…and Dr Jekyll

02/05/2013 at 14:40 Leave a comment


DATE: 21 April 2013
VENUE: Bromley Golf Centre
ACTIVITY: 9 Holes – of  golf!
GROSS SCORE: 46
NET SCORE: 35

That’s better.
BGC 20130421

From a really-quite-long-for-me 3W tee shot on the first (196 yds), to a well executed 8 iron approach shot which finished about 2″ off the green on the 4th, to a 1-putt par on the par 5 5th, to a good tee shot followed by a good fairway shot on the 9th (only the club-choice was wrong on that fairway shot), to four one-putts, to a run of four-over across five holes, to a total of six bogies…it was basically a good afternoon.

What was the difference between this round and the horror-show at High Elms? Well, in this round there were a few things:

  1. No strong wind!
  2. I tried to keep my head level during backswing and downswing…
  3. …and tried to not stand too near the ball…
  4. …and tried to not hit the ball hard
  5. I think my course/round management is generally getting better
  6. Bromley Golf Course is a much easier course than High Elms (it’s almost completely flat, for a start)

This 46 ties my best score over nine-holes. Sweet!

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Entry filed under: Best score, Bromley Golf Course, Good round, Nice weather, Personal Best, Warm weather.

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