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Okay: here are my entries. They aren't particularly good, but they work which is fine for me.

Hole 1 - 21 chars

(split/[^\w_]/,pop)[4] 1234567890123456789001
Hole 2 - 24 chars
perl -e'\ \ \ \ goto TPC'
Hole 4 - 31 chars
map{chr(hex)}unpack("A2"x11,pop) 1234567890123456789012345678901
Hole 5 - 32 chars
$x=shift;map{$x=$_ if$_<$x}@_;$x 12345678901234567890123456789012
Hole 6 - 53 chars (ugh!)
sort{($a=~/([aeoui])/)[0]cmp($b=~/([aeiou])/)[0]}@_} 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456890123

In reply to Re: PGA Golf, Round 1 by mr.nick
in thread PGA Golf, Round 1 by jmcnamara

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