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What was your widest gap for 1st and 2nd nine ?


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Originally Posted by reedf

57 - 43, the back nine was good enough I could at least forget the front nine ever happened and leave happy!

Yep, it's a lot worse when the second nine is the blowup, especially when you know you're not going to be able to get out again for a while.

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That happened a couple weeks ago for me. I shot a 36 (+1 for that course) on the front nine. Finished the back nine with a 56. It was like I forgot how to swing a golf club. Luckily my putting was on, or it could have been much worse.

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10, and I did it twice.  45 on the front, 55 on the back...and then 50 on the front and 60 (!!!) on the back.  I'm trying to erase that 110 round out of my mind...just was playing plain terrible.  For me, anything in the 40s is acceptable...so even the 50 was a bad 9.

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Today I shot  +4, 39 on the front and a -5, 30 on the back at my home course. I can't remember having that much of a sway in a single round. I'll take it though. Great feeling to comeback like that!

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Probably not my biggest gap but the most heart breaking was definitely when I shot 36 then 45. I went from par to bogie. Sneak in a few more par holes and I would be able to say I shot 70's.

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