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Good Golf Score For You

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  1. 1. On a good, not great, day, what will you shoot at your home course?

    • Below 70
      1
    • Low/Mid 70s
      9
    • High 70s
      14
    • Low/Mid 80s
      21
    • High 80s
      12
    • Low/Mid 90s
      6
    • High 90s
      5
    • 100 or Above
      0


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Good is low 80s, great is high 70s. The difference for me is normally 6 strokes. 

Great is also when there are no double bogeys or 3 putts. 

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I'm usually between 74-78 at my home course, but it's a short par 70 (6013 / 68.8 / 114)

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Mid 90’s for me at a 20hdc.  An exceptional day when all putts go in and the tee to green game is ok, mid 80’s.  

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23 hours ago, FlyingAce said:

Good is low 80s, great is high 70s. 

Great is also when there are no double bogeys or 3 putts. 

^This.

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4 minutes ago, David in FL said:

My sense of self worth is directly related to whether or not I broke 80...  

Agreed...

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6 minutes ago, David in FL said:

My sense of self worth is directly related to whether or not I broke 80...  

I have managed to detach myself from my scores. Phew... Of course, completely out of necessity of self preservation.

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I put mid 80’s although realistically that is probably a very good day lately. My expectations are high, I go out with the intention of breaking 80 even though my best is still 83. I’m not happy with anything over my handicap of 15. I’m not happy with my handicap at all to be honest. I feel I should be a lot lower by now especially with my distance

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Wow!  So many good golfers in this forum.   87 is a good score for me.  84 if I play from "senior" tee.

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SUB 80 = Brilliant (only done twice before) low 80's good solid game -mid 80's ok few stupid mistakes etc -high 80's pretty rough 

Over 90 and I'd be Gutted ...esp.. if well over 

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