And there is nothing wrong with that. Obviously, from time to time if I am screwing around just playing a quick nine, I'll throw a ball down or take it out from under a tree. On the other hand, if there is some money on the line or I'm playing a tournament, it wouldn't cross my mind to do that sort of thing.
That's exactly what I was saying. In league play or if we have a few bucks on the game it's different. But then "rules guy" asked if I run half way down the alley when I bowl......
Originally Posted by JonDMiller
Dosry, You know what? I think I'll agree with you :)
i golfed an 84 yesterday and it was my hgihest score yet so i wa really happy! usually im like a 90-95 golfer
Do you mean 84 is your "best" score to date? If so, congratulations! Where do you usually play?
(Let's not confuse those who are just starting to play by making them think the goal is to have a high score Although that might make more sense for me.)
usually score in the low 90's. once in a while in the high 80's. played The Harvester earlier this year and had a 95, i was happy with that since i had never played it before. and my bowling ave is 201.
Then I must be one of the golfers that many on people here would hate. If I'm out with my dad for a fun round and it's stymied behind a tree...I could not care less if he moves it a foot, and vice versa. I play golf for the enjoyment and fun.
I have no problem with this at all if the guys you are playing with don't have a problem. But don't tell me you shot a 90 if you had 3 foot wedges and a mulligan per side.
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