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Hey, so i just started playing golf last summer (2014) at the age of 17. I started with just my grandpa's used knock off ping irons. By the end of the summer my goal was to break 90 and i did (89). Due to the Canadian weather i stopped playing at the end of September and just started again this past June. Since then until now i have got my handicap down to a 7.7. I just turned 18. Is it really good that in 9 months i have gotten down to a 7.7? This summer i played about 3 times a week and through September and October about once a week. Thanks, Jordan
It seems like most serious golfers, at one time or another, want to be “single digit” players. Of course, once one has achieved that status it becomes a fight to be a low “single digit”, then scratch, then plus... One problem with this progression is we can’t even truly agree as to what “single digit” means. I read a post where a player was quite elated to have reached an index of 9.9 and now felt he was a “single digit” golfer. Another poster quickly added that 9.4 needed to be achieved as that produced “9” when rounded off. In fact, 9.4 does indeed produce a “9” when placed into the