For casual rounds, I don't really worry about the score anyway.
sleepy wrote:I sleepy, do hereby commit to use the Comet as my main midrange disc for a period of no less than one (1) year; commencing 11/24/09 and ending (if I so choose) on 11/24/10.
Blake_T wrote:i generally reference par in this manner:
if a hole can be reached (yielding a 35' or less putt) within 2 controlled and gimmick free 330' perfect drives, it is a par 3 or lower. so say, a 650-700' wide open hole would be a par 3. a 900' hole in the wide open would be a par 4.
however, if there are gimmicks involved, such as a 300' Z shaped fairway on a tight tunnel shot with a blocked canopy that requires 3 100' throws to reach it, that would be a par 4.
i also believe in par 2's as it is the only way to keep scores meaningful.
if a course has 18 650' holes vs. 18 100' holes, the second course should have a much lower par than the first.
adidadg wrote:i dunno, imo any hole that should be a par 2, probably shouldnt even be a hole in the first place, at least on any half decent course....
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