I was playing the first round of the season together wiht my dad.
The grass was still kind of growin in the fairways. But sadly, at the greens the situation was somewhat similar. There were blotches of sandy ground in the green. The existing grass at the green was mostly sparse anyway. The greens were extremely dry it could be said.
It seemed as though the greens were really slow, the ball didn't roll at all. Not even many bounces or rolling from approach shots to the green.
Scores were not terribly great I'm afraid. I'm hoping to improve my handicap from beginner level to intermediate this year. I had been training in the winter indoors range.
However, I also suffered a mild ankle injury, in February (slipped at stairs) which put me out of sports for seven weeks duration. So, I've been doing ok with the ankle thusfar, e.g. in other sports such as badminton.
Golf however was seemingly difficult, once again. I guess, it just sucks to play the eighteen holes and not improve the handicap because of two really bad holes played. And many ruined putts, partially to blame to the greens in my amateur opinion.
Even regardless of that I made three pars, and one bogey, so I was kinda happy about that! I beat my dad on those holes. On one hole, I actually hit tee shot within half a metre of the flag. I made only par though, LOL!!!