- Feb 20, 2013
In the semi-final of the high handicap matchplay, I played the front nine of my course in 45 last week - I opened par/par/par/par. I am sure my opponent suspected the same; I've got 11 rounds in my handicap record at the moment off a mixture of our courses and tees and my best front or back nine is 50. I really do try my hardest every time I play, am nowhere near good enough to manipulate my score, and would be upset if anyone seriously thought otherwise. Are we incapable of seeing someone play well by their own standrds and say "well done"?