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shot a 92 today. had to par 18 to shoot 89 and made 8. i did have 6 pars and a birdie though. my trend is now an 18.1 with two scores in the 80's that haven't been put in
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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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Even 72. One over on the front. One under on the back. Birdied 10 and 11, bogeyed 14. Second best round of the year.

Oh, I played the entire round with the New Callaway Tour i . I crushed drives and stuck irons all day. I had only 27 putts. The ball looked brand new after the round. DAMN GOOD BALL.
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Shot 43 / 48 for a 91. Been playing for 1 year 9 months, almost broke 90 for the first time, but got the yips because I knew I was close.

Missed a short putt for bogey on 16, went into the drink from the tee on 17 had another double, finished with bogey....

so close yet so far


the funny thing is I played the back 9 again for practice, shot a 46, live and learn.
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I've been on a roll lately. Been 9 under through my last three rounds. Two under, Two under, and went 5 under yesterday. Had seven 3s on my back nine yesterday. I've birdied our number 2 handicap hole each of the three rounds. Each time had a 6 iron in, and stuck it to no more than 10 feet each time.

I had a swing revelation the day I shot my first 2 under, it it seems to be working out quite nicely.
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Not so good 82 today, fell apart a little on the back with 5 bogeys in a row. That really screwed me. Ball striking was off today.. not much to say about this round.
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I've been on a roll lately. Been 9 under through my last three rounds. Two under, Two under, and went 5 under yesterday. Had seven 3s on my back nine yesterday. I've birdied our number 2 handicap hole each of the three rounds. Each time had a 6 iron in, and stuck it to no more than 10 feet each time.

That's amazing.

I shot 77 today. 40 (+4) 37 (+1) at Stagg Hill (muni) in Manhattan, KS. Nothing great today. Ho-hum.
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For me it's just great to get out on a course once in a while -- mostly I've been on the range for my first three years.

Took my oldest son (13) out for his second time on a golf course, and it was great to see him finally connecting with some drives, and not too far from the green either.

As for me, a 4 on a par four, and 4 on a par 3 and a few 'meltdown' 8s. Wedges/Sand wedge are my achilles heel right now.
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Avalon in Berlington, WA. Tournament. Weather was nasty. Pouring rain. Standing water from Tee to green. Everyone shot junk, I just happen to shoot less junk than the rest. 1st place with gross 83/net 71 and 1 kp for bonus.
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Shot an 84 at my home course http://www.bloomingdalegolf.com (6651 yards, 72.0-130 rating). I was content with the score considering the difficulty of the course. But I double bogeyed the 18th by missing a short putt, which is the last impression of my round and the impression that sticks with me. Oh well, there's always next time.
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72 at salem hills golf club, salem, mi on Saturday. hadn't been putting well all year .. finally had a round with 29 putts .. 6 birdies including 3 in a row on the front, 4, 5, 6 .. 6 was as 30 footter that I snaked in..

could've easiliy been in red numbers if it wasn't for 12 and 13 .. 12 I was 100 yards after a 320 drive .. out and chunked a sand wedge .. made bogey.

13 i was 150 out ... chunked a 9 iron into the water made double.

all in all i was happy with the round except those two holes. even par is always good :)
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Shot an all new best score for me yesterday at my local course. Shot an 80! (a 8.5 handicap) the course from the mids is 70.7 rating with 123 slope. I had 12 pars a definate record for myself and 8 of them were 1 putts anywhere from 8 feet and in. Putting was dialed right in best game of my life so far! started on the back nine and was 3 over, then on the front i was 5 over.
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73 at Whispering Woods . Took 17 putts on the front nine, but turned it around by taking only 10 on the back nine en route to a 35. I think 73 is my best ever at Whispering Woods (or ties it at least) and 35 on the back nine I don't think I've ever done - usually I have a better front nine.

Hit 6/7 and 2/7 fairways.
Hit 6/9 and 2/9 greens (though most weren't missed by much).
Hit another drive to the bottom of the hill on 17 - about 330 by distance (and a big downhill slope that adds 30-40 yards).
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