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Biggest Front 9 to Back 9 Disparity?


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36/52, years ago. It started on the 10th hole after I got a lost ball and had to run back to the tee to hit again (it was a tournament). That got me all flustered and I played like a big baby for the rest of the round.

I'm going to guess the "shoot good front nine then collapse epically on the back" routine is a bit more common then the other way around.
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Largest recent was last fall.... 33-43 for 76. It was my lowest 9 holes ever (actually lowest 11 holes at -3), so in that respect it was great, but from the 11th hole on I shot bogey golf. The swing just went away... suddenly I couldn't get off the tee.
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my biggest difference this season was the 1st time I went out after a long winter....

shot a 54 on the front...
shot a 42 on the back........

the reason I shot so bad on the front is I lost $15.00 between the 1st and 2nd holes...and I was very upset about it.....I took a 7 on holes 3 and 4, (but Par 4's) just wasn't into playing.
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