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Your Lowest Nine Holes (Regulation Course)

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Let me start this with I have never shot par or under par for 9 holes on a regulation sized 9 holes of golf. 

Having said that I do have a whole bunch of 37's. 

I had (3) 9-hole rounds of 37 two years ago. One of which I remember really well I was 2 under standing on the 9th tee box... I made a triple. 

The very first 9 holes I played this year. I played at Bent Tree Golf Course, and shot a 37 on the front side. I actually recorded every shot for a course VLOG. You can see it here:

 

Oddly, I didn't feel like I hit it all that great on route to that 37 on the front 9 of Bent Tree. At the time I felt like I got a few breaks. That AND I'm not really sure the 37 is completely "According to Hoyle". I used a putter cup rather than putt at the actual hole. So, there's that. 

 

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45 has been my best score for nine, can't break 90 for some reason, (maybe because I suck at golf, LOL).

 

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39 a couple of times. I'm horrifically consistent at shooting 40 or 41 though. If only I could put a 39 and a 40 together. 

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I can't honestly remember if it's my lowest 9 hole score, but shot a 38 on the front yesterday, and followed that up with a 42 on the back, ugh.

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Many years ago I carded a 32 on the front 9 at the Casablanca GC in Mesquite, NV. 

It was a short lived accomplishment, as I followed that up with a 40 on the back 9.

Probably one of the better chances I ever had to break par on a legit 18 hole golf course. 

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Mine is -1 at 33 (par 34, with 3 par 3s and 1 par 5).  Quickly went +4 (40) on the back 9, though...

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A 43 on a par 72 front nine.

Even par on a front nine par 68 (front nine par 35)

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40 on the back 9 where I shot 53 on the front...

 

I’ve had a couple of times where I was +1 coming to the 7th tee to just instantly implode and finish the front 9 with +8 or +10. 

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Our senior assoc. that I play in has a game for the front and back..  Low gross= net = skins =stableford = 5 clubs and a putter......... On one we had  low gross front and stroke play on the back........ Has a 32-37  par is 72  best 18 hole round for me.........

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4 under

Really thought I had "figured it out," but the game long since humbled me and continues to.

If I can birdie once a round now I'll be cocky all day 💪

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On 8/17/2020 at 12:18 PM, Missouri Swede said:

I know I've shot 3-over for a 39.  i don't think I've done any better than that.  Yet.

Update: 2-over 37 (par 35).  Double bogey on hole 10.  So I played the last 8 even. 3 birdies helped.2051912355_2overpar.jpg.da6ff795e35f9bd79e0df31decc30f01.jpg

 

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I shot a couple of one under scores on par 36 (regulation course in Connecticut and one in Salt Lake City) back in the 80s. Best 18 was 3 over par 72 back in my college days. Frustrating part was that I bogeyed the last two holes - ugh. =;^0.

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