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Out west we California golfers only circle birdies when we mark our scorecards. No boxes on bogies.

I played yesterday in a group where one of the players was boxing bogies. This causes confusion with our system because we can mistake them for birdies.

How does everyone else mark their cards?

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we use par 3's as the base which is 54 throws for 18 holes. When totaling up the score you simply go through and add up any bogies (scores other 3 that don't have circles) then go back through and subtract the circled birdies. This gives you a certain number of throws above or below 54. Then you add or subtract that number from 54.
Ditto. Only thing getting rings is OB. any sort of OB.
Then maybe I won't feel so bad about that bogey because it has a circle around it. I earned it.
When I get asked my score and I went OB, I tell them "that's a 4 with jewelry"

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