Yesterday I and 3 friends played Palm Harbor golf course, which is in Palm Coast, between St. Augustine and Daytona. The back 9 was closed due to many trees being down from the hurricane, so we had to play the front 9 twice.
The first 9, I shot 39, which included one miraculous shot, on a par 4, where I yanked my second shot into some trees on the left. The ball hit a tree limb, bounced off, flew on to the green and wound up 6 feet from the hole. I holed the putt for birdie.
Second 9, the wind really picked up, and I shot 44. I can't really blame the wind, though. I just didn't play as well.
So, 39 + 44 = 83.
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Hi Everyone, I'm off school sick today so not wasting my time by joining this forum. I've been reading some posts for a while now but didn't get around to joining. I've been playing since I was 7 yrs old and am addicted already. Played Gracehill in Northern Ireland on Sunday past with our society...Beautiful course but a lot of water hazards. Played in the Irish Junior Open in the summertime ands was a great experience although was not on my best form that day. I love playing new courses. One of my favourites is Holywood, Co Down which is Rory McIlroy's home course.This is me and my friend Nathan at Holywood, I'm in the red. Bye for now.
I get up at 3:15am to go to gym, come home and prep for my Sunday morning life group (I lead our college class at church), get kids up & ready for school, go to work, come home unwind, and go to bed. My discretionary time, like most dad's with younger families, is very limited and I will always put what little time that I have for myself to golf. I probably get out to play 1-2/month and get to the range as much.