The thick fog makes golfing nearly impossible. At least when you tee off on a long straight par five you can kind of guess where you should hit the ball. Par threes are a bit more problematic. Where's the flag? I believe it is somewhere between that trap on the right and the edge of the water left, can you see it? Distance markers are no help either, especially for large greens when a given distance to the middle of the green could mean plus minus twenty meters. I had a terrible score and I am too embarrassed to reveal what I shot (46+47=93). Believe it or not I once had a lucky birdie on a par four dogleg to the left. Crunched my drive right down the middle of the fairway, completely guessing where the flag might be, hitting a perfect six iron low and over the water, and when I got there it was two feet short of the hole. I won't mention all the double bogies and the six balls I lost that day.
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