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Old 11-20-2019, 11:45 PM
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Originally Posted by DavidSauls View Post
I have a very subjective definition of a bad hole: it's one I don't enjoy playing. This usually falls into one of two categories:

(1) Boring holes, where the score is almost always the same, and there's nothing special about the throw. In particular, an open flat shot of such length that I can rarely get a 2, but almost always get a 3.

(2) Luck holes, where the width or shape of the fairway mean a good score is more a result of good fortune than good execution. Holes that, even if I get lucky and get a birdie, I didn't enjoy it.
You said the first one better then I could.
the second type, I am not as good as others on this site so I do not want to say a particular hole is luck based but the obvious ones that are luck based in a poke and pray or in a you will go ob or have disc lost over water more often then not for 90% of all disc golfers excluding the top 10% players unless the design of course holes is needed for those top 10% in big top level NT/PT tournaments.
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