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Only 14 putts for 9 holes, thanks to some decent chip shots

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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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I was surprised at how well I played.

(9 hole par 35 course, probably my best round ever.

Started, bogey, par, bogey, birdie (on a par 5), par... Oh my, 1 over through 6

Finished, double, double, birdie... 4 over for 9.)

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Good shots but lousy score.

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Took my time, concentrated on every shot except one and that was the only one I blew out of play.

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I can do it in one word but will refrain myself.   I am playing this afternoon and will post later.


Looking forward to a diary update. :-P

(I have an 8:30 tee time tomorrow.)

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Mr DC, truly a sight to behold. A man beaten. The once great champion, now.. a study in mopishness.

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