Yes, I have a mental "ringer" score at Leslie Park. 16 birdies, an eagle (par 4) and an ace for -20, or 52. It took me a fair amount of time to birdie every hole. Then in the past couple years I holed out for eagle on #8 and aced #17 in 2018. I am not long enough to reach the par 5's so any improvement will need another fortunate hole out.
**If this is in the wrong spot, please move it (to rules or equipment maybe).
Found an interesting write up giving some pretty strong and good reasons why extended lines on the golf ball (used for putting) is not in the spirit of the rules, although nothing is mentioned directly against it. Read the article and post your thoughts on the topic, and answer the poll as well.
Why marking your golf ball with an alignment line should be prohibited
The act of applying a line to your ball with the intent to help with alignment isn’t specifically addressed in the rules. But it feels unfair.