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Well your hdcp is in single digits...but I'm ecstatic with my 93 round yesterday...Again could I have broke 90? sure...if I can eleminate 2-3 bad holes...but thats the game of golf...its never the same...

Good luck to the OP though....
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It is a great course. The rough is unbelievably hard to hit out of. It's sticky as tar, and about 6 inches long right off the fairway. You're right on the first hole. I teed off with my 4 hybrid, but hit it left into the rough, buried about 4 inches there is no way I could get to the ball, so I couldn't get any power on it, so played it back into the fairway, then hit my next into the bunker. Got out JUST, then 3 putted LOL.

I hit irons off the tee for most of the round out there and now that I have a reliable 245 yard club (WS Fybrid), I can't wait to get out there. Like any course, you'll get good and bad bounces, but the bad ones there seem really bad so the focus is even more on keeping it down the middle - no fancy stuff.

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Just yesterday I shot a 95...went quad, triple, double on 2, 3 and 4 and opened triple-triple on 10 and 11. I think we find it so shocking because there is really no other sport where individual results swing so drastically. None that I can think of anyway.
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