This one back in 2013 is a highlight of mine.
Made par after a high draw under these trees, about 175 to the green. 7 iron. Not a death shot per se but it was the only shot I could take if I wanted to get it close to the green.
No thanks OP.
There is something extremely satisfying hearing that sound of the ball rolling in the hole when you make a good putt, a sound like no other. Take that away from me and you're taking away a large part of satisfaction of the game.
I'm also the guy that takes the flags out on the practice green (providing there is nobody else on there).
Shot my first 69 ever today.........on a par 67.
Out is 35, in is 32.
Back 9 is short but challenging. a lot of tucked in greens meaning no dice if you want to go for the greens on the par 4's.
37 out after a double on the 8th having being ballsy and trying to cut a corner off the tee over water...splash. 32 in after learning my lesson.
Was hitting it ok but it was my putting that saved the day for me.