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Historical Par Streak (For Me at Least)

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14 minutes ago, p1n9183 said:

I played this weekend at my home course (6550 yards, 70.2 rating, par 72). On Saturday i played solid and score 72(E) but the funny thing is that all 18 holes i score Par.
This was the first time in my life i did that and the 2nd time with a bogey free round.

On Sunday after Par on the 1st hole I called it 19 to my playing partners. I kept doing that on the next holes that i also pared. The streak came to and end on the 6th hole where i made a birdie from 20 feet (yes, thankfully i didn´t end it with bogey or worst). So finally i pared 23 holes in a role.
Ended the round 71(-1) for a pretty good weekend overall.

Are there some more good streak in the TST worth telling? 

I have no story like that at all but wanted to say congrats. That's a hell of a streak. :beer:

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Very cool!  Congrats!

 I have no idea what my par streak is, but I’ve never had a bogie free round.  Longest birdie streak is 3 a few times....

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I think I got par on 18 straight once when I was playing Tiger Woods golf on playstation. 

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Thats actually quite amazing. 18 consecutive pars has to be one of the rarest things you can do in golf. Ive never come close to that. I think the most consecutive pars I've ever had in one round was 12. Theres always a dreaded birdie or bogey in there someplace. 

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Congrats on the 18 pars. That is something to be very proud of.  😀

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Thanks guys! yes it was a pritty unique round. I think @iacas did one round like this aswell.
Breaking it down I hit 12 GIR, 6 up/down and just 2 birdie oportunities inside 10 feet (missed of course).

Evidence if needed in the image.

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I played with my father once when he did that exact thing, it was pretty cool. I have had 16 pars in a round, although not all in a row. I have had a few bogey free rounds.

Congratulations!

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Personal best was 11 in a row including all the back 9. I got done and said that it was fun. My buddy said it was fun to watch. Congrats on a great round. 

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Wow, I’ve always been really happy about my 5 straight pars to start a round until I read some of thes posts lol. I shot my career low of 83 that day so ther were obviously a few double bogies in there as well.

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My way of playing golf just favor a lot of Pars I think.

This weekend I made 21 Pars in a row again.
On Saturday i made 37(+1) in the front 9 with par in the 9th hole. Made 9 pars on the back for a 73(+1).
On Sunday i made eleven straigth pars till the bogey on the 12th hole. 

That bogey was like unboxing the pandora Box.. from 12th hole to 18th i did 0 pars. Bogey, Birdie, Double, Birdie, Birdie, Bogey, Bogey. 74(+2). My playing partner said that it was boring to see me playing golf before the final rollercoster.  

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My best round I had an even PAR over front 9 -1x bogey 1x Birdie 7 pars then my TM R11 broke and didn't have 3w at the time so had to use my 5H to tee off for the next 9 (which also had the two longest PAR5's) lost my head and posted a 47 !!!! with only 1 more par ... my lip was fair dragging on the ground

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