Just got in 9 after work with my daughter. 41 for me with one birdie and she had a 55. She started out struggling but turned it on at the end. She had a better score than me on 2 holes, 2 pars vs 2 bogies for me. This was my birdie shot:
Played a 12 hole course in Winchester called Scenic View yesterday after work. It was hot and we walked. Last couple of holes, I was out of juice. I shot a 54 (par is 46). Not too bad I guess. Best shot was on hole #8. Lost my drive to the right and thru some really tall trees. Ended up in #4 fairway. Got over to my ball and there was a wall of very tall trees between me and the green. Pulled out my AW, opened it up a tad, swung hard and the darn ball ended up on the green! Lipped my birdie putt around the hole and made par. When I was staring up at that row of trees, I thought par was out of the question, much less a birdie putt. Goes to show why you should never give up on a hole after a bad shot. I tell my daughter every bad shot is a chance to make an awesome recovery shot.
I only played 9 this morning . There were so many foursomes that playing through wouldnt have done any good , haha. Its been raining here for 7 days straight so everybody was ready to get out and play. I shot 40 heading out. Not too great but it was tough to get a rhythm going. Gonna hit em at 6 am in the morning and play some dewy golf. Going after a round in the 70's again !!
41 out-42 in.....It felt worse than that. Putting was good but tee to green was terrible. No GIR's hardly. Hard to play good golf that way. I got up and down a lot but wasnt hittin em to good. Will do better next time.
Nice round @KennyC. I played a really cool "game" i guess you would call it today and shot 90. Ive heard of this before but never thought I would ever try it. One of the PGA teachers at the course talked me into playing a round with only my 7-iron and a putter. Wasnt keen on the idea really until he said it was on him , haha. It was fun actually. By the end of the round i was hitting my 7-iron about 160 and accurate as ive ever been. Never thought you could shoot 90 with only one club. You can do anything with a 7-iron