Anyone prefer to play 9 holes of golf? I have found there are many benefits. Score does not become an obsession, less tired, less cost, less time, more social etc. Some courses make it a bit more expensive than it should be. But, I recently played one course, that just cut the green fee in half, which was nice. It's also a cool idea to drive/explore courses that are 1-2 hours away and play one you wouldn't normally play - in the same about amount of time of playing a local course for 18 holes.
I prefer to walk and 18 holes is a bit much sometimes. 9 holes is about perfect.
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Not really. It would be like bowling 5 frames.
We even have a very popular 12 hole league every summer.