I can't believe I am admitting this but I COMPLETELY suck at any position on hole 8. That's right... 8! Why...? I don't know, it's open, wide and straight. It has to be one of the easiest holes to par but not for me!
First of all, I know I'm a nerd... I have over 300 rounds recorded in an excel spreadsheet.
My worst hole is #7 averaging a 3.3. My best hole is #2 with a 2.8 average (2.6 in the last year).
My second worst is hole 5, although I really like hole 5. :)
Hole #7 has always been my Achilles' Heel. It started when I grilled an oncomming Honda in 2001. Then on my 1st tournament (Spring Fling) #7 was my start hole. Even though I shot 4 birdies warming up on other holes I took a Snowman for my my 1st hole of my 1st tourney!
Hole 7 used to be my worst but then I learned how to roll a disc. Now, I'd have to say hole 12 gives me the most trouble. There are a couple pins I can get birdies on but there are 12 different locations and I almost always hit a tree and ricochet away from where I'm aiming.
Pins A and B for hole 10. If they are in these positions and I am still bogey free, look out, 'cause I will probably have a crappy drive and then have to fight for a par, inevitable. Lately I have taken to just getting around the corner and making my layup shot, birdies happen but not often enough for the close proximity.
Wow, Sean, didn't you win your division last year? It's even more impressive knowing you snowmaned the first hole. As i've said before, I love all the pins at Morley but the one (and only, i've got the new positions on 5 and 6 already) that I have never birdied is 7 in the F position. It's one of those shots that gives you one real line at birdie and if you can't play the shot, you can't deuce it. And anyone who has played with me for any decent amount of time knows I can't throw a roller. 7E is reachable with a monster sidearm, so I should try bombing a monster sidearm and mabye i'll have a line at a jump putt.