Ever just have an unusually bad day at the course?

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ClevelandKyleClevelandKyle  34WRX Points: 43Members Posts: 34 Bunkers
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Well, I shot 100 yesterday at a local golf course near me called Emerald Hills. I haven't shot 100 since I started playing the game again about 8 months ago after a 15 year hiatus. Granted, this golf course is one of the longest and more challenging courses in south Florida. But i frequent this course and I know its layout very well. My drives were crap. I haven't sliced my drives in the longest and for whatever reason, I had the hardest time keeping that from happening. I was all over the place. I was chunking shots that should've set me up for birdies, skulling my irons and chips, and water hazards were my worst enemy. The only thing that was strong yesterday was my putting. The highlight of the day was a 45 foot putt for par on the 16th hole which really impressed the mates I was playing with. From that point, things started to slightly improve for me, but it was a little too late. Drove long and straight on 17 & 18, and finished with a nice lay up on the 18th hole for a par. I'm a 15 cap player so I know this might not seem too bad, especially since it was just one round, but I know this course. I can score an 85 there with my eyes closed. I'm just feelin salty about it all! lol. Anyone else recently have a poor round like this?

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  • daphenom121daphenom121  238WRX Points: 77Members Posts: 238 Fairways
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    During our last club championship I shot a 75 to be in 2nd place after the first round followed by a smooth 91. I haven't had a worse round, had no confidence in my swing and it led to struggles with chipping and putting as well. It was my highest score in over three years but I guess that is golf!

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  • SnapHooker_605SnapHooker_605 Rapid City, SD 880WRX Points: 162Handicap: 14.5Members Posts: 880 Golden Tee
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    Yup. Last year in July I shot 78, first time I had broken 80 since high school. First round of the club championship in August, shot a smooth 109. Hadn't shot over 100 in a long long time.

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  • VNutzVNutz  6612WRX Points: 586Members Posts: 6,612 Titanium Tees
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    Yup. As about a 4-5 hcp, about month ago I started a round with a 10 and followed it up with a double. Great start right? 3rd hole got my first ace, super happy and thought I'd gotten my round back on track. Well I was dead wrong. Had one of the worst rounds in memory to follow. Shot a smooth 90, with an ace, when I'm used to shooting high 70s low 80s. Just awful, thought there was no chance I'd ever shoot 90 again, let alone in a round with a 1 on the card, but it happened. Oddly enough I didn't play again until Saturday and shot 75. Weird game, humbling game, but that's what keeps you coming back.

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  • ClevelandKyleClevelandKyle  34WRX Points: 43Members Posts: 34 Bunkers
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    On -, @VNutz said:

    Yup. As about a 4-5 hcp, about month ago I started a round with a 10 and followed it up with a double. Great start right? 3rd hole got my first ace, super happy and thought I'd gotten my round back on track. Well I was dead wrong. Had one of the worst rounds in memory to follow. Shot a smooth 90, with an ace, when I'm used to shooting high 70s low 80s. Just awful, thought there was no chance I'd ever shoot 90 again, let alone in a round with a 1 on the card, but it happened. Oddly enough I didn't play again until Saturday and shot 75. Weird game, humbling game, but that's what keeps you coming back.

    That's a tough pill to swallow bud. That ace probably made you feel on top of the world. I've had a round where I made back to back eagles and shot a 79, then go out the following day with my ego leaving my head the size of a watermelon and shoot a 92. It's strange how golf can play a psychological screw on you on any given day.

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  • HonestPlayerHonestPlayer  264WRX Points: 92Members Posts: 264 Greens
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    Sometimes the best pros shoot mid 80s. Don't worry about it, make sure you get after the course next time with good course management.

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  • cardoustiecardoustie haha, we don't play for 5's Tasmania to Canada 13332WRX Points: 2,206Handicap: 1.6Members Posts: 13,332 Titanium Tees
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    NOPE all my recent rounds have been awesome
    Last summer though ....

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    It's been a struggle this summer. 12 capper playing like a twenty. Loosin' money left and right, can't chip or putt to save my life. Played with asst. pro last weekend , he gave me a business to his therapist .

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    I turned into a moron on the back nine today. For a few holes I could not do anything. Not going to lose sleep over it.

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  • NessismNessism To measure is to know...  19313WRX Points: 1,411Members Posts: 19,313 Titanium Tees
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    Last Sunday was the worst I've played in collective memory. Came close to whiffing a drive, which frankly ain't easy to do with a 460cc paint can on the end of the shaft.

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    I'm a mere mortal with a 13.5 handicap, but I turned in just a miserable round last weekend. I got a sudden bout of the tops and thins, especially off the tee. I hit like 5 or 6 tee shots directly into the ground in front of the tee.

    I'm basically just going to chalk it up to an anomalous round and not try to make much of it.

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    last weekend. typical game until number seventeen. 510 Par five with water crosswise about 340 out with a big willow tree guarding the right side of the pond. there's a marsh and pond up left at 150 if you yank your drive.
    So I went marshland first. gutshot. took the penalty, re-hit and made it up the right right of the fairway. short of goal but safe. then sailed a long one that rolled into the high grass in front of the water.
    not findable. dropped in front of the hazard, made it to 50 in front of the green. pitched, two putted and left ashamed.
    since I dunked one on number sixteen, the new sleeve of Callaway's was gone and I had to dip into the bag for something to play eighteen.

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  • KAndyManKAndyMan JUST GOTTA SEND IT!!! Trident/Lowcountry area 412WRX Points: 160Handicap: ManyMembers Posts: 412 Greens
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    An unusually bad day at golf????
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
    Ive had an unusually bad YEAR!
    My swing and game is on extended vacation to the point im bout ready to hang it up for a good 3-4 months

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  • MountainGoatMountainGoat Mid-Maryland 2503WRX Points: 1,112Members Posts: 2,503 Titanium Tees
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    When all else fails, golf is always there to remind us that we stink.

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  • jimb6golfjimb6golf  1701WRX Points: 180Members Posts: 1,701 Platinum Tees
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    After repairing my game over the past year, I went out this past Sunday with high hopes. Proceeded to shoot a horrific 90 that included several dribbled drives that were embarrassing especially in front of the pro I was playing with. Managed to chip in for birdie from the rough but that was the highlight. Need to get to the for a long session before playing again next weekend - WOW.

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  • MooMoo  541WRX Points: 202Handicap: 9Members Posts: 541 Golden Tee
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    Absolutely! When they start to stack up, I start really thinking about a possible reason. But one bad round and it's best to just write it off and charge out for the next one.

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    Perspective.

    85 isn't a no brainer score for a 15 handicap on what you describe as a long and challenging course.

    100 doesn't seem out of the realm of reason for a bad day. Everyone has unusually bad days.

    Just thought I was headed in the wrong direction (overreacting of course) but the golf I've played starting with the 4th and including Sat/Sun/last night has been downright great for me!

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  • SnapHooker_605SnapHooker_605 Rapid City, SD 880WRX Points: 162Handicap: 14.5Members Posts: 880 Golden Tee
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    Yup. Last year in July I shot 78, first time I had broken 80 since high school. Driver and irons were phenomenal, couldn't make a putt but didn't have to. First round of the club championship in August, shot a smooth 109. Couldn't get off the tee box or over anything wet. Actually putted fairly well. Hadn't shot over 100 in a long long time. Took a few weeks off before playing after that.

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  • gioguy21gioguy21 NJ 8105WRX Points: 1,353Handicap: +1.6 (1194646)Members Posts: 8,105 Titanium Tees
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    honestly -- be glad you had it...b/c just like rounds where everything goes in -- they're the extreme outliers. have a laugh, a beer or cigar...let it pass and go low the next round out.

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    On -, @KAndyMan said:

    An unusually bad day at golf????
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
    Ive had an unusually bad YEAR!
    My swing and game is on extended vacation to the point im bout ready to hang it up for a good 3-4 months

    Wait until December and l will join you.

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  • RoodyRoody A little gust, Romes Rochester, NY 1191WRX Points: 275Handicap: 7.1Members Posts: 1,191 Platinum Tees
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    Seems to happen to me every 3-5 rounds. One day I'm out there, swing tempo feels effortless and I shoot great. Next day it feels jagged, clumsy, unhinged. Wish I could tell you why.

    I think that's why we keep playing. Chasing that perfect round that is next to impossible to attain.

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    On -, @gioguy21 said:

    honestly -- be glad you had it...b/c just like rounds where everything goes in -- they're the extreme outliers. have a laugh, a beer or cigar...let it pass and go low the next round out.

    Hmmm. Seems like for me, the everything-goes-wrong rounds are more common than the everything-goes-right rounds.

    Can’t just be me?!

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    On -, @Roody said:

    Seems to happen to me every 3-5 rounds. One day I'm out there, swing tempo feels effortless and I shoot great. Next day it feels jagged, clumsy, unhinged. Wish I could tell you why.

    I think that's why we keep playing. Chasing that perfect round that is next to impossible to attain.

    That sounds very familiar,
    I always have a few holes per round where I forget how to swing, but every so often, I feel exactly as you describe and shoot plus 20 or worse.
    Sunday afternoon, I started with 3 easy pars, and fell apart after that. Finally got my next par on 18. Shot a smooth 92.

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  • MountainGoatMountainGoat Mid-Maryland 2503WRX Points: 1,112Members Posts: 2,503 Titanium Tees
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    On -, @ClevelandKyle said:

    Anyone else recently have a poor round like this?

    Yes, last night. I couldn't hit anything. Very discouraging. One of the mysteries of golf is why competence disappears so quickly.

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  • andrueandrue  1465WRX Points: 244Handicap: 21Members Posts: 1,465 Platinum Tees
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    I had a horrible start to my practice session last night. Was rather glad I was solo. I lost eight balls on the first nine holes. The only clubs working at all well were my wedges - everything else was shockingly bad. Quite a come down from recent weeks. But I decided to continue with the back nine if only because it's longer and provides a better opportunity for practising the basics. Plus by then I only had three cheap balls left in the bag and felt I might as well get rid of the lot of them :)

    After one more poor hole my swing began to come back to me. I'm still not sure what happened but I think maybe I'd just forgotten what I was there for and was just going through the motions. Once I actually began to think about what I wanted from the shot and where the ball was going to go things came good. My last drive was actually one of the best I've done recently being dead straight and 230 yards in total. I've noticed something like this before. Some days when I play I can really focus in on the ball, where I want it to go and how to strike it. It's like I'm really in the zone. Sadly most days I don't have that level of focus.

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    On -, @BicknellCC said:

    That sounds very familiar,
    I always have a few holes per round where I forget how to swing, but every so often, I feel exactly as you describe and shoot plus 20 or worse.
    Sunday afternoon, I started with 3 easy pars, and fell apart after that. Finally got my next par on 18. Shot a smooth 92.

    It just happened to me last weekend. We had a two day tournament at my club. Day 1, I'm striping the ball. Getting many compliments from my playing partners on the good shots. The swing feels great, effortless. After 15 holes I am only 6 over, which is a pretty good day going for me.

    Then a storm rolled through. We sat under a shelter waiting it out for over an hour. The lightning passed, but the rain didn't stop. The pro shop said to finish the last 3 holes in the rain. I proceed to go par, bogey, double. Finished at +9, and was pissed because I really wanted to break 80. I put my name on two closest to the pins. One for a 10 footer, and one for a 3 footer. Surprisingly, the 10 footer was the only one that held up. The 3 footer got beat by a 1 footer.

    Then day 2 came along, and the feeling of effortless swing from the day prior was gone. The brain got clouded with too many swing thoughts because what I was doing wasn't working like yesterday. I struggled to an 88. Sometimes I just don't know.

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    Shot a 92 earlier this year in a qualifier; currently playing to a 4.1. Just couldn't get the round over with fast enough.

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    A few rounds back at one of my favorite courses. Didn't feel comfortable over the ball. Kicked the ball around and bogeyed the first hole. The next hole was a long, dogleg right par 5, water right, ob left. Drove my tee shot ob and hit a guy in his back yard. He couldn't have been more forgiving, but I was rattled. Next shot was in the drink and it was a hackathon for the rest of the round.

    One of the holes has a bunker in the middle of the fairway, which I found, then hit an iron out into the middle of the fairway, and we all watched the ball take a 45 degree turn and roll 60 yards into a lake. Another hole I had 130 to the middle with the flag in front. I took a little off my 130 club, then watched the ball fly the green and the hill behind it and end up in the street.

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  • phatchrisrulesphatchrisrules Southern Ontario, Canada 2130WRX Points: 391Handicap: 6.5Unregistered Posts: 2,130 Platinum Tees
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    On -, @Birdie Mac said:

    A few rounds back at one of my favorite courses. Didn't feel comfortable over the ball. Kicked the ball around and bogeyed the first hole. The next hole was a long, dogleg right par 5, water right, ob left. Drove my tee shot ob and hit a guy in his back yard. He couldn't have been more forgiving, but I was rattled. Next shot was in the drink and it was a hackathon for the rest of the round.

    One of the holes has a bunker in the middle of the fairway, which I found, then hit an iron out into the middle of the fairway, and we all watched the ball take a 45 degree turn and roll 60 yards into a lake. Another hole I had 130 to the middle with the flag in front. I took a little off my 130 club, then watched the ball fly the green and the hill behind it and end up in the street.

    Sometimes you just have to laugh huh? It sounds like you took a little something off of your 150 club! I laughed a little bit harder than I should have at the fairway bunker shot. The way it is written it sounds like it almost gained momentum the more it was along the ground!

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    On -, @phatchrisrules said:

    On -, @Birdie Mac said:

    A few rounds back at one of my favorite courses. Didn't feel comfortable over the ball. Kicked the ball around and bogeyed the first hole. The next hole was a long, dogleg right par 5, water right, ob left. Drove my tee shot ob and hit a guy in his back yard. He couldn't have been more forgiving, but I was rattled. Next shot was in the drink and it was a hackathon for the rest of the round.

    One of the holes has a bunker in the middle of the fairway, which I found, then hit an iron out into the middle of the fairway, and we all watched the ball take a 45 degree turn and roll 60 yards into a lake. Another hole I had 130 to the middle with the flag in front. I took a little off my 130 club, then watched the ball fly the green and the hill behind it and end up in the street.

    Sometimes you just have to laugh huh? It sounds like you took a little something off of your 150 club! I laughed a little bit harder than I should have at the fairway bunker shot. The way it is written it sounds like it almost gained momentum the more it was along the ground!

    Laughing now, but that was a tough day. The ball out of the bunker grew legs and headed for the lake like it was late for a meeting. It was unreal how many hazards I found, and I put the ball in the street twice. Hopefully I used up most of my allotment of bad shots for the year that round.

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    I'm a pretty consistent player. Not good mind you. Just consistent, but am prone to one of those rounds that has me wanting to quit. Its usually followed up with a great round that reminds me of why I love the game, so it balances out.

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