Welcome to week 9 at Ketchaboneck Club by tpetro . A template course set in Northern Long Island, I believe this one pulls a lot of inspiration on the look from The Creek Club in New York. The setting is a lot of lowland fun, and the challenge is going to be in these greens in these conditions. The 11th, 15th and 18th in particular are a lot of fun, but my favorite stretch on the course is 5 thru 8 because of the routing and interesting holes all laid out in a row.
Have fun, shoot em straight, and drain some putts! Things are certainly going to turn up a notch after this week difficulty wise. Some very tough courses coming up in the next 5 weeks or so.
Last Edit: Nov 22, 2021 13:12:11 GMT -5 by jwtexan
What a difference a week makes. Opened up with twin 57s to sit at -28 at the cut this week, so might just sneak in and knock off one of my red things. Third round shot 60 but unfortunately couldn't get anything going at all in the last and could only manage 68. If it wasn't putts burning edges it was approaches not landing close enough for realistic birdie chances.
-42 for the week, apart from the final round pretty happy with it. I went up and played the platinum event for practice as well, would have been nice to have that final round here (-13).
Post by SMIFFYLFC79 on Nov 23, 2021 7:11:32 GMT -5
Uh oh either Christmas may have come early or i'm about to break the game by making the cut here and on TST (-13 there should be enough)
Back to here Top Ten (T7) last week , and a bogey free 36H's = -12 & -15 which leaves me at -27 halfway through, seems I have eventually found a bag setup that works, and/or I have eventually worked out how to putt
Class course, really could have won the CC Contest IMO. Good luck out there this week!
former best nintendo switch designer, self-proclaimed dumbass, can't play this game for sh%$ courses: Bosduinen (bad) Cape Castine (bad) wip projects: farm thing (non-contest) National Treasure project - New Hampshire thing
Was checking the leaderboard as we approach the cut line, and found that Jules Eley uploaded a hole in one to his card! Congrats! And the hole in 1 seems to be the difference between a missed cut and a made cut so far for Jules.
alejandroacantilado: the PGA is doing a great job of setup, and I think the USGA could really learn from them. The bunkers, the decision to not cut the greens when the wind is up. They have to remember that when they go back to Shinnecock in a few years...
May 20, 2022 11:29:23 GMT -5
alejandroacantilado: man, too bad Hanse couldn't do anything about those cart paths.
May 19, 2022 13:10:05 GMT -5