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Tony S

Had a very interesting game last Tuesday . 5 double bogies,5 bogies,5pars& 3 natural eagles using my favorite 

golf ball the Pro V1.   Two on par 5's and one on a par 4.


Cathi, Titleist Club Concierge

Wow - 3 natural eagle......nice!

Christopher M

What's a natural eagle vs. an eagle? 

Cathi, Titleist Club Concierge

Eagles are two under par for a hole.  It is a rare score.  Sometimes, people have net eagles, which means that they subtracted strokes to get to an eagle score. 

Brian D


Way to go with 3 eagles in one round.  That is unreal.  I would keep that day's card and ball for your collection.

Again, Congrats on a great accomplishment



Tony S

Not net!

Tony S

I did


Rick V

Chris, a natural eagle is a gross score, actually getting the ball in the hole in two strokes less than the par.  An adjusted eagle is a net score that applies an appropriate deduction based on your handicap.  So, for example, if you're an 18-handicap and you're playing in a tournament where you're keeping gross as well as net scores, on the net side you would get a stroke on every hole.  So if you make a 4 on a par 5, you've made a natural birdie but a net eagle.  Hope that helps.


Christopher M

People claim net eagles? That's hilarious.

andy r

Well done !! That round was anything but boring that's for sure.

Ryan D.

Christopher M
People claim net eagles? That's hilarious.

That is kind of what I was thinking haha


hey, tony!


keep knocking them down!