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Well, lower scores are better in golf, so best golfers, like pros, would usually shoot birdies and pars in their rounds.

 

Some of my better playing friends would often have pars and bogeys in their score card, and I’ve done it only few times.

 

For me, I more often hit a birdie and then hit a double par in the next hole.

 

So, in the past, my best(?) mix was from birdie to quadruple bogey, -1,0,1,2,3,4 in a single score card.

 

Then yesterday, I shot an eagle on a 479 yard par 5. My third shot was from about 103 yards, and it just went into the hole after it landed on the green. It was hole 12 of Rancho Bernardo Inn Golf Course.

 

I might just post about my eagle if it were my average day, but yesterday was one of my worst days on the course, so after finishing 18 holes, I have -2,-1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 on my score card.

 

This doesn’t have any significance in golf, but I think this is still very unique experience, what do you think?

 

 

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I played in a 36 hole event about 18 years ago, and the wind was blowing about 35mph+.  My card had every number on it from 1-9. I made my only ace that day, and also birdied a par 3. I also made a few "others" due to the conditions..  I should have kept the card.

 

 

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Congrats on the eagle.

The other day I had a 3 on a par 3, and then triple bogeyed a par 4, as well as having a double bogey on a par 5, so anything from a 3 to a 7 on the card.

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Hmm I've had a birdie on a par 4 and a 10 on a par 5 in the same round... water on both sides of the landing area that is only 50 yards wide use to scare me big time and I put 2 into the water.

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I think I had a round with 2-10. 

It was, uhh, not a good round. I put two on the water on a par 5 and then two in the water on a par 4 for the 9 and 10. I think I ended up shooting 92. I had a lot of Birdies but the two quintuples derailed the round. 

 

If if you didn't have to have all of the numbers in between, it would be a 2 and a 15. It was one of my first times playing a regulation golf course. I couldn't for the life of me get over the pond in front of the par 5. I eventually hacked AROUND the pond and ended up with a 15. 

And I made a lucky birdie on a par 3. 

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I played in a 36 hole event about 18 years ago, and the wind was blowing about 35mph+.  My card had every number on it from 1-9. I made my only ace that day, and also birdied a par 3. I also made a few "others" due to the conditions..  I should have kept the card.
 
 

Wow. Mine translates to 3 to 9 only. Ace with wind that strong! Amazing.


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Congrats on the eagle.
The other day I had a 3 on a par 3, and then triple bogeyed a par 4, as well as having a double bogey on a par 5, so anything from a 3 to a 7 on the card.

Thanks. 3 to 7 sounds like my usual numbers too.


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Thanks. 3 to 7 sounds like my usual numbers too.


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Yeah, my usual numbers are 3-6 with an occasional 2 or rare 7. I don't make many bogies but I really need to work on making birdies. 

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3-12...!😳

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Hmm I've had a birdie on a par 4 and a 10 on a par 5 in the same round... water on both sides of the landing area that is only 50 yards wide use to scare me big time and I put 2 into the water.

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3 and 10, that’s really a big difference over two holes..


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Well the same 18-hole round consisted of everything from a 2 to a 9.  The day started amazing with birdie on the second hole and a 37 on the front nine.  I then proceeded to shoot a 55 on the back 9 for a 92.  At the time I have never broke 80 before and after the 37 on the front it was in my head and the nerves got to me.  After a few bad holes my confidence was gone as was my game.  There were a few holes I barely made it off the tee box!  A day I would like to forget for sure.

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Well the same 18-hole round consisted of everything from a 2 to a 9.  The day started amazing with birdie on the second hole and a 37 on the front nine.  I then proceeded to shoot a 55 on the back 9 for a 92.  At the time I have never broke 80 before and after the 37 on the front it was in my head and the nerves got to me.  After a few bad holes my confidence was gone as was my game.  There were a few holes I barely made it off the tee box!  A day I would like to forget for sure.

Almost forgot to mention this course has no water or sand.  Just trees and o.b. on the perimeter of the course!

 

 

 

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Not sure of individual holes but did shoot 77 in a tournament with a 47-30 split. I was a bit under the weather from a late night and started my round with three quads until I righted the ship. Actually birdied 8 and 9 to post the respectable 47.


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I think I had a round with 2-10. 
It was, uhh, not a good round. I put two on the water on a par 5 and then two in the water on a par 4 for the 9 and 10. I think I ended up shooting 92. I had a lot of Birdies but the two quintuples derailed the round. 
 
If if you didn't have to have all of the numbers in between, it would be a 2 and a 15. It was one of my first times playing a regulation golf course. I couldn't for the life of me get over the pond in front of the par 5. I eventually hacked AROUND the pond and ended up with a 15. 
And I made a lucky birdie on a par 3. 


Wow. We all have bad days, I guess..


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Not sure of individual holes but did shoot 77 in a tournament with a 47-30 split. I was a bit under the weather from a late night and started my round with three quads until I righted the ship. Actually birdied 8 and 9 to post the respectable 47.


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30! Wow... 47-30 must feel nice, definitely better than 30-47..


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30! Wow... 47-30 must feel nice, definitely better than 30-47..


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The 30 was nice, not so much on the 47.


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