There isn’t much worse in the game of golf than having an amazing warm up session and then going to the first tee and feeling like you have never held a golf club before. From there, you take a couple practice swings, trying to regain the feeling that you had at the range. You step up to your golf shot and hit it terrible and end up making a double bogey on the first hole. This makes you so mad because you literally just hit it so good on the driving range and then you come out here and do stupid shit like make a 6 on the first hole. Regardless, you pull yourself together and proceed to the second tee box. While on the second tee box you watch everybody in your group hit the fairway prior to your turn. You are finally up and are standing behind the ball thinking about your next golf shot. “I really want to hit this one good so that I can get back on track. Just don’t do what you did on the last hole.”
Just like that you repeat the exact same golf shot that you hit on the previous hole and just like the previous hole you once again found a way to make a double bogey. Six holes in and you are playing some of the worst golf that you have ever played and so on the 7th tee box you just say “F@$* IT, I don’t care anymore, I am just going to play” and you make a bogey on number 7 and par numbers 8 & 9. You then proceed to shoot 9 strokes better on the back 9 than you did the front 9 and you come in and say, “Yeah I don’t know what happened out there. I mean you saw me on the range, I couldn’t miss and then I went out there and shot 55 on the front 9 and then somehow shot 46 on the back 9. Go figure right?”
"On top of that I felt like I didn't hit it any differently on the front 9 as I did the back 9. I don't know what happened. It was just weird"