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  1. 1. Whats the most birdies you have made in a round? (count eagle as a single birdie)

    • 1
      16
    • 2
      17
    • 3
      28
    • 4
      33
    • 5
      15
    • 6
      14
    • 7
      9
    • 8
      1
    • 9
      3
    • 10
      1
    • 11
      0
    • 12+
      2


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In my 9 hole money game last week I had 6 in a row after starting Bogie, Tripple, Bogie.
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Couple months ago - 5 birdies in the first 7 holes. 18 hole total was still 2 over.

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Had to change my number of birdies in a round to 5, up from 3. Should of been an under par round, but i made enough bogeys to dirty up those birds and wound up shooting a 76.
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7 in a round. Shot a -1, 71. I just couldn't keep those crapdamning bogey's off the card

damn dude, you sound like me, not as bad though. my long irons have been putting in bad spots, otherwise i'd be playing pretty well. funny thing is, my long irons used to be my bread and butter

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The other day I had five birdies and an eagle and still shot a 73. Seven under for one-third of the course and eight over for the other two-thirds...gotta love the game of golf.

lol, love the name man! i wonder if he plays golf?

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The most birdies I've ever had over a nine hole stretch was three.  That round also included the only back to back birdies that I've ever had.  And, not surprisingly, that round of 18 also contained the most birdies I've ever made in a round - four.

That was a good day.

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