Had to think a bit as most rounds have memorable (good and bad) shots. To date these are the worst of the worst and best of the best:
Worst: #1 Tee shot at a local coarse - hard pull left through the trees and nearly hit the ladies getting ready to tee on #10. Wanted to just pick up my ball and walk on back. They politely pointed out where my ball was and I played from there, back through the trees for a double bogey 6.
Best: #7 Approach different day, different course - tee shot was just perfect as I laid up next to the ditch that crossed the fairway. Took the 4h, played a tick back in the stance to keep it low to clear some limbs. Ball comes out and I see it land on the green. Pretty excited as it is the first GIR I've had on this hole. Get to the green and it is 15" short of an eagle 2, settled for a nice birdie.
think the worst was when I was asked to be last second replacement at a co-ed Chapman. I had been playing extremely well. Get there, turns, out the person who needed a partner was a recent college golfer whose Dad was among the US people who worked on the new rules changes...but hey, i was going to carry my weight as well as I had been playing.
Hole 1, I snap hook my tee shot into the driving range.
Hole 2, par 3 I pure it straight over the flag, over the green, into the pond.
Hole 3 fade right...directly behind a tree.
Hole 4 I again push my tee shot into the trees...
In fact, the first good shot I hit was on hole 7, the long drive hole where I crush my driver, win the long drive contest by a good margin...and it leaves her, despite being in the fairway, with trees overhanging her approach shot...conversely, it was the only hole she missed the fairway by about 3 yards, had she not she would have won the female side of the long drive.
So while I am looking like I don't know how to play, she is setting me up in the fairway close to the hole again and again and again...we won the tournament going away, no thanks to my tee shots. Ego crushing round for sure.
I did not think I was going to play at her level...but I also thought at some point I would contribute...it was not "one shot" but it felt like one as tee after tee was just a continuation.