martinkop wrote: »
Never seen such joy and happiness on the faces of grown men!!!! Great to be back out.
Surprised at how I played reasonably ok, and seems a common response in our place. People probably playing better as they didn't care just happy to be out.
33pts playing off 16; driving well, irons ok, putting ok, chipping poor
Roll on Friday!!!
FixdePitchmark wrote: »
I'm finding this an interesting part - how well so many are playing. I know there is almost a cliché - that a break is good.
But - I wonder is there any actual cases where a break works for some golfers.
I guess it is very different golf too - as you are playing for fun - and was often said to me in here. Massive difference with a real card in your hand.
blue note wrote: »
I had my swing ready in my head for some really good golf. Basically, if I could just relax while swinging I'd shoot about 10 shots better a round (I had a lot of shots to work with). But I've lost that feeling now. Sure we'll see what happens on Saturday!
God I miss skiing!
PARlance wrote: »
so the moral victory went to myself
tommyombomb wrote: »
First full 18 holes today after playing 15 holes on Monday and Wednesday. Shot 21pt off 18 handicap(feel this is too low but prefer to work to it). Ended up with ahooting 105. Feel i am playing really well (for my level). Definately can see two spots of madness that cost me 5 shots. Never broke 100 but feel within next few rounds i will be there
Also i three putt or greater 10 times which is shocking, feel it is killing me. I just cant read a slope and even when i do, i mess it up. Aim is to get a putting lesson and potential fitting. Feel like too many ways to putt so hard to focus on one thing. Had four birdie putts with two within 10 foot, didnt get any birdie but few pars overall.
faffingaround wrote: »
How many putts total?! Scores will come tumbling down when you sort that out