71 is a great score, but what kind of golfers are we if we don't want to be better? No matter how great one plays there is always the opportunity to save at least one shot. Guys that have shot 59 still miss a putt or two, miss a green, or hit a drive that didn't go exactly where they wanted it to. We are always looking for that perfect round, and it's okay if we never get it; I don't plan on ever giving up on it.
Best round ever was a -5 67 at pretty driver friendly course but with tough greens. I had 31 putts (missed a 6 and 8 footer for birdies) and settled for par on a par 5 when I was just short of the green in two. Was I filled with joy over my 67? Is the Pope Catholic? haha of course I was. But I knew it could have been better, every round could be better.