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Best round ever, most birdies ever, and one drive hooked into a hazard away from breaking par. (Oh, and perhaps not coincidentally, it was on my birthday)

Don't feel bad it happens to the best of us. Golf does become boring once you have mastered it and there is no room for improvement. I'm going to return to the Adult film industry.

Nobody died.

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went to the mud bog & a golf game broke out.    Amazing how playing in soggy conditions affirms how poor my ball striking really is ... In dry conditions, those just a hair fat shots can be ok, but go nowhere when fairway is wet

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It's been too long to remember. We are covered in snow here in Colorado. 

I'm hoping for a thaw soon. Regardless I have a few business trips lined up in January so I can get a few rounds in. :-D

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Nice round today.... Played 22 holes and again... I had the entire course to myself! I love that!  A bit chilly, but put a couple hand warmers in my gloves and I was ready to go! Around 30 degrees and a few snow flakes... But the driver was warm! The tee box was friendly to me, but the short game not as much 

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On December 21, 2015 at 6:16 PM, 9wood said:

What was the distance on that green from where you teed off?

Nice practice round today of 22 holes. Sunny day, though a bit chilly and windy. But had the course mostly to myself. Got to working out something with my grip pressure. Add more grip pressure in the left hand and less on the right to help cure the right elbow problems and issues with early extension.

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All of my drive shots were very good today as were most of my 2nd shots using my hybrid but my pitching, chipping and putting kept me from making birdie and pars

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