PLayed at Stone Gate today, its a regular front 9 then a par 3 executive back 9. I got 14 holes in before it got dark.
First tee, a 280 yard drivable par 4 with a water hazard behind the green. I step up with my Burner Superfast that I just hit about 5 balls with on the range. Crack drive 250 yards right toward the green. I always wanted to drive that hole.
Anyhow I ended up taking my second shot with my new 64 wedge and got it close enough for a 2 put par. Which for me is quite good.
My second good shot was on hole 6. I'm participating in the USGA "tee it forward" campaign so I was playing from the reds, no shame and it's nice to play faster and scored pars and bogeys instead of doubles and triples
Hole 6 is a severe dogleg right, 217 yards from the reds. impossible to go for the green because of trees blocking the direct route.So I aim for the the farthest tree straight ahead 187 yards or so and aim for that with my new 4 hybrid, planning to fade it around the dogleg since I can carry that club 170-175 max.
Well, I end up hitting a perfect fade and leave about 36 or so yards to the hole. I end up baffling the hole because my short game is shit(3 putts for double), but it was a great tee shot.
Overall it was a great round,played some of the best golf of my life, It is motivating to have the chance to make a par or even birdie every time I step up to a hole. I high recommend teeing it forward for you macho guys who are playing too long for your handicaps. You know who you are so I don't need to say anything more.