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  1. LoneRanger
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    #21
    3

  2. Member haha's Avatar
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    #22
    Handicap is 8.
    I could be lower but my problem is poor course management.
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  3. Evinrude/Johnson Motors / SC Club Moderator ChampioNman's Avatar
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    #23
    My handicap my clubs! Favorite utility club in my bag is the Poulan chainsaw.

  4. Member
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    #24
    When I was playing regularly I was a scratch. I get to play about 4 times a year now and I am a 4-5.

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    #25
    Don't want to take my shoes off, so it must be more than 10.

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    #26
    right now im a plus 1.2
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  7. INSCOM 80-84
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    #27
    I must be on the wrong forum. Where's the forum for the "hackers"?

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    #28
    8

  9. Team Geritol RogerR's Avatar
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    #29
    beginner....... so 35

  10. Member
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    #30
    End of last year I was 4

    New z7 in january...... going to hurt my handicap for sure.
    Always "Huntin" the IA Bass!

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  11. Member
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    #31
    A 4 a year ago...haven't been on a course since then...probably more like a 7 now.
    You either tell yourself you can or you tell yourself you can't...either way you are right!
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  12. Member WACKEE's Avatar
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    #32
    5.3

  13. Member
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    #33
    about 15. At my age I'm glad to be able to play golf and fish.

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    #34
    The game!!! The best wood in my bag is the pencil!!!

  15. Member Stompy's Avatar
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    #35
    On my local course about a 10. Other courses would be a little higher.

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    #36
    Quote Originally Posted by Jas View Post
    I must be on the wrong forum. Where's the forum for the "hackers"?
    I was wondering the same thing, then I remembered that these are fishermen posting these numbers and fishermen....well. I belong to a private country club with close to 500 members. Less than 10% are single digit handicappers. My senior group of about 60 guys who have been playing for 30 or 40 years has 5 guys that are single digit golfers. I average around 14 and there are a lot more above me than below me.

    This is an article from Golf Digest magazine:
    Q: A friend just broke 100 for the first time. I read that this is something only 20 percent of all golfers ever do. Any truth to that? --Becky Krakowski, Dayton, OhioA: Not true. At least half of all golfers in America have broken 100. On average, 5 percent shoot in the 70s, 20 percent in the 80s and 27 percent in the 90s. The average score in America in 2005 was 98.3. So breaking 100 is, well, pretty average. It's a significant milestone (especially if you do it under U.S. Open conditions--see the Golf Digest U.S. Open Challenge).

  17. Hunting & Gun Lodge Moderator Roddy's Avatar
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    #37
    We'll our club match play is starting and I'm getting to play to a 3. This is the first year I haven't played as scratch or a 1. Unfortunately , I've been playing like a 7 or 8.
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    #38
    Was a 2, then college happened, now I'm about a 6.

  19. Member
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    #39
    12.8 but I have only been serious about playing for 10 months now and have a long long way to go.

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    Finished a 9 this year...if I fished less I would be lower, but more irritable!
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