Thoughts on short 9 hole courses / beginner courses - what's a good score?
Hi - I was looking for thoughts about short courses / beginner courses.
Say for example a par 33 course that plays 2100 with no par 5s - playing it twice par 66 4200. But no super short holes, all over 80 yards none longer than 350 yards - small greens that are well protected by elevation changes, bunkers or trees depending on the hole - some water hazards in play.
I just wondered what a scratch golfer would expect to shoot on a course like that?
I play a short course that is 2100 9 holes for practice sometimes and an 18 hole course that plays 6400. But I wondered really how to compare the courses and my scores on them. Both were designed by a very well known course designer with a good reputation.
Most birdies in a round in 2019 - 3
Holes in ones career - 1
Split Grip Birdie COUNTER - 1