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Can you win your club championship?


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#301 melo

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Posted 29 August 2017 - 09:24 AM

View PostTwitch12, on 23 July 2015 - 09:51 PM, said:

Possibly the net division, but I would have to play my a$$ off. I'm a low single digit hdcp, so it would be hard to beat the double digit hdcp players that sandbagged to get their hdcp. The gross division would be basically impossible. We have several Web.com pros and several +4-+6 hdcps. I would have to shoot under par every round to beat them and that doesn't happen often.

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#302 sleezyt

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Posted 30 August 2017 - 12:07 AM

Stroke play at our club. Came to find out if i made par on the last 3 holes i would have been in a play off. Went bogey double bogey par..... Sigh.

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Posted 30 August 2017 - 12:13 AM

Chances are fair to middling. I'm defending champ at 135 so it's go time.  


At least in two weeks it is.

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Posted 30 August 2017 - 06:36 AM

I was 2nd last year...this year made it to semi"s.

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Posted 30 August 2017 - 07:25 AM

Took it down for the second year in a row

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Posted 30 August 2017 - 12:17 PM

First year playing. Also first year the club will have match play for the championship flight. Going to attempt to qualify for the champ flight today.

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Posted 31 August 2017 - 07:49 AM

Lost in fhe semifinals. Didnt show up to play. So frustrating. Was 3 down after 4 and due to a poor putter i cudnt mount a comeback  even. Though i hit alot of good iron shot s. Lost 3&2.

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Posted 31 August 2017 - 08:15 AM

Won mine twice but I was 18 and 25 back then....thin as a 2 year old and hit the ball with my feet off the ground like jonney miller in his prime.....now I've now chance, happy just to get round in respectable Manor with a 2!
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Posted 02 September 2017 - 06:45 AM

I was sick for our championship this year and missed it. The championship flight was 10 guys all with plus handicaps. Minus 8 won this year (2 day metal play).

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Posted 03 September 2017 - 11:59 PM

Came second last year was +6 with 6 holes to go bogeyed in and the guy who won finished +8. Only 2 rounds as our 2nd round of 3 got rained out which helped me get close.

Walked away with the nett though. Guy who won was off 2 I was out to 11 which is back to a more respectable 7 now.

Hoping I can play out of my skin this year and give it a real go working hard to cut out some dumb mistakes and go mid to low 70s on a more regular basis


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Posted 11 September 2017 - 04:22 PM

I won last year (70-66-71) and this year (67-69-72).

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Posted 11 September 2017 - 10:42 PM

I went in thinking if I could get in at even or under the first day I could probably be in the last group for Sunday and ya never know what will happen when the lights are on. Ended up with a 36 putt 74. (4 putted the first green for double and three putt bogey on the third - not to mention missing an eight footer for eagle on the second by three feet) and ended up in the lead by two. Played horrible on Sunday but made no big mistakes and held on for the victory.
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Posted 12 September 2017 - 08:47 AM

I defended my club championship this past weekend shooting 65-63.


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Posted 12 September 2017 - 09:30 AM

I can, but I didn't.  I shot 74-73 ( A score that I said could win before it started).  I didn't take into consideration someone shooting 66 in round one!  Great round by him, I lost by 2!  Maybe next year!

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Posted 14 September 2017 - 10:19 PM

I defend the matchplay title tomorrow in the finals and then the strokeplay title on the weekend.

I'm hoping I can find my game, not playing too good. I wasnt last year either though and found a way to finally get my name on the trophy.

I'm lucky this isnt a math test. Once a peg is in the ground all bets are off and I'll grind with the best of them.


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Posted 17 September 2017 - 07:54 PM

I was able to defend the matchplay and strokeplay this weekend boys.

Proud of the fact my game was there when I really needed it. I was in a little slump heading in.

I had a harder mental time defending the title then I did last year winning my first. My brain is just flat out fried.

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Posted 17 September 2017 - 08:11 PM

View Postb.helts, on 12 September 2017 - 08:47 AM, said:

I defended my club championship this past weekend shooting 65-63.

Congrats....that's deep.

What course?

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Posted 17 September 2017 - 08:17 PM

View Postgretch, on 17 September 2017 - 08:11 PM, said:

View Postb.helts, on 12 September 2017 - 08:47 AM, said:

I defended my club championship this past weekend shooting 65-63.

Congrats....that's deep.

What course?

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Posted 19 September 2017 - 12:51 PM

92-72, yep...   that didn't get it done.  It did get me last place in the Chip flight, however. :)

The 92 wasn't quite as bad as it seemed (hit 2 drives OB, skulled on 60 yd pitch OB and hit one tree on a short approach that pissed me OB); the 72 didn't feel quite as well as the number  ( I had 3 eagle putts yet had no birdies on those holes; I uncharacteristically made 3 bomb putts, 2 for par; hit the flagstick twice resulting in 2 birds).

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Posted 19 September 2017 - 12:53 PM

View Postb.helts, on 12 September 2017 - 08:47 AM, said:

I defended my club championship this past weekend shooting 65-63.

wow!  congrats!!  only in my dreams


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Posted 20 September 2017 - 09:18 AM

I finished 2nd the last two years.  So this year I really practiced for it.  Re-looked at my entire game in the weeks before and worked hard on what I felt where my weaknesses.  I made a point to hit balls or plan every day for the 3 weeks going into it.  Saturday I put my best round ever by 2.  I even felt like I left 6 shots on the course with decent birdie putts that just did not fall but where very close.  It was one of my best days on the course.  Sunday morning on the range the butterflies were crazy.  I was playing with a guy who has one in the past and on the first tee he shakes my hand and says "you got this, just play your game".  I shot 1 better then Saturday and won by 2 strokes.

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Posted 20 September 2017 - 09:27 AM

View PostNorthMNgolfer, on 20 September 2017 - 09:18 AM, said:

I finished 2nd the last two years.  So this year I really practiced for it.  Re-looked at my entire game in the weeks before and worked hard on what I felt where my weaknesses.  I made a point to hit balls or plan every day for the 3 weeks going into it.  Saturday I put my best round ever by 2.  I even felt like I left 6 shots on the course with decent birdie putts that just did not fall but where very close.  It was one of my best days on the course.  Sunday morning on the range the butterflies were crazy.  I was playing with a guy who has one in the past and on the first tee he shakes my hand and says "you got this, just play your game".  I shot 1 better then Saturday and won by 2 strokes.

Words can't even begin to say how pumped I was after that weekend.

Nice work man!

I had a really hard time with nerves this year too. Nice job controlling them and getting the goal completed!

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Posted 20 September 2017 - 09:38 AM

At my club, there are two main championships - a stroke play event in the spring and then a match play one in the fall which is really the official club championship. I am in no way a good enough player to compete in the championship flight of either. I have had some success over the years in my flight of the stroke play one winning either low-gross or low-net a number of times. The match play one has been an entirely different story for me. The variety of ways I have found over the years to snatch defeat from the Jaws of Victory in my matches is amazing. My first round match last year was played in absolutely abominable conditions - much of the match was played in a driving rain with water starting to pool all over the course. Even that can't explain just how badly I played, though. I lost to a guy who I am confident if we played 10 rounds together I would beat by an average of at least 3 or 4 shots in normal stroke play. Match play just psyches me out, and with each passing year my failures only seem to make that worse. I'll have another chance here in a few weeks. We'll see how that goes.....

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Posted 20 September 2017 - 12:48 PM

Competitions are the best. In fact, the Club Championship is pretty much the only reason why I'd ever be interested in joining a club in the first place.

That said, the Austin Men's City Championship is effectively my "club championship," but you're not winning that unless you're a +3 tourney index or better.

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Posted 21 September 2017 - 07:20 AM

If I join a club again it will be mainly to get back in the thrill of actual competition.  (rather than what I can generate with friends) Stroke play is probably out of the question as (not sure if this is UK only) everywhere I've played someone has delivered a net 63/64 which barring a miracle I'll never do.

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Posted 28 September 2017 - 11:12 AM

So I posted in here a few pages ago and I played in my club championship and I thought I'd share my experiences...

Our club championship this year was stroke play 54 holes over 2 days. They have it broken down into flights for handicapping but I chose to play in the championship flight which meant it was just straight up golf. I knew I would be in for a rough go since I only played maybe 20 rounds all season and one of them from the tips. Plus I was playing against golfers who played tons more, from the tips, and with lower handicaps. Needless to say, I was already in the hole. There were a few reasons I thought I had a chance...First was age. I was the youngest guy by 7 years. Playing 36 the first day isn't unheard of for the other guys but for me, 36 was perfectly fine and I wouldn't be that sore the next day. Second, I used to caddie at the course and caddied there for 8 years. Only 1 member in the championship had been a member longer than I'd been there caddying and playing. So I had experience that the majority of the field didn't have. Third was distance, granted it doesn't matter all that much but I was hitting 6 iron while others were hitting hybrids and my tee shots were past theirs almost every time. Heck even my 5 wood would go longer than most of their drives. Again, there's more to golf than length but it does wear a guy down when he's 40 yards short of me.

First day was 2 rounds. First round I was nervous as all get out and shot 85. But I played the last 5 holes -2 including sticking my second shot on a par 5 to 8 feet after being in the forest. It was a straight up Sergio at Medinah shot. I thought for sure someone had posted an even par or even under par and I would be long gone and bring up the rear. I came in and found out that I wasn't that far off actually. The leader came in with a 77 and we had two guys WD. So the field was down to 5. I joked with the head pro and said "well at least I'm guaranteed a top 5 finish!"

Went in and changed, grabbed a bite, and went out for the second round. I'm not sure if it was because I was playing with a guy who I get along with really well, or because I finally woke up, or because I was playing with house money since I was at the back of the field but I played AMAZING. I came in with 75 and had the low round of the day and was actually in second place. Granted the leader had a 5 shot cushion but still, I was back in the game.

Third round started with me going back to my first round and played about the worst I've played in a tournament since high school. By the time I got to 16, it was all but done for me and the leader could've won if he played with a PW for the rest of the round. Everyone folded but no one folded as beautifully as me! 16 is a long par 4 425 slight dog leg right. I caught my drive just right and was 145 out. I set up to the ball with my 9 for a smooth even tempo swing to just get to the center of the green and take my two putt. I felt off over the ball but just ignored it. Next thing I know, the ball is going at a 90 degree angle into the woods. Straight up hosel rocket...then the next shot was going to just punch out. That ball went all of 25 feet and still in the woods. Next shot, another hosel rocket. And another, and another and another... took an 8!

Long story somewhat shorter...I posted an 88 for the last round and took DFL. So I got top 5! All things considered, I'm not upset with how I played. I didn't play much at all this year and it was my first year playing in the championship flight. Next year, I'll go for it again and who knows. All I know is that I set the bar at a reasonable spot and I don't see how it could get much uglier!
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Posted 29 September 2017 - 03:11 PM

I won my club's "A" flight this year, which is one flight below the championship flight. This flight had guys as low as a 6 handicap, up to about a 12 or 13 cap. It was gross scoring only. Two days, 18 holes each day, and both days it was cold, windy and wet.

Anyways, like Pierso2's story above, I started the first round with less than my best golf. I was shooting ok until I got to the 18th hole. I pumped two drives OB, and took a 9 on a par 4. I ended up shooting a dismal 88. However, after watching the other scores come in, I wasn't in all that bad of shape. The day 1 leader shot 84, and there were a couple others who were ahead of me, but I was right in the middle of the pack. Apparently the conditions were tough for everyone.

Day 2 I decided to just play stress-free, not worry about it. Like day 1, it was cold, drizzly, and windy. I ended up shooting an 83, and then sat around and watched the leaders come in. The carnage was real. The day 1 leader blew up and shot a 91. Before I knew it, I had won. And all I could think about was if I hadn't pumped two OB on 18 in day 1 and take a 9 on that hole, I would have run away with it.

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Posted 23 October 2017 - 11:55 AM

I backed up my win last year by winning again this year. -10 for 3 days.

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Posted 23 October 2017 - 12:07 PM

View PostSixcat, on 29 July 2015 - 10:12 AM, said:

Nope.  The guy who won last year shot 65-67, second place was 68-65 and third was 67-67.  Several exceptional players at my club.  The guy who won last year, Sherrill Britt, reached the USGA Four Ball finals this year.

Two years later and there's still no chance in hell for me to win my club championship.  This year's winner shot a ridiculous 129 (62-67).

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Posted 23 October 2017 - 01:56 PM

View PostMrJones, on 18 July 2017 - 10:21 AM, said:

I'm not even close. I'm hoping that in a couple of years I can at least compete in the Championship flight. For the last couple of years though my scores have stayed the same even though I've been improving my game overall.
So I posted this in the middle of July and now qualify to play in my Club's Championship flight. I've still got time to improve before next year's tournament but I'll be proud just to be playing in that flight. Chances of winning right now? I'd need to play my very best while about 6 guys would have to play poorly.

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