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    • I’ve done 54 on the same course a couple of times.   Always cart because they weren’t easily walkable.  I was able to keep my focus because my third round of the day was the best.     lot of weekends in my 20s, in walked and carried my bag for 36 each day.
    • I googled the reason for it and it also mentions that you also can’t change ball color as well for an advantage, but I’m having trouble coming up with something where the ball color changing during a round would be some type of advantage.   In other words, you can’t even use the exact same ball model with different colors in a round, anyone come up with changing ball color during the round somehow would help?
    • Because playing with a different ball may not be consecutive. Maybe someone plays a higher spin ball on par threes. Or a lower spin ball on par fives. 15 clubs is consecutive.
    • Thanks for that. But why a 2 strokes penalty per hole for unintentionally playing the wrong type of ball, until the mistake is discovered and rectified, while at the same time the penalty for unintentionally playing with too many clubs is capped at 2 strokes penalty for 2 holes maximum (only). What is different between those two, and how does that make any sense? I agree that one is a general rule applying to all golfers and the other is a local rule applying to high level competitions only. Is that it?
    • Slightly off-topic, kind of related to NLU on Torrey, but you can watch a course flyover, you can play it many times on a video game, you can watch it on tv, but it's just not the same as actually playing it. Being Captain Obvious here, I know.  
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