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Better day today.  Ball striking was much better than the last 2 times I played.  I used one of the new Titleist white box balls (the 348 Proto (Pro V1-X)) and was very pleased with the performance tee to green (as one would expect from a premium golf ball).  Anyway, after a 37 on the front 9, I ran into a bit of trouble on #10 and #11, but was able to get back on track and card a 78 for the round.  Tomorrow is the start of our 2 day Club Championship tournament and I'm looking forward to playing.  On the negative side is that a front is moving in tomorrow late afternoon.  Should be done with play by the time it gets here, but it will have some impact on Saturday, as we're expecting up to 2 inches of rain, which will make for some sloppy fairways if that holds true.

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Walked River Heights today.  Didn't start out too hot.  Lost a few balls on the front nine on my way to a 52.

Then I hit the back nine and the wheels came off.  Parred 12 and 13 and suddenly I could barely make contact.  I even hit a tee shot off the hosel at one point.  Went +17 over the last five holes.  Seriously contemplated walking off several times on my way to a back nine 57.

Shot 109 (+37).  Just a ghastly day.  

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I was able to get in 9 holes last night after work, and decided to carry my bag, and after 9 holes my body was giving me messages... I'm just trying to decide it it was saying "you need to do that more" or "never ever do that again" 🤣.  I had a couple of shots at the end of the round that were the results of a tired back, but I managed to escape without any damage (to the score, and to my self 🙂 )

It was a nice evening for the walk, and the weather was warm but not too bad, a bit gusty - and it seemed the breeze was in my face on every hole, even though I essentially walked in a circle around the course.  

A few shots of note - 

Par 3 - 160 into the wind, I hit a 6 iron hoping it would clear the front bunker... probably my best iron swing of the day, but pulled it left of the pin - I expected it to be on the left side of the green (blind to the tee box up hill with the bunker guarding it).  I found my ball about 20 yards over the green.  No ball mark on the green to be found... so I can only assume I flew the green.  I estimate it to be a 180 carry 6 iron (which for me is unheard of).  Put a decent chip on a sandwedge and sank a 20 footer down the hill for par.  

Next hole - Par 5 - light breeze into my face TSR3 (re-weighted with the 8g slider giving me D-2 SW with PLB-L shaft), 281 yards center cut.  Hit a decent 3w that ballooned a little, but left me with about 70 yards in... pulled my wedge to the left fringe, and two putted for par. 

Next hole - long dogleg left Par 4 - similar breeze in the face from the tee - 277 yards, center.  150 remaining and hit my approach a little toward the toe... ended up just short of the green and chipped to 2 inches for a kick in par. 

Happy the way I closed out the 9 holes, a good up and down and two solid drives coming in.  Ended with an even par 36 (one bogey, one birdie).  

I have tee times tomorrow and Sunday, and hope to get an additional nine in before the end of the weekend.. for 3 rounds to post in this week's Virtual Forum Tourney. 🙂 

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On 11/2/2022 at 8:04 AM, Golfspy_TCB said:

Noise I can tune out... it is the silence that is deafening.  

 

On 11/2/2022 at 9:43 AM, Rickp said:

Yup!!

Nope!  When my wife and I play with anyone, there is always talking going on.  When I'm on the tee, my wife thinks I can't hear... partially true!!  I may not understand what they are saying, but I can hear that they are saying... something (I fear that they are talking about me because they are whispering. 😄).  So. I'm not thinking about my target.  Silence is golden for me.

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39 minutes ago, Kenny B said:

 

(I fear that they are talking about me because they are whispering. 😄).  

Even paranoid people have people out to get them! 

🙂 

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Poorly - 

 

Hit it great off the tee and then once I got to my ball it was as if I magically forgot how to swing a club or chip the ball or roll the ball on the green.  I hate playing in the morning.  Hate, hate, hate it.  

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Couple good rounds in a row.  44/41 85 at Rustic Canyon and 38/what might have been at woodley.  Had to leave the 14th green at +4.  😪.

Rustic was great.  The front was a little mediocre, mostly because of two doubles from attempting too aggressive of a play.  The back started the same, but turned at #14. 

From the blue tees is a 466 yard dogleg beast of a hole with a minimum tee shot carry of 190 yards.  That day they had the blues all the way to the back of the box so carry was more like 220.  I hit my best drive of the day, easily cleared the esa and left myself and uphill 190 yard shot to the pin.  It was short on the high side and required two putts to convert.   I consider bogey to be solid there so I wasn't upset. 

15 is an uphill par 3 to a narrow 3 tiered green.  It's 135 yards that plays like 147.  I hit long into the hill of the upper tier and watched it trickle back toward the pin and out of sight.  Before everyone gets excited, you can't see the base of the flag from the tee so no hio today. No lie, I had my hopes up, but I'll take a six inch birdie putt every day.

16 is another beast par 4.  466 yards downhill from a very windy exposed tee.  Another bogey is good enough for me on this one.

17 a nice little downhill par 3 with large but tough green..  Par

18 is a tough 437 yard dogleg finishing hole into a tough green.  Red stake ESA all down the right and ob left.  Hit a great drive the overcooked a 6 iron from 190 (hoping to bounce up) onto the wrong part of the green which pushed it all the way onto the shared practice green portion.  80 feet for birdie 😆.   Got that to within 7 and drilled the par putt.

I played what I consider the toughest stretch on the course at +1!!  Which lead into yesterday.  I wanted to see if the command I felt like I had at Rustic would continue on a much easier course.  

It absolutely did.   I was +2 after 9 and could easily have been even.   Both bogeys were from poorly aimed approach shots.  I still almost got up and down on both.  I par'd both 9 &10 for the first time ever.  Made a silly mistake on 12 to go to +3 before disaster struck.  Phone rings, my wife can't make it to pick up my daughter due to work commitments.   😱.  I raced through two more before I had to call it quits.... one par one bogey.  Standing on 15 at +4 and having to leave when you've been playing the last 4 holes at an average of around +2 for the last couple months is soul crushing.  In fairness I probably would have had to play 18 in total darkness if I had continued, but still. 

Since I made it through 14 I can technically record net par for the final 4.  Which is irritatingly enough  +2.  I can't bring myself to do it though.  If it was something I'd shot before why not, but I'm not going to record a breaking 80 round without actually doing it.   

Until next time.....

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14 minutes ago, Syks7 said:

Couple good rounds in a row.  44/41 85 at Rustic Canyon and 38/what might have been at woodley.  Had to leave the 14th green at +4.

 

... You're making me homesick. 🤪  When I spent 2 Pilot Seasons in LA, Rustic Canyon was my favorite go to course. Just such a treat when you see very little dirt was moved and you are looking at the natural craggy landscape, similar to courses in GB. But when windy it can be tough and several greens are diabolical. #17 can easily lead to a 3 putt if you are in the wrong spot on that green so good par! 

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1 hour ago, chisag said:

 

... You're making me homesick. 🤪  When I spent 2 Pilot Seasons in LA, Rustic Canyon was my favorite go to course. Just such a treat when you see very little dirt was moved and you are looking at the natural craggy landscape, similar to courses in GB. But when windy it can be tough and several greens are diabolical. #17 can easily lead to a 3 putt if you are in the wrong spot on that green so good par! 

I know.  Every time I drive up the entry road I feel giddy that I have access to such a great golf course at such a reasonable price.  As you mention it's even more impressive when you run across some predevelopment pictures of it where the topography is exactly the same minus the fairway and greens.  There's some pictures out there of the barranca/waste area in front of the first green that aside from the brush instead of green look exactly the same.  & Yes # 17 has been responsible for more three putts than I can count.  It's deceptively fast, a lot downhill, with a surprising amount of side slope from that left side into the right.  I think I'm going to buy a strackaline book just because it's so fascinating how they built the greens to look like they slope one way then they all slope toward the gate!  I'm really happy with that par on 18 too.  (First one ever for me on that hole)  It usually gives me fits.

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10 minutes ago, fozcycle said:

Best round of the year…….Shot 37/39:76 on a course where I only got 8 strokes! My Handicap index is 15.4 and today the Course Handicap is 8.

Had Two Birdies, a par 5 & par 4, 50% Up & Downs, 10 GIR for 56%, FIR 9/14 for 69% and 32 Putts.

Shots Gained were +6.46 versus 15 Handicaps.

I finished tied for 1st with +11 Points

BTW, I gamed my new 0XG 0811 XF 12* with Evenflo Riptide CB Senior shaft. Hitting the drives as straight as a clothes line!

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Well done!!!

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Well, finally made my way back on the course after 84 long days. Have gone to the driving range a few times while rehabbing my ankle injury and the results were terrible... shanking shots, no control over ball flight with random hooks and slices, just flat out bad. Through three range trips and about 75 shots each time, I hit maybe 10-15 shots that looked normal. I was pretty defeated and lost my drive to play. Up until the injury, I had been playing the best golf of my life and felt like I was well on my way to being ready to compete but now I looked like I'd never played before. My dad talked me into playing 9 holes today and it started out as bad as possible. Keep in mind my last two rounds prior to injury were 71, 75. Here I sat on the par 5 6th tee box (the hole I live on and have made birdie or eagle on for 8 straight rounds) and I am +9 with 6 putts. Something clicked, I birdied the hole after a 309 yard drive and lipped out eagle putt, and shot -2 on the last 4 holes. It was like someone literally flipped a switch, my shots went back to being crisp, having a beautiful baby draw, and I couldn't miss. Hoping it wasn't a fluke and my game is back!

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Disastrous club championship tournament for me the last 2 days.  Played 2 of my worst rounds of the year, back to back.  Weather yesterday was decent but windy and course wasn't set up ridiculously difficult, yet I exhibited poor ball striking and downright embarrassing putting.  Last night, thunderstorms and tornado watches brought about 1.5 inches of rain to the course and it was sloppy fairways/rough, wet sand traps, and the greens did not get mowed or rolled prior to play and they were very slow (by our course norms).  Again, I struck the ball poorly, although I did putt a little better.  End result was placing near the bottom of my flight.  On the plus side, scores were typically higher for everyone (except our resident ex-pro golfer) and nobody really lit it up.  None the less, I am very disappointed by my personal play.

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For those of you that read the "Weather in your neck of the woods" thread, we got a helluva wind storm yesterday and last night; lasted about 30 hours total until this evening.  Part of our town lost power early this morning.  Winds were sustained 30-50 with gusts to 65mph; some areas outside town recorded 85mph.  

My wife and I headed to the course for our 10am tee time; trees down everywhere and limbs lying all over the course...

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This big evergreen smashed our port-a-potty by the #13 tee.

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Another port-a-potty blew over by the #16 green.  Our pump house on #18 lost its removable roof used to install pumps by crane... but the dang branch on the tree behind the pump house that hangs over the fairway is STILL THERE!!  Dang it!!  I hit that branch a lot on 2nd shots!  

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When we teed off it was 46º and winds only 18-25 with gusts to 30mph.   I shot 42 on the front (+5) and EVEN par 35 on the back nine.  Hit 10 of 13 fairways and 8 GIR.  One of my better days in the wind in a long time.

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54 minutes ago, cjeffs12 said:

Shot the best round of my life so far today. I shot a 76, so close to achieving one of my goals for the year of breaking 75. My swing is feeling amazing, my pro had me feeling a caddy drag to start my takeaway, and it is really working wonders. I am trying to play a fade, and it’s not quite a fade, but it’s keeping it very straight or a slight draw. The ball striking has never been better, I am loving my irons! I have also made a huge equipment change, I’ve change to the Z Star, the Pro V1x was too much spin on my irons, and the Chrome Soft X LS caused to many fliers and I struggle around the greens with the LS. The Z Star give me the right amount of spin but plenty of control around the greens. I have been getting up and down a lot more. I have also stopped keeping track of my round on the grint app during play, and only using my score card. This way I am not seeing my score as I go, and only focusing on my shots. 6 of my last 7 rounds have been 80 or better, so I am loving where my game is trending. 
 

SCORE: 76

FIR: 7/14

GIR: 11/18

PUTTS: 32

Congratulations on the personal best! I'm happy to see all the work you've been putting in is starting to bear fruit. 

You'll break 75 like that in no time.

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29 minutes ago, sirchunksalot said:

Congratulations on the personal best! I'm happy to see all the work you've been putting in is starting to bear fruit. 

You'll break 75 like that in no time.

Thank you!

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It was a georgeous day in Ohio today.... 68* and slightly overcast... perfect for golf. I started out terrible on the front 9. The greens were like putting a snot puck on ice...lol. I shot a +12 for 46 on the front. I finally got a handle on the speed of the greens on the back. I shot a +1 for 36 on the back for a total of 82. If only I could have figured it out a bit sooner....LOL. This could be the last round of the year for me. We'll see.

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Got out to Mill Creek in Geneva for an outing today.  My buddy Kevin invited Owen and I to join him and a friend but Owen's been ill so he was replaced by another friend of Kevin's, then Kevin's first friend got sick this morning so it was just three of us.  Still with me? Good.

I'd never played Mill Creek before.  There are several blind tee shots, lots of water and generally tricky conditions.  Still breezy this morning and the most evil pin positions I've ever seen.  Flags on the edge of ridges or a foot from the front fringe, etc.

I didn't play too bad.  Struggled a bit on the first few holes but the I was pretty steady.  As the alcohol kicked in with my partners I wound up being the consistent option on the back nine. 

We finished -7.  Winning team went -18.  Based on the wind and the pin locations I'm a little skeptical 🧐.  But at any rate, a solid round and some good fun with a couple good dudes.  If I don't manage to get out again, it was a great capper to the season.

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Played on Fri & Sat as we are having some gorgeous 70+ degree weather right now. Friday I played an easier course, because my MIL gave me a free pass I needed to use before season end. It's called Creekwood, and I do play it occassionally as the people are nice, it's affordable, not crowded, and the greens are fantastic. I shot 37-37 for 74 with 4 birdies. Got hung up on the back behind a 4-some, so I skipped #14 and just played 18 twice. That 4-some was 3 holes behind a 5-some, as I caught them on the 17th green.

Saturday was probably the last round of the year at Sleepy Hollow (Stanley Thompson, top 10 muni in US) with @MaxEntropy. I couldn't do too much right with wild drives, chunked irons, and 3-putts aplenty for a +9 44 on the front, one of my worst 9-holes of the year. However, I figured something out on the back for a 38 with my lone birdie. so overall an 82 isn't the worst score ever. The 40mph+ winds probably didn't help either. But I really drove the ball poorly for almost the entire day. Finally hit decent drives on #10, 13, 16, and 18. 

The focus on my game for next season - driver consistency & wedge proximity. Maybe I get to play 9 more before the weather turns on Friday.

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