What is your "superscore" at your course?

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  • LondonerLondoner Members Posts: 1,166 ✭✭
    How do you guys know this? Our computer dosent go back that far or do it automatically anyway. If not on the computer, why would you bother to record it?
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  • ShipwreckShipwreck Members Posts: 3,699 ✭✭
    Birdie

    Birdie

    Eagle

    Birdie

    Birdie

    Eagle

    Birdie

    Birdie

    HIO

    Birdie

    Birdie

    Birdie

    Eagle

    Birdie

    Birdie

    Birdie

    Birdie

    Birdie

    -22



    Considering I’ve been playing this course for the last 8 years, it’s about what I’d expect.



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  • dave williedave willie Members Posts: 793 ✭✭
    Kim Jong-Il reportedly shot 34 on a par 72 course with 5 holes in one. I think he's the winner.
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  • MattyO1984MattyO1984 Members Posts: 4,747 ✭✭
    1. Birdie 3

    2. Eagle 2

    3. Eagle 2

    4. Birdie 2

    5. Eagle 3

    6. Eagle 1

    7. Birdie 2

    8. Birdie 3

    9. Birdie 3



    10. Birdie 3

    11. Eagle 2

    12. Eagle 2

    13. Eagle 2

    14. Birdie 3

    15. Eagle 1

    16. Eagle 2

    17. Eagle 2

    18. Birdie 3



    -28



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  • farmerfarmer Members Posts: 7,785 ✭✭
    43 for me, which would be -29. However, I've played my little home course for 45+ years, mostly as a close to scratch player. Have eagled all the par 4's multiple times, except 1 and 2 which continue to mock me. Only one ace, as well, although I was very close a couple of times this year.
  • LondonerLondoner Members Posts: 1,166 ✭✭


    Kim Jong-Il reportedly shot 34 on a par 72 course with 5 holes in one. I think he's the winner.


    This threads not finished yet!
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  • ObeeObee ClubWRX Posts: 3,675 ClubWRX
    596 wrote:
    Either we have a lot of monster hitters here or we have a bunch of short par 5's. That's a lot of par 5 eagles I keep seeing. I've been as low as a 2 handicap and can only remember 1-2 eagles in my 8 years of playing.



    And eagles on par 4's? Dang, either guys are smashing the ball 350 yards a pop, the par 4's are under 300 or people are super accurate with approaches. I've driven 1 par 4 (birdie) in 8 years and never had a hole out for an eagle.



    I have had 2 aces though.




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  • ObeeObee ClubWRX Posts: 3,675 ClubWRX
    Londoner wrote:
    How do you guys know this? Our computer dosent go back that far or do it automatically anyway. If not on the computer, why would you bother to record it?




    Because we have memories.



    I played my old home course from the time I was 20 until I was 40. It's not that hard to remember your par 4 eagles. I remember several of mine like they were yesterday, in fact, and I'm 50 now.
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  • farmerfarmer Members Posts: 7,785 ✭✭
    Obee wrote:

    596 wrote:
    Either we have a lot of monster hitters here or we have a bunch of short par 5's. That's a lot of par 5 eagles I keep seeing. I've been as low as a 2 handicap and can only remember 1-2 eagles in my 8 years of playing.



    And eagles on par 4's? Dang, either guys are smashing the ball 350 yards a pop, the par 4's are under 300 or people are super accurate with approaches. I've driven 1 par 4 (birdie) in 8 years and never had a hole out for an eagle.



    I have had 2 aces though.




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  • ObeeObee ClubWRX Posts: 3,675 ClubWRX
    edited Dec 29, 2017 #72
    596 wrote:
    Either we have a lot of monster hitters here or we have a bunch of short par 5's. That's a lot of par 5 eagles I keep seeing. I've been as low as a 2 handicap and can only remember 1-2 eagles in my 8 years of playing.



    And eagles on par 4's? Dang, either guys are smashing the ball 350 yards a pop, the par 4's are under 300 or people are super accurate with approaches. I've driven 1 par 4 (birdie) in 8 years and never had a hole out for an eagle.



    I have had 2 aces though.




    Here are my par 4 eagles just on my (former) home course, Canyon Crest CC in Riverside, CA:



    1) 390 yards: 145ish hole out



    3) 365 yards: Several wedge hole outs from 80 to 120 yards



    5) 385 yards (uphill): 140ish hole out to a front-right pin in a big skins game.



    6) 390 yards (downhill): multiple wedge hole outs from 80-120



    9) 370 yards: 130ish hole out to a back-left pin.



    12) 445 (uphill on second shot): 207 hole out to a back-right pin into a good wind. Wilson Staff "Fluid Feel" 2-iron. Was lodged between the pin and cup when I walked up. Straightened the pin, and down she went! This was in 1995(ish)?



    14) 365 yards: multiple wedge hole outs from 60 to 120



    15) 335 yards straight uphill: Two or three at least from 70-120. Most memorable was a called shot with a buddy. Front-left pin. Greens soft and receptive. 15 years ago I spun the ball a lot: "I'm gonna throw this behind it and suck it back and left into the hole." And I did just that!



    Of course I've said that before and since and have yet to repeat it, but that was pretty cool.



    The course back then fit my game perfectly: Lots of driver-wedge holes with receptive greens. And I can golf my ball from 130 and in. :-)



    And I have ONE(!!!!) Hole-in-one in my ~30 years of scratch or better golf!!!!
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  • ShipwreckShipwreck Members Posts: 3,699 ✭✭
    My course has 3 par 5s and their distances are the following from the whites:

    534

    527

    504



    Well within striking distance and easily a go for it in 2 kinda course.
  • marcwhumarcwhu Members Posts: 65 ✭✭
    1. Eagle on 550 yds Par 5 (multiple occ.)

    2. Birdie on 480 yds Par 4 (beast of a Stroke 1, only handful of times)

    3. Birdie on 190 yds Par 3

    4. Birdie on 450 yds Par 4 (another tough one, stroke 3 OB both sides)

    5. Birdie on 390 yds Par 4

    6. Birdie on 400 yds Par 4

    7. Eagle on 545 yds Par 5 (only once, chipped in)

    8. Birdie on 145 yds Par 3

    9. Eagle on 280 yds Par 4

    10. Birdie on 380 yds Par 4

    11. Birdie on 230 yds Par 3

    12. Eagle on 520 yds Par 5

    13. Eagle on 420 yds Par 4 (holed from 135 yds)

    14. Birdie on 315 yds Par 4

    15. Birdie on 605 yds Par 5 (beast, only been on in 2 twice)

    16. Birdie on 330 yds Par 4

    17. Birdie on 165 yds Par 3

    18. Birdie on 440 yds Par 4



    -23 49. Also, this course is at altitude, so it often plays a lot shorter than the yardage😂.
  • LondonerLondoner Members Posts: 1,166 ✭✭
    Obee wrote:

    Londoner wrote:
    How do you guys know this? Our computer dosent go back that far or do it automatically anyway. If not on the computer, why would you bother to record it?




    Because we have memories.



    I played my old home course from the time I was 20 until I was 40. It's not that hard to remember your par 4 eagles. I remember several of mine like they were yesterday, in fact, and I'm 50 now.


    Certainly better than mine. I would have no chance of listing my eagles over the last 40 years and they are rarer than most on here.
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  • Carl Spackler3Carl Spackler3 Members Posts: 911 ✭✭
    Lijka wrote:


    -18, par 72

    Have birdied every hole, never eagled
    same here no eagles
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  • suprfli6suprfli6 Members Posts: 459 ✭✭
    edited Jan 2, 2018 #77
    Londoner wrote:

    Obee wrote:

    Londoner wrote:
    How do you guys know this? Our computer dosent go back that far or do it automatically anyway. If not on the computer, why would you bother to record it?




    Because we have memories.



    I played my old home course from the time I was 20 until I was 40. It's not that hard to remember your par 4 eagles. I remember several of mine like they were yesterday, in fact, and I'm 50 now.


    Certainly better than mine. I would have no chance of listing my eagles over the last 40 years and they are rarer than most on here.


    I've only been playing a few years so it's pretty easy to remember them. My course is very short and has some doglegs so I do get eagle opportunities fairly often. But this year I've holed out several times as well, including from 185 for my albatross.



    Seeing single caps that have never had an eagle kinda blows my mind though. I guess if you play longer courses and spend most of the time on the range instead of on the course it makes sense though. I am on the course every day during the golf season here so end up with lots of chances at eagles.
  • mlavallee23mlavallee23 Members Posts: 100 ClubWRX
    Cool story about a course near me, not my normal home course, but play here frequently throughout the summer, Highfields Country Club in Grafton, MA.



    Keegan Bradley holds the course record here with a 70 from the back tees when he played at Hopkinton High School. He would probably shoot a 60 at this course today, but still cool to see his name in the club house. A high school kid back in 2012 tied his record at this course.
  • mahoniemahonie Members Posts: 2,378 ✭✭
    -20...16 birdies and 2 eagles for 51.



    That’s balanced by my worst score total of 140...69 over par! In my defence, there are lots of trees on every hole and I’ve been behind most of them at one time or another.
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  • cardoustiecardoustie haha, we don't play for 5's Members Posts: 11,657 ✭✭
    Obee wrote:

    Londoner wrote:
    How do you guys know this? Our computer dosent go back that far or do it automatically anyway. If not on the computer, why would you bother to record it?




    Because we have memories.



    I played my old home course from the time I was 20 until I was 40. It's not that hard to remember your par 4 eagles. I remember several of mine like they were yesterday, in fact, and I'm 50 now.




    Remembering par 4 eagles, aces and albatrosses is EASY!!!
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  • cardoustiecardoustie haha, we don't play for 5's Members Posts: 11,657 ✭✭
    - 25 for me. All four par 5 eagles and three par 4 eagles



    No aces or albatrosses at home club .. YET !!!!!!!



    I've been there 13 years now. Common tees played is a titch under 6,700. Par 72. Hard track at 73.8 / 138. Par 5's are 510, 495, 505, 540 (eighteen - the hardest eagle as the green is fronted by a lake and usually into the west winds). Two of them I can sling hooks over the woods and shave yardage



    We used to do an annual ringer board until the kids that ran it in their dad's memory were kicked out of the club



    My humble brag is that I used to win this thing regularly. One year I was minus 23 ! Approx 90 rounds that year. Birdies on all holes, eagles on all par 5's and a deuce on our par 4 tenth
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  • SmashdcrabSmashdcrab Members Posts: 173
    I have a Garmin watch that records my score each round and enables me to look at course data easily. In the Garmin connect program it , they call your "superscore" the Dream round.

    With over 100 games recorded on my local, my dream round is 54. I have birdied every hole , but never eagled.

    Two of those holes it took a long time to get the birdies on.One made sense in that it is long and has a 2 tier green. The other I guess was a problem only because you are often left with a very uneven lie for your approach..but it is quite a short hole.

    Can't wait to get some eagles on there, I have been in eagle range a few times but didn't have the kahonas required.
  • wareagle12wareagle12 Members Posts: 308 ✭✭
    Joined my course in April of 2017. Roughly 60-80 rounds.



    Eagle on 5 different holes and have birdied the remainder for -23. Par 71.
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  • MrJonesMrJones Waiting for the weekend... Members Posts: 2,724
    1. -2

    2. -1

    3. -1

    4. -1

    5. -1

    6. -2

    7. -2

    8. -2

    9. -1



    -13



    10. -1

    11. -1

    12. -2

    13. -1

    14. -1

    15. -1

    16. -1

    17. -2

    18. -1



    -11



    So -24 on my par 71 course. #6, 7, 8 are all par 4s I've been lucky enough to eagle.
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  • ginger718ginger718 Members Posts: 335 ✭✭
    I love this question someone asked me this the other day and I had to think about it.



    27 under I've eagled 9 holes and birdied the other 9. No hole in ones out of those eagles and haven't eagled all of the par 5's either still have one left.
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  • MtlJeffMtlJeff MontrealMembers Posts: 28,209 ✭✭
    Londoner wrote:

    Obee wrote:

    Londoner wrote:
    How do you guys know this? Our computer dosent go back that far or do it automatically anyway. If not on the computer, why would you bother to record it?




    Because we have memories.



    I played my old home course from the time I was 20 until I was 40. It's not that hard to remember your par 4 eagles. I remember several of mine like they were yesterday, in fact, and I'm 50 now.


    Certainly better than mine. I would have no chance of listing my eagles over the last 40 years and they are rarer than most on here.




    Par 4 eagles tend to be memorable because they typically are hole-outs. I don't remember all of my par 5 eagles , i just know that i've eagled them because i can remember at least one. I remember all of my long hole-outs, though sadly for a low index i do not have a large amount of them, including no hole in ones.
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  • TheKrushhTheKrushh Members Posts: 1,014 ✭✭
    My course growing up had 5 par 5's and 5 par 3's and a lot of my luck has come at this course

    eagle -2

    birdie -3

    eagle -5

    birdie -6

    birdie -7

    eagle -9

    hole in one -10

    birdie -11

    eagle -13

    albatross -16

    birdie -17

    albatross -20

    birdie -21

    birdie -22

    eagle -24

    birdie -25

    hole in one -27

    birdie -28
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  • kujositkujosit Members Posts: 101 ✭✭
    -28 with a mix of 10 eagles, 15 birdies
  • ChipNRunChipNRun Members Posts: 1,173 ✭✭
    edited Jan 20, 2018 #89
    Par 72. Superscore = 61, or -11
    • Two of the four Par 3 holes I have never birdied (although a couple of times a year I par all four).
    • Three of the four short risk/reward Par 4 holes I have never birdied
    • The only Par 5 I haven't birdied is the easiest one.
    • The hole I birdie the most is the 1 HDCP No. 9, a par 4.


    Superscore net result = 7 pars, 11 birdies, no eagles.
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  • Hawkeye77Hawkeye77 Countdown to The Masters! ClubWRX Posts: 17,398 ClubWRX
    edited Jan 21, 2018 #90
    Played same course since '94. Par 71, -28 for a 43. Handicap currently = 8.6. Course would be considered easy by golfwrx standards, but happy to host anyone wanting to confirm that assertion.



    Luck (and simply longevity) plays a big part - 2 aces and 1 double eagle and a couple fairway hole outs on par 4s are pretty fortunate results. Other eagles = all skill!
  • Carl Spackler2Carl Spackler2 ZP Members Posts: 247 ✭✭
    73...which is fine by me! 77.6 course rating, 144 slope. DJ won a pga event here this January with two eagles on the 12th hole.

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