FRED COUPLES: The first ball, I got it on the front part and three-putted from 40, 50 feet.
2, I hit a good drive off the tee but chunked an iron 20 yards short of the green and two-putted for bogey.
3, actually was pulled, but it hit the tree in the corner and ricocheted across the creek. Then I tried a stupid shot, hit it in the water, dropped it, knocked it on the green and made about a 15-footer for bogey.
6, good drive and a wedge, ten feet.
7, driver, 3-wood over the green, chipped in with a pitching wedge.
8, forgot that one. I missed the green, just off the green and chipped it in for about 30 feet.
9, hit a 9-iron 20 feet by the hole, made it.
10, hit it short of the green on the upslope of the bunker but had an easier chip than I would have in the bunker, and I blasted out to four feet and I missed it.
11, hit the driver and 3-iron on, 40 feet, two-putted.
13, hit a good 7-iron to about three feet, made birdie.
15, hit a good drive and pull-hooked an iron, went through the trees left of the green about 50 yards short of the green, and I made it up and made about a ten-footer, good up-and-down.
16, hit a good 5-iron to 12 feet and made it.
17, just off, chipped on, three-putted.
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