DC300 Of course, but you've missed the entire point.
It was an attempt at reductio ad absurdum. Everybody is focused on the number 59. My argument is that the number itself is not what's important, it's how far under par a score is that matters. Focusing on the number 59 is arbitrary.
To prove my point, I use reductio ad absurdum. I could have taken it further. What if the 59 was shot on a 9-hole round?
In either the 9-hole case, or the par 62 executive course case, the number 59 (in and of itself) loses its magic. I have taken y'all's concept that 59 is somehow magic, and proven that the argument leads to an absurdity, because 59 on nine holes is not a good score.
Therefore, 59, in and of itself, is not the point.
I rest my case.