to the ball, hit the ball, walk to the ball, hit the ball... I've played it a lot and the decisions about clubs/yardage are easy.
18, walking, not rushing = 2:15. (But not pulling pins either.)
That said, my course is set up for walking (only one long walk from green to tee --- the clubhouse and practice area intervene between 9 and 10).
If I hurry, I can get just under 2:00.
After about ten days of unseasonal snow, my e5's arrived just before a conference took me out of town for a week. You know how some golf balls just look good in your hand? That's how the e5s were. Well, at least as long as I kept their new chunky e5 logo pointed away from me. Still, I couldn't wait to get out and try them on the course.
Flash-forward to this week, Spring Break, and I took a sleeve of e5s out for a comparison with the ProV1s that I most often play. ...