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2 double bogeys at Vistoso on the northside of Tucson and finished with a 78. Lipped out 3 birdie putts in the first 4 holes and probably 6 all day. Such crap. Could have been even so easily. Played well. I've played this course a couple times.

Sunday played Ventana Canyon's Mountain Course. Never played the mountain course there before. Unbelievably beautiful and a really fun course. 38 on the front with 1 double, a bogey and a birdie. Fell apart on the back. Very hot and I was tired from partying the night before. In Tucson for a bachelor party. 42. 80 wasnt THAT bad but still not good at all. I need to get my 3 wood working. That club is guaranteed 300yds off the tee but I havent hit a wood in 3 years so I need practice.
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Had the game of my life this morning. Shot my age - 68. Par   4   4   4   3   5   4   5   3   4   36     4   3   5   3   4   4   5   4   4    36   72 Me    4   4   3   2   5   3   6   2   4 

41-39-80 at Stoneleigh Golf & CC other than a topped first drive and a couple of 3 putts played pretty well in a windy day with @GolfLug @billchao @Hardspoon And the Aimpoint class with

CAREER BEST! Played my home course. Birdie at 1 to get the day rolling and never looked back. 3 birds on the front to one bogey to play the front -2. Had 2 birdies and 2 bogeys on back for an even bac

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Shot 84 today, couldn't putt worth a darn. It's hard to get used to Arizona greens, they're much faster than Missouri.

I figured out the greens a little better today and shot 77 at Troon North (fantastic course).

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I played at a little course in Oakham, MA called Quail Hollow that I actually kinda like. It's got a pretty fun back nine (only not fun to walk). I played here Saturday, and then just got back from 18 today.

Shot +11, 81 Saturday, and then +9, 79 today.

12 bogeys, 3 birdies today. The only good thing was the 3 birdies. I've discovered that my putter is now my favorite club in the bag. I'm starting to love it again.
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86(+16) today. Played the best nine of my life on the front posting a 38(+3). Then the whole round just fell apart. Started out the back with two bogies, a double, a par, two more doubles, a bogey, my first triple of the year, and then a bogey for a 48 on the back.

I'm just really frustrated due to the fact I had my lowest nine hole score ever on the front followed by the worst nine hole score of the year on the back. I just had to shoot a 41 on the back which I can easily do and found myself in the 70's for the first time in my career.

To make matters worse, I was playing a guy who I have played with at least 30 times in the past year and have never beaten him in 18 holes. I was up 8 after 13 holes, then he cut it to 5 after 15 and I blew that five stroke lead in the last three holes. He beat me by nine strokes over the final five holes to beat me once again.
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Shot a 77 (+5) today. Was a course I really wanted to break 80 on today. Tough front (42), and I thought it was gonna be a hard come around for me to make it. Birdied 10, 13, 15, with bogeys on 11 and 14 to come back in -1 (35). Felt real good
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58 on a 9 hole par 36. My game has fallen apart. I can not hit anything longer then a 7 iron. Hooking, Chunking, Pushing I am doing it all. My game is a disaster the last 2 weeks
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picked up a club for the first time in 3 weeks yesterday (frustrating that i haven't played) and it showed. shot an 82. played another 18 this evening and shot a 76. was -1 after the first 9. that usually tends to happen. do well on the front and then lose it on the back. its like i have some sort of golf ADD
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Played a course for the first time today. The Fariways had a ton of winter kill still lingering but starting to comeback. Shot 80, my buddy and I were playing for the first time and a little local knowledge would have helped. It was so hot that when we teed off at 2 we pretty much were alone. We hung around a little hoping a regular would show to guide us and school us a little, but no such luck. Wasted good shots on a Par three that while the green was wide, I have never seen one shallower, 14 paces front edge to back severe drop off long. Hit a pond with a drive that was just over a hill. Other than that it was a testy track that we'll play again, hopefully with a better result, and a guide. LOL!
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36 (even par) for 9 holes this morning. Everything has been working lately. I feel like my game is in "mid-season" form. Of course you never know when it will disappear again. Such is my love-hate relationship with this game.

A friend of mine said: "golf is like a woman. Pay not enough attention and she'll get mad (i.e., your game will go south). And just when you think you got it figured out and get comfortable, BAM!!! she'll through a curve (i.e., your game will go south)"
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Shot a 109 at the local Par 65 course today. Didn't get the score I wanted, but I was getting the ball in the air and had some good shots. Still can't hit my irons as far as I should though.
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Shot a 76 (+6) on a really tight course today (Rancho Manana in Scottsdale AZ). Putted pretty decently again today with 29 putts. First time ever I've broken 80 on back to back rounds!
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Shot a 44 for 9 this morning. I've been hovering around the 45-49 mark lately for 9 holes.

It's frustrating because I know it could be better, if it wasn't for the 2nd hole, a Par 3 that I triple bogeyed.

But I did sink a 50 foot putt for par on the 7th, so all good!

I feel that if I could only keep my head in the game on every shot I could shoot low 40s and maybe, just maybe a 39!

As you can read I play 9 holes alot more often then 18.

Heading to Bluff Point this weekend for an 18!
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I played TPC Tampa Bay yesterday. Shot a 97!....when you got away from the fairway, the rough was horrific! I started out Par, Par, then all went downhill. For some reason, I was pulling to the left......this made for a forgettable round.

The course is in terrific shape.......greens were off the meter!
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Damn. Very nice. I need a to get a few rounds under par. I don't care what anyone says, 30 would be pretty decent. Work on those putts.
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