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    Quote Originally Posted by BobsYourUncle View Post
    Really slow start this morning, was out of contention early after opening with 5 straight bogies.

    BBBBBpbBB-PPPBPbPPB 78/33 points

    Tee to green was poor - I only hit 3 GIRs. Chipping and putting was good though - only 27 putts.
    Short game saved a bad blow out ................................... interesting
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    6 months ago I would not have said short game was a strength of mine, but it's come a long way lately. In a bit of a slump otherwise at the moment - need to get that fixed before champs. I feel like I'm not far away from some very good golf. Might need to take my 5i out of the bag though, I just can't hit it at the moment and it's in my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobsYourUncle View Post
    6 months ago I would not have said short game was a strength of mine, but it's come a long way lately. In a bit of a slump otherwise at the moment - need to get that fixed before champs. I feel like I'm not far away from some very good golf. Might need to take my 5i out of the bag though, I just can't hit it at the moment and it's in my head.
    BYU, the forgiving cavity 4 iron then more bladed 6 iron gap is a good way to go. You can always grip down a bit on the 4 if you need a 5iron distance, or step on the 6 (ball back etc. - you know this stuff) in a no head-wind condition

    at TTG I use my 5 iron blade for a Par 3 but off the tee and for layup shots on Par 5's and/or recovery from trees. If there is a bit of wind I will grip down on the 4 (forgiving hollow back) and play more of a knockdown; its a great shot in the wind but does run out a bit
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    29. Lots of putts

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    18/20 38 off 2

    Had a hit with benno_r at Maryborough this morning. We played in a 4 in carts and got around in 2 hrs 25. We were low level flying.


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    Quote Originally Posted by backintheswing View Post
    18/20 38 off 2Had a hit with benno_r at Maryborough this morning. We played in a 4 in carts and got around in 2 hrs 25. We were low level flying.
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    18/02/2021, Oakey GC, Solo.

    Stats: 5/13 fairways, 4/18 greens, 27 putts.
    Score: PXBPPBbPB PXPPBBXPP; 39:43:32 (+4:+7:+11). Played to 13.2.

    I'm still struggling with drives and approaches, although 40kph winds didn't help, but scrambled around okay except for a couple of holes where a shank from good position destroyed the hole. The low chip and putter were going alright though.

    Next round: Wolston Park on Sunday.
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    18/02/2020 Forbes - Stroke - Nett 74

    Stats: 64% Fairways, 28% Greens - 29 Putts
    Score BPBDBPPDB BBPPPPBPP 44:39:: 83 (+8:+3:+11) Slope 123 Scratch 73

    A game of two halves in the driving department, hit one fairway on the front nine, after continually pulling everything left, than on the back nine couldn't miss a fairway...its a funny game!
    Solid putting on the back nine returned a good nine to recover from the front nine mess a little.
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    Round 2 of match play knockout.Thanks for the week off covid.
    Started with a loss on one of only 3 holes I didn't have to give a shot on,but got it back 2 holes later.Giving 15 shots against someone can be tough,especially when they are in a purple patch.Kept plugging away,but hard to win holes.Was 1 down after 9 and feeling good,but then 2 down after 10.Can drain you a bit when par isn't good enough to half.Was staying in touch with 2 to go,1 down,then made an excellent chip on 17 to hold par for a win,then par on 18 was good enough for a win,and the match 1 up.Their was some awesome shots played today,and I had to shoot a 5 over 76 to get the W.
    Next week I am giving up 20 shots

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    Nice win, 20 shots will be a challenge.
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    21/02/2021, Wolston Park GC, Blue Tee, Stableford.

    Stats: 6/11 fairways, 6/18 greens, 31 putts.
    Score (B9 first): PBBPPPBXP PBBBBPBBP; 37:41:78 (+5:+6:+11). Played to 13.7.

    Much better ball striking today, with one of the best days with the current driver, and some good iron shots too, particularly off the tee. Unfortunately, there was the occasional shocker that crept in costing shots. Positive signs though.

    Pace of play today was "interesting". First off the 10th in a group of two, getting around that nine in under 90min, then we had a 30+ min wait before we could tee of the first, and the second nine took an additional 2.25 hr. Painful!

    Next round: Same again next Sunday.

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    Went out with 13 points in a gross display of putting around together. Hit it OOB on the first just to kick it off.

    Turned and came home in 1 under for 21 points. Seems to be the standard thing the last few weeks.


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    Was one of four choppers who played Brisbane on Thursday

    4 OB’s at Nudgee yesterday

    6 GIR at RQ today and they were in a row.

    My golf is pretty shi*e atm

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    31 but it goes in as 29 because my marker couldn’t be bothered keeping the card during the round, and I decided not to tell him my scores at the end, so he made it up.

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    A choke for the ages in pennants today. Playing amazing golf, have 2 putts to be 5 up through 7. 3 putt. Forgot which end of the club hold and lost 7 of the next 9 holes. Won 16, halved 17 for the 2&1 loss. Drowning my sorrows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobsYourUncle View Post
    A choke for the ages in pennants today. Playing amazing golf, have 2 putts to be 5 up through 7. 3 putt. Forgot which end of the club hold and lost 7 of the next 9 holes. Won 16, halved 17 for the 2&1 loss. Drowning my sorrows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobsYourUncle View Post
    A choke for the ages in pennants today. Playing amazing golf, have 2 putts to be 5 up through 7. 3 putt. Forgot which end of the club hold and lost 7 of the next 9 holes. Won 16, halved 17 for the 2&1 loss. Drowning my sorrows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobsYourUncle View Post
    A choke for the ages in pennants today. Playing amazing golf, have 2 putts to be 5 up through 7. 3 putt. Forgot which end of the club hold and lost 7 of the next 9 holes. Won 16, halved 17 for the 2&1 loss. Drowning my sorrows.
    ** pennant

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobsYourUncle View Post
    A choke for the ages in pennants today. Playing amazing golf, have 2 putts to be 5 up through 7. 3 putt. Forgot which end of the club hold and lost 7 of the next 9 holes. Won 16, halved 17 for the 2&1 loss. Drowning my sorrows.
    Been their.Was 6 up against Jono with 6 to play at Royal Hobart,and I managed to scratch out a half.Never gotten over it,best lesson I ever learnt playing matchplay

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    Pennant win, 2 from 2 for the year.

    Fought back from one down with 3 to play to win one up.

    Team is now either 11 or 12 straight over the last three years, and top of the ladder in our grade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobsYourUncle View Post
    A choke for the ages in pennants today. Playing amazing golf, have 2 putts to be 5 up through 7. 3 putt. Forgot which end of the club hold and lost 7 of the next 9 holes. Won 16, halved 17 for the 2&1 loss. Drowning my sorrows.
    That sort of stuff can really mess with the mind while out there in the moment.
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    Another crap round for me yesterday, mainly for the same reason as last week, terrible iron play. Driving wasn't too bad, mostly putting myself in good position even if off the fairway a bit, and that terrible putting from last week appears to be a one off, just in a slump with the irons lately. I'm sure it'll turn around soon, usually rolls in waves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3puttpete View Post
    31 but it goes in as 29 because my marker couldn’t be bothered keeping the card during the round, and I decided not to tell him my scores at the end, so he made it up.
    DQ for signing an incorrect scorecard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Courty View Post
    DQ for signing an incorrect scorecard.
    I didn’t sign it

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    22/02/2020 Riverside GC Mildura - Stroke - Nett 73

    Stats: 93% Fairways, 28% Greens - 28 Putts
    Score BPBPBBPBB PBPPbPBBP 42 - 38 :: 80 (+6:+2:+
    Slope 116 Scratch 71

    Better day off the tee today, missed one fairway. Putted pretty consistent, but missed a few gettable putts. Was a little rushed on the front nine, as I played through a couple of groups, and then settled better on the back nine.
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