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What’s Your Record Time for Riding 18 Hole with a Foursome?

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This is gonna be interesting. What is the fastest time you and your foursome rode 18 holes? Mine is 3 hours. Was playing with my teammates, and we decided to just hit our shots, no practice swings or anything. I actually played decent, but my partner and I (we played a fourball) got hammered 7&5. 

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19 minutes ago, dagolfer18 said:

This is gonna be interesting. What is the fastest time you and your foursome rode 18 holes? Mine is 3 hours. Was playing with my teammates, and we decided to just hit our shots, no practice swings or anything. I actually played decent, but my partner and I (we played a fourball) got hammered 7&5. 

2.3 hours without a cart.  In the rain and wind at Pacific Dunes.  I just wanted to get dry, inside, in front of a fireplace and have a hot toddy.

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20 minutes ago, iacas said:

1:50. We all shot in the 70s, and we were the only ones on the course. And it was a cart vs. cart match, so we were all trying, too.

6850 yards.

Gotta love it when you have the course to yourself! Lets you take your time since you have nobody in front of or behind you. When that happens, I’ll walk 18 holes in about 3 hours. 

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I have no idea.  Whenever I play in a foursome I figure it is going to be awhile.  Those rounds are usually played on the weekend and take a minimum of 4 hours...if you are lucky.

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2:05.   Also playing a match that mattered to us.

Under 2:30 is pretty normal if we’re not held up.  Played a 7-some in 3:10 once, but we had to wait a bit...

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Hard to get a foursome together when the course is not crowded. Maybe 3:30 at best here. I've played multiple rounds with @topoftheline89 that have been under 2:30 as a twosome walking when the course is relatively open.

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No clue what my best time for a foursome riding is. Probably close to 3:00.

Walked in 2:00 once in a twosome and that was only because the ranger held us up because we caught up to the maintenance crew.

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Right at two hours, maybe a little less. Me and a buddy did this on several occassions earlier this year. 

We were the first one's out, and it was always on a week day. 

We both have similar games. Same distances, and similar ball flights to selected landing areas. 

There was no running around chasing different ball locations. 

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When I ride I know it is going to be a long day. Course specific courses that make you ride. Hate it. Sadly never had a fast 4 some with a cart. 
 

2:25 car to car solo walking 18. But that is for another  thread. 

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I really don't know, I normally rate my rounds by score not speed. I am sure its somewhere in the 2.5 to 3 hour range, in the summer I have teed off at 6:15 and been home by 9:30am. 

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4 hours ago, NM Golf said:

I am sure its somewhere in the 2.5 to 3 hour range, in the summer I have teed off at 6:15 and been home by 9:30am. 

Ditto. 

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