Well, this 15 is a friend with whom I play an event every fall. He doesn't play much--only the third time this year for score, so his handicap is not based on really recent rounds. He has been practicing a good bit, though, because he's bringing his daughters to the range to learn to play. He just had an exceptional day: long straight drives, second shots on the green or the fringe, and some good putts. He had one bogey and one birdie on the front 9 (to my three and two), and three bogeys and a birdie on the back (to my three and two). It really was a good match; I just played poorly on the par 5s, hitting at least one tree on each of them, and finishing two over for the day on the 5's. It's life in the world of handicap golf. As one of the pros said to me afterwards, "You shot well under your handicap (7), just not on the right holes.