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    Quote Originally Posted by Toxic View Post
    Well that was fun..

    Front 9 - 3 birdies
    3 × 4points
    Front 9 total - 12 points
    OMG, zero touch with putter or short game

    Back 9
    8 × 1 pointers
    1 × 2 pointer

    Solid 22 points but Jesus it was nice to be back playing
    You had 3 birdies and 6 wipes in a 9?!?!

    Wow.
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    Had my first hit since December after an injury and was pretty wayward off the tee but struck my irons okay and putting was okay as have the puttout mat and thats the only golf ball Ive hit during recovery but 83 off the stick was a pleasant surprise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeftyHoges View Post
    You had 3 birdies and 6 wipes in a 9?!?!Wow.
    Yep, three birds, all from inside 6ft. Rest needed multiple brown paper bags

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    Crazy round!

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    First round back at Northern yesterday, course is in great shape (albeit a little wet from the rain). Finished with 36 points or 78 off the stick. 19/17 without holing any putts really. Back 9 started with a wipe and had 3 more 1 pointers, so played the other holes quite well, was just one shot on each of those holes that cost me. So nice to be out playing again though, looking forward to another round on Friday.
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    We are back in groups of 4, and got round in exactly 4 hours. Which is important, because due to a strange jobkeeper quirk the take away beer room has to close at 3.00pm. A 10.52 tee time meant we were hoping for no hold ups, and fortunately all went smoothly.

    My first beer for about 9 weeks went down smoothly too, as I played quite well for 35 points, with missed chances for a better score due to bad putting. We had to shout because the other team could smell the beer and played out of their skins, but I didn't mind.
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    29/05/2020, Oxley GC, Stableford.

    Stats: 4/14 fairways, 3/18 greens, 32 putts.
    Score: XBBBBXBXP XPPXPBBPP; 46-42-88 (+11:+5=+16); Stab 11-18-29pts.

    Another messy round, but I scrambled fairly well late to make sure it wasn't a woeful score like the last one; it helps to get it close enough to the green to give yourself a chance of scrambling.

    Driving: Struggling. I'm missing both sides, and I never felt comfortable with it today. I can adjust the settings on it, but I think the user is the problem.
    Approaches: Still really bad, and hitting it fat too often, but unlike last time there were a few glimmers of hope, including a nice one from a fairway bunker.
    Chipping: I'm trying to reduce the ways of hitting chips, so I can at least be good at one way. If I need to run it a bit, I'm experimenting with using an 8 iron instead of wedge. Overall chipping was serviceable today.
    Putting: Couldn't get the speed right early, and hit a few gettable putts too soft, so they would die at the hole. The putter finished well, with 4 one putts in the last five holes, helping to keep a respectable score. I'm also happy to say that I didn't miss anything within 4 feet after hitting hundreds of them at home over the past week; even better is that I wasn't tentative over them at all.

    Next round: Social 9 at Jindalee on Sunday. I'm open to offers for somewhere on Wednesday morning.

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    Cairns Stableford.

    76 (36pts off 4) with some in there. Ballstriking has continued to be very solid, one of these days I wont choke.

    Will be another flag.

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    #flusha

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    Hitting the irons really well today after doing some drills last night in the garage range.
    The m4 3 hybrid and the G400sft 3 wood have performed very well for me too.
    A couple of easy 1 chip 1 putt situation was not taken. Putting was ok in general. (1 3putts only)
    But the driver was not behaving having many big block shots to the right. Will go back to my G410 tomorrow and see if that helps ( Regular vs stiff flex shafts)

    30 points off 10 today.

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    29 points of utter tripe.32 won A grade.

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    28 points for me.

    We have a rule if you score less than 25 you have to buy an ugly shirt from the pro shop and wear it for the next round. 9 points for the first 9 put me under some pressure. Somehow scored 19 points for the second 9 for 28.

    3 wipes
    4 doubles
    5 bogies
    6 pars

    Shit tonne of putts


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    Single Stableford at Half Moon Bay. 35 points with 3 three putts. Started well with 20 points over the first 9 but couldn't hold it together and came home with 15 points. 4 hours and 8 minutes for the round.
    Fighting the good fight!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dcanto View Post
    Single Stableford at Half Moon Bay. 35 points with 3 three putts. Started well with 20 points over the first 9 but couldn't hold it together and came home with 15 points. 4 hours and 8 minutes for the round.
    Pretty good Dave, how you travelling over there club/ course wise? We’re ‘almost’ back to semblance of normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUSHY View Post
    Pretty good Dave, how you travelling over there club/ course wise? We’re ‘almost’ back to semblance of normal.
    Congrats on the good round today, Bushy. HMB course wise is in great nick at the moment. The club is doing okay and each week seems to get closer to being back to some semblance of normality . There is still that lack of atmosphere with the clubhouse not being open but I'm not complaining. It is what it is. How's things at CGC?
    Fighting the good fight!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dcanto View Post
    Congrats on the good round today, Bushy. HMB course wise is in great nick at the moment. The club is doing okay and each week seems to get closer to being back to some semblance of normality . There is still that lack of atmosphere with the clubhouse not being open but I'm not complaining. It is what it is. How's things at CGC?
    Very similar I think but now we’re back to 4’s it’s (at least for us) back to as normal as is going to get.

    The place is schmick though, yesterday was the best I’ve seen it in ages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUSHY View Post
    Very similar I think but now we’re back to 4’s it’s (at least for us) back to as normal as is going to get. The place is schmick though, yesterday was the best I’ve seen it in ages.
    That's good. They've been using this time to try and make a few improvements around HMB. They even took out the tree in the middle of the 18th fairway. I've lost my aiming point!
    Fighting the good fight!


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