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i didnt have to take the ball mark tool out of my pocket all day... cuz i was not hitting greens...

whats yours?...

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Funny one!

It's a bad day at golf, when.... You run out of balls by the turn, and have to buy a $20 per sleeve balls at the pro shop.

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I thought it was going to be a really bad day when I was waiting to tee off on #1 and my left shoulder popped out while I was taking practice swings.

I popped it back in, and it actually turned out to be one of the best rounds I ever had at that time because I was swinging really easy and crushing the ball.

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When it's super sunny and you didn't get a tan [always under trees for those who don't get it]

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Bad golf day?

Seems like an oxymoron to me. LOL

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Originally Posted by turtleback

Bad golf day?

Seems like an oxymoron to me. LOL


I think I'm with Turtle on this one! Although it could be a bad golf day when you bring home more bug bites from the tall stuff than balls in the bag.

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when you realize you have forgotten your wedge on the last hole but youve been chipping so bad that you really dont care to go back and get it.

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- Your hitting 5 off the first tee even though you were aiming towards another fairway to avoid the O/B on the first 2 tee shots.

- You aim left expecting a fade but hit a draw. You then aim right and hit the fade.

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You are lying 7 on a par three hole going over a pond and you have not even left the drop zone yet.

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After hitting well on the range, your first drive slices, hooks/etc etc.

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Originally Posted by Grumpter

- You aim left expecting a fade but hit a draw. You then aim right and hit the fade.

Happened to me 4 times Sunday morning because I'm hard headed. Broken index finger has completely changed my swing, I haven't even pulled my driver/3w out of the bag the last two rounds, I've played my hybrid 4 from the tee because it's the most distance I can hit straight right now. Every day has been a "bad day" recently but it's better than not being out at all.

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You get off the range and say to yourself, "Yea, I may need 2 sleeves of balls today"

LOL

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- Starting the round with a bogie/double/triple

- Paired up with a NASCAR fan (That's what I call loud-mouth golfers who wear jeans/t-shirts and have no clue about golf rules/etiquette)

- Forgetting something at home that you were stoked that you had ready to bring with you (snacks/beverage/towel/sleeve of balls/new golf glove/etc)

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Originally Posted by Darksun22

You get off the range and say to yourself, "Yea, I may need 2 sleeves of balls today"

LOL


only two?

I generally buy a dozen and have to bum one or two off my buddies before the round is over.

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Your wife has already called you three times, and you're only on the second hole.

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you find half of last weeks sandwich in your bag... eewwww.  Gross!

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Originally Posted by turtleback

Bad golf day?

Seems like an oxymoron to me. LOL


ditto..

As the saying goes, a bad day of golf beats a good day at work.

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