This match, which counted as the second round of golf for the year, was actually played on March 30, 2007. All year round, I typically play golf once a week and shoot bogeys. I’ve never computed a handicap since I don’t play golf very seriously. I like getting some fresh air and being outside away from everything. I frequently play golf with two other coworkers who don’t maintain score or always abide by the game’s regulations.
The first hole is a par four. The orange tees, which are one shorter, are placed behind the blue tees, which are the longest. Later in the season, after play has started, we will begin using the long tees. This 400-yard-long hole has a south-facing orientation. The green slopes slightly. This hole is the fifth-most challenging on the whole course and has a handicap of 5. This might be because you would be working against the wind as the regular winds come from the south. The first tee is completely wind-free today.
All right, let’s get going. Either the group in front of us is incredibly awful, or they have only lately taken up golf. At least half of the group didn’t get beyond the women’s tee box as they started their round from the blue tees. This game might last for a while. Here is the first joke at the tee to demonstrate how serious we are: “As soon as the player’s shot, which was barely 20 yards off the tee, was finished, the other golfer noticed the obvious issue. He complained that his fellow duffer was too near to the golf ball after he struck it.
I hit the tee shot with a driver. I smashed it approximately 250 yards straight down the middle of the fairway. So, my distance to the pin was 150 yards downhill. This was the perfect place for me because my 8 iron has a 150-yard range. My golf ball landed on the pin, however it was located approximately 45 feet to the left of the green. two-putted after using a pitching wedge to reach to within 15 feet of the golf hole. I bogeyed the hole as a result. I thought my starting position was great, but it was only ordinary for me. Due to a small draw on my 8-iron, the ball departed the left side of the green.
The second hole is a par 4, and the dogleg left is also a par 4. The third-hardest hole on the golf course, it is around 390 yards long. I pushed my 3 wood slightly to the right while still standing on the tee, leaving the fairway and entering the rough. Once more, I was around 150 yards away.
I again reached for my 8 iron but came up short in the sand bunker in front of the green. I’m not the best at playing in the sand, therefore I never have fun there. My eighth iron wasn’t hit very well again, but this time it connected with the pin. I hit my sand wedge out of the bunker and around 23 feet beyond the pin. As a result, I ended up making a double bogey, which was frustrating once more. It wasn’t all horrible, though, because I was outside enjoying the beautiful weather.
The third hole is a short par four that dogslegs to the right at the end of the fairway and has water enclosing it on the right before the green. The handicap for the course is 11. I gave myself between 130 and 150 yards to the green by using a 3 iron off the tee to avoid the lake. I was 136 yards from the hole and on the right side of the fairway. That’s precisely what I had in mind! I reached into my golf bag and picked out a hard 9 iron.
Unfortunately, I continued and dropped 2 into the sea. The third shot on the green was around 40 feet away from the hole. Only two feet separated my putt from the hole. My math says a 7 would be a quadruple bogey. Despite my true disappointment, I played well off the tee and made good putts.
A par three hole, the fourth is about 130 yards long. With a 17 handicap, playing this hole is not too challenging. I was able to get to the pin on the green in 21 feet using a 9 iron. made a par putt from a distance of two feet! Things are now getting better.
A 415-yard, par-five hole with a 9 handicap is hole number five. I rounded the cart route with my driver and gained a bit more space. Putt seven feet out, then another three feet out. It was inserted but failed to insert. I ultimately found myself covered behind some trees, 150 yards from the pit. I used my pitching wedge to get to within 26 feet of the pin while standing on the right side of the green. My putting technique has to be refined.
Next is the sixth hole. It is a par four and is roughly 350 yards. It is in 13th place with a handicap. With around 220 yards left before the hole, I used my driver and misfired it into the left rough. I reached roughly 50 yards by using a 6 iron. I needed a 32-foot putt with a sand wedge to get to the left side of the green. Putt from three feet away for a second bogey.
The seventh hole, a 320-yard par 4, has a 15 handicap. I drove the ball, and it landed in the centre of the fairway 50 yards from the green. A throwing wedge landed around two feet from the front of the green. I blasted in a putt that was just one foot from the hole for my par in the first round.
A ditch is crossed by the 167-yard eighth hole, a par three. At position 7, it becomes damaged. I played into a mild breeze with a 4 iron. The tee shot landed in the rough just past pin height around 40 yards from the right side of the green. I landed on the green around 40 feet from the pin after using a sand wedge.
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The ninth hole has the greatest handicap. Currently, the par five is 495 yards long. With around 320 yards to the green, I whacked a driver and pushed the tee shot out to the right, landing on the fairway of the opening hole. About 100 yards from the green, I shot a 3 wood from the left side of the fairway. Actually, after leaving the fairway, the golf ball slid into the rough by about two inches. To get to the green’s centre, which was around 36 feet away from the pin, I utilised a pitching wedge. The distance was putted at 8 feet, 1 inch. For a second bogey, I touched the ball into the hole.
When I intend to shoot around bogey, this is usually how my golf round goes. We are now on the last nine.
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