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You're right. It generally doesn't change scoring so much. However, I would simply get frustrated if I was trying to score and the greens were horrible (just done and done badly). If they are really bad - then I'm just going to make it a practice round "so to speak" and work on some yardages or shot types (I'll enjoy my round). I will make that decision prior to the round, unless you can't tell how bad they are until the 1st or 2nd hole. Once I make that commitment, I have no intention of posting and don't even hole out every hole. I try to make it a really productive round from a practice standpoint. Don't get me wrong, I 100% will post rounds on aerated greens but not when they are horrible and just done. If they are dressed and manageable- different story.
How are you still a 29HI? The swing looks good. Keys 1-3 look really good (any head movement is minimal), plane looks correct as far as I can tell, secondary axis tilt, and a balanced finish. What am I missing?