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looking to shoot in the 80s and hopefully make it a habit. scared 89 a couple times but haven't quite made the breakthrough yet.
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My main goal is to shoot in the mid to high 80s. Never have hit the 80s since playing. gotten close a few times but working harder this year more than ever.
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Main goal this year is to get my handicap back down to 13.x as it was just a couple of years ago. I just need to practice more and especially keep focus on the course. My scores these days usually include a lot of pars, maybe a birdie or even two, but also a couple of train wrecks. Need to commit to every shot. So it is 1. practice more (especially putting and short game), 2. practice the mental game and take practice serious.
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I got new clubs last week and feel like my ability level should get me at a point where I could shoot 3 or more rounds in a row under 85 on a couple of my favorite par 72 courses.
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I started golfing last August, first time ever...shot between 100 and 110 for most rounds, a few outliers. This winter i have been taking lessons, i hope i be a 90's shooter this season. Feeling much more comfortable with my swing, can't wait for this season. Signed up for a season pass as a local course 30 seconds from my house, going to get ALOT of golf in this year!

So i have played 27 rounds so far this year and have shot as low as 92 3 times in the past month. I have brought my handicap from 35.6 to 24.7 this season so i think i need a new goal. I want to go for a few rounds in the upper 80;s! Here i come...

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My biggest one was to score a round in the 70s this year and I made it this past Saturday. I was at 1 over through 14 holes and I realized to heck with 70s I want to shoot par. Started thinking about it too much (I'd fought it off the entire back nine until then) and lost 3 more shots to par. Finished with a 75 and my previous low had been 81. Very happy.
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im new to golf as of april. (except driving ranges when i was younger). first of all i wana get some lessons before too many bad habits develop. also want to consistently be under 95 and would like to break 90 at least once. already broke another goal of getting a birdie before i got on this site and have gotten one each of my last three times out the last two weeks.
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So my goal for the summer/2010 was to break 80. Not only have I done that multiple times (including 1 in tournament play), today I shot 71 which is 1 under par. I love this game!
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My goal is to finally break into the 80's consistently. I've averaged playing a handful of times a year in years past but I'm buckling down this year. Going to play more and I've been out 7 or 8 times already which is good for me. Hoping to be out another dozen times before it gets too cold here. I also upgraded my gear for the first time in 10 years to help get me in the 80's hopefully. Just picked up 2009 TM Burner irons, getting a Nike Dymo2 driver, and just got some sweet Dryjoys. Ahh man they feel great. Haven't had some new stuff in a looong time!
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I was in a really bad accident last June. Our deck collapsed and I shattered my right leg. My goal is to be able to walk a full round this year. Big goal, but I will do MT best to fulfill it.

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