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What’s Your Lowest Round of Golf?

What’s Your Lowest Round of Golf?  

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  1. 1. What’s your lowest round of golf?

    • <70
      18
    • 70-75
      16
    • 80-85
      11
    • 86-90
      4
    • >90
      0


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Just put your choice in the poll above and explain it down here. My lowest round is an 89. Just shot it in August. Played a course down at the beach, 6300 yards from whites. I hit the ball excellent that day, including the best bunker shot of my life! You can post the card if you want, I probably will later tonight.

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2 over (74) is my lowest round, so far.  Still have not had par or better.

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70 on a par 71 course (70.5/118 - 6,339 yards).  My only under par round.  I have shot a few even rounds but that was the lowest.  It was during a Hudson Mills Men's Championship and I think I won an umbrella.  Woo hoo!

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66 in a tournament in Hawaii.  Paired that with a 71, 78 and 80.  Finished 4th.  I had everyone thinking I was pretty damn good after the first day (I wasn't... just in a groove).  Too many eyes on me.

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18 minutes ago, FlyingAce said:

Where is 76-79?

Oh, it’s supposed to say 70-79. I must’ve done 75 and not noticed.

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65 (-7) I have done it 3 times. The first time was in a member-guest tournament where I was the guest. I was a 1 handicap at the time...they were not happy.

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2 minutes ago, NM Golf said:

65 (-7) I have done it 3 times. The first time was in a member-guest tournament where I was the guest. I was a 1 handicap at the time...they were not happy.

Well, you proved to the members that you’re a darn good golfer. Did you end up winning?

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70 at the Las Prados, and Angle Park courses. Did it 3, or 4 times iirc.  Both are par 70 courses, or at least they were back then..Have not played either one in many, many years 

This was back in the day when I was totally healthy, before the car wreck, and as a single digit capper. 

I have never scored below par for a course. Have a couple of 71s, and several 72s.  Just never was able to get past that par hump. 

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High 70's.  Have played a couple of rounds in single digit handicap on some par 70 and 72 courses.  That option wasn't there (76-80) so haven't selected it.  Never understood the obsession with the number of strokes.  I always treated it as so much over/under par.  So, a 75 on a par 72 is better than a 74 on a par 70 course 🤷‍♀️

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I guess I can't vote on this.
I've made a few 76's. But, that option isn't available to vote. 

On 9 holes I've had a 36, a couple of 37's and a pile of 38's. 

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3 minutes ago, boogielicious said:

Yeah! I couldn't vote with my two 79s.

My 76's are unavailable as well. Only one thing to do... Shoot a 75 or better.

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3 minutes ago, ChetlovesMer said:

My 76's are unavailable as well. Only one thing to do... Shoot a 75 or better.

As soon as the snow clears in March, I will get on it! :-P

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Shot a 68 last year while I was 68 years old. Shot my age. 6 birdies. 2 bogeys, 10 pars. Everything just seemed to click. Had a couple 70-72 rounds this year, but trying for that 69 round so I can shoot my age again.

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