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Postby JPZ » Sat Dec 06, 2008 10:37 pm

Got tierd of scrolling down :shock:

COURSE IS MOWED, CLEANED and Getting more players out every week...COME ON OUT AND JOIN :!: :!: :!:
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby Bornabuckeye » Sat Dec 06, 2008 11:30 pm

LOL!

It was getting out of hand a lil bit.
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby milenko » Wed Dec 10, 2008 12:45 am

Heres one for ya....What if we put a bridge over the creek and put an alt teepad there for 12?That would be awesome.
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Postby djester » Wed Dec 10, 2008 1:11 am

Could also be called trespassing too. Sucks, but is not part of the parks property.
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Postby Bornabuckeye » Wed Dec 10, 2008 9:13 am

Yeah Im sure everyone that has played JP has come up with that idea before.
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby djester » Thu Dec 11, 2008 1:02 pm

I'll be out saturday to work on some of the stumps and to line the paths a bit more with dead trees. There might be some raking and fun stuff like that if anyone wants to help!

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Postby Bornabuckeye » Thu Dec 11, 2008 1:52 pm

I would love to...

But...

I have family christmas party at noon and im seeing my hometown Cavaliers beat down on the hawks at 7.

Next weekend Im open if anyone wants to have sort of a clean up day.
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby JPZ » Sat Dec 20, 2008 9:23 pm

Most all of the trees on 4 have been removed .....so now hopefully you barney's will quit complaining how hard the hole is!!!!!!
then again, I think it was put best by Josh something like,"regardless of how easy you make the course, people are still gonig to complain".
Sorry if I hacked the Quote my recollection is probably off a bit . But, the point is the same.
The good news is, I pared it 3 x's today getting through clean all times..................the bad news is it was a make or break hole in a round -momentum changer hole.
You came to 4 you either held on w/ a 3 or it all kind-a went down hill from there.
Now, you will get a 3. 8 x's out of 10 probably. So,..............................BE HAPPY BARNEY'S
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Postby djester » Mon Dec 22, 2008 1:54 pm

played the course yesterday.... thew hole No.4 three times and only got one par....must be me.
It looks a lot better now that the tree's have been cleared up somewhat. A few new routes are visible, but the hole isn't too much easier.... did I mention that I wasn't playing too well?? :lol:
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Postby red » Mon Dec 22, 2008 3:16 pm

Jordan and I played the course on Sat. and they have done quite a lot out there and the course looks REALLY GREAT!

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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby JPZ » Mon Dec 22, 2008 3:33 pm

djester wrote:played the course yesterday.... thew hole No.4 three times and only got one par....must be me.
It looks a lot better now that the tree's have been cleared up somewhat. A few new routes are visible, but the hole isn't too much easier.... did I mention that I wasn't playing too well?? :lol:



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I imagine, you must be trying to get ready for the doubles tournament @ VL :lol:
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby djester » Mon Dec 22, 2008 3:44 pm

she'll do anything I tell her to do..... :wink:
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby milenko » Mon Dec 22, 2008 10:35 pm

JPZ wrote:Most all of the trees on 4 have been removed .....so now hopefully you barney's will quit complaining how hard the hole is!!!!!!
then again, I think it was put best by Josh something like,"regardless of how easy you make the course, people are still gonig to complain".
Sorry if I hacked the Quote my recollection is probably off a bit . But, the point is the same.
The good news is, I pared it 3 x's today getting through clean all times..................the bad news is it was a make or break hole in a round -momentum changer hole.
You came to 4 you either held on w/ a 3 or it all kind-a went down hill from there.
Now, you will get a 3. 8 x's out of 10 probably. So,..............................BE HAPPY BARNEY'S


I thought we ran all the Barneys out with your BB gun?
I wasnt trying to get trees that blocked the shots.I simply wanted to clear out clutter,I understand the living tree aspect,they need to be thinned in areas.A trimming in the fall/winter is a good thing not to better play but to better scenery. :mrgreen: If we have to dig them out and transport them to an area of the course that could use a few obstacles know what I mean.
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby JPZ » Mon Dec 22, 2008 10:43 pm

milenko wrote: know what I mean.


No one has any clue, what you are talking about ...ever!!!.................................. :lol:
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby milenko » Mon Dec 22, 2008 10:46 pm

Seriously?
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby JPZ » Tue Dec 23, 2008 1:15 am

ummmm....YES..... ............................:lol: .....POKE,POKE....STAB,STAB... :shock: ..........NO....JK
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby dandaman » Tue Dec 23, 2008 12:53 pm

Yes after much much debate about the validity of hole four a minor adjustment had to be made. It was a tough hole, but it lacked true diversity on shot making levels. There are now three routes that players can choose from. here they are from left to right:

1. The wide route: This is also known as the near original route of this hole. It is possible to still reach the basket at this route but while it allows the disc more flexiblity to set up off the tee, the fairway becomes more cluttered with trees as a disc nears the basket.

2. The insiders route: This is a new route. This shot is not the easiest to complete but if executed correctly players can expect an easier par if not a chance at a birdie. It requires a tight anhyzer threaded in between two sets of trees to be completed approx. 80 ft. off the tee.

3. The narrow route: This route is your best choice if you want to birdie the hole. Of all the shots in disc golf this is one of my favorites ( a classic risk/reward shot). Approx. 40 ft off the tee there are two groups of trees that provide a narrow lane to throw a disc through ( approx. 8-10 ft wide). Once you are through the hole is relatively open towards the basket. the kicker is if your disc does hit a tree early the probability of making par goes way down.


And while I agree the hole is easier than its original, it is by no means an easy birdie or a give-me-par. It just needed more variety to an outcome. And the hole can become tougher again.. all it requires is another pin placement further back. :twisted:
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Postby milenko » Tue Dec 23, 2008 6:19 pm

I agree somewhat,wasnt really that hard,and A further alt pin placement will suit that hole well.For those that dont understand what I just wrote.....I mean Hole wasnt really all that hard,alt pin good :? :lol: .Im gonna be out there hopefully after work tomorrow play holes 1-6,gotta go to a Christmas party at 6 so I cant play all 18.If 4 really is playing much easier I should be sinking it in 2 right? 8)
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby JPZ » Wed Dec 24, 2008 3:09 pm

milenko wrote:For those that dont understand what I just wrote....8)

still have no clue what you are getting @.....as usual............................................... :lol:
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby milenko » Wed Dec 24, 2008 3:13 pm

:twisted:
Maybe well have to settle this on the course :wink:
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby JPZ » Thu Dec 25, 2008 11:44 am

milenko wrote::twisted:
Maybe well have to settle this on the course :wink:

.......................... :roll:
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby milenko » Thu Dec 25, 2008 3:46 pm

Thats all good,Ill bring my sons new nerf gun ITs on lil man.Lol
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby JPZ » Sat Jan 31, 2009 12:02 am

Who's Bright :idea: was it to put flags on the rt. side of 9? .......Briliant :x
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby Bornabuckeye » Sat Jan 31, 2009 12:06 am

quit your complaining and put one in the fairway! :P
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby JPZ » Sat Jan 31, 2009 1:02 am

Oh, I did today ,no problem...but, your just taking players shots away. 1 more week of this then, I can smack you around, again. when you get out of line. :shock:
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Postby Bornabuckeye » Sat Jan 31, 2009 9:08 pm

I love the layout!

Im so excited about this upcoming weekend, course looks great, layout is a beautiful one, and of coarse... the island is amazing.

Dan, Wade, and I have decided to make 11 a permanent island using the mulch in the spring. I am going to try and talk my uncle into allowing me to use his ditchwitch, but if I cant we could use some help digging. The plan is to dig a ditch, possible a little more forgiving in the front but similar to the island now and fill it up with the mulch located on 18. It would make a gold color ring around the hole and the lawn mowers could run over the much no problem. Plus, if you didnt want to play it, you wouldnt have to.
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby dandaman » Mon Feb 09, 2009 6:23 pm

Next major projects include:

Extending hole 14 to the old growth woods across the road by hole 15's teepad. Another par 4 yea!

Making the island green on hole 11 permenant.
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Postby djester » Mon Feb 09, 2009 11:01 pm

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Postby JPZ » Tue Feb 10, 2009 3:17 pm

dandaman wrote:Next major projects include:

Extending hole 14 to the old growth woods across the road by hole 15's teepad. Another par 4 yea!


Was this my fault :lol: . If so, I will be blamed for 17-B and long 14 .......................................Sweet :wink:
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Postby Bornabuckeye » Tue Feb 10, 2009 4:11 pm

Im trying to get in a 15 tee to 16 basket hole in.

If youve never played it, give it a try, its awesome.
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Postby JPZ » Tue Feb 10, 2009 11:09 pm

I have played it and proposed it myself to Wade...who hasn't . It's fun huh?
Not gonna happen though
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Postby downtownXXking » Sat Feb 14, 2009 10:01 pm

hey there,

i heard through the grapevine that ya'll at JPMosely might want a logo or image for a dg club. if this is true, i would like to help with that.

PM me please.

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Postby JPZ » Sat Feb 14, 2009 10:37 pm

No thanks! We are looking for someone w/ credentials and possibly a portfolio.



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has Donnie been running his mouth again?
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Postby Ghostinthemachine » Sun Feb 15, 2009 8:50 am

Dusty Jones has done a lot of the designs around disc golf since Jim Warner past away. So his street cred is good and I believe he's a professional graphics designer to boot. Another worthy players with credentials and skills is Jordy Boyd (?). He does most the disc golf t-shirts you see around Atlanta including my current favorite, the Jim Warner Totem T-shirt!

Hope this helps.
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Postby Wookie » Sun Feb 15, 2009 10:11 am

JPZ wrote:No thanks! We are looking for someone w/ credentials and possibly a portfolio.



ps.
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The IB is over man :P



How do you know he doesn't have credentials and a portfolio? :roll: He did a really nice job on the one at Central.
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Postby JPZ » Sun Feb 15, 2009 12:48 pm

I don't know this. ................:? ...........And, let me add, I believe my humor is worsening and weakening like my golf game.


I like Dusty's work.

However if anyone got a JPMIB disc I'm sure that they would agree, that the basket had way to much detail and was way to big (it got cut off)

His work on other projects has been wonderful.

I really liked the 12th annual Hotlanta design.
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Postby TomahawkChopper » Sun Feb 15, 2009 3:06 pm

JPZ wrote:I don't know this. ................:? ...........And, let me add, I believe my humor is worsening and weakening like my golf game.


I like Dusty's work.

However if anyone got a JPMIB disc I'm sure that they would agree, that the basket had way to much detail and was way to big (it got cut off)

His work on other projects has been wonderful.

I really liked the 12th annual Hotlanta design.


JpMIB disc had like 30 chains hangin off that bad boy. :shock:
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Postby grease » Sun Feb 15, 2009 10:40 pm

JPZ wrote:[u] I really liked the 12th annual Hotlanta design.


Do you mean the one that looks identical to the 2006 Hotlanta stamp that DD designed? The
stamp that was also used on the gray tee-shirts with the red to yellow fade (also 2006)?
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Postby JPZ » Mon Feb 16, 2009 12:21 am

:? Beats me, was it?

I just stepped out of Barney status last year, when I broke 60 (a 58) @ JPM from the tips . shot a 60 yesterday, like I said, "worsening and weakening". Yeah, I'm a barney again
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Postby TomahawkChopper » Mon Feb 16, 2009 6:54 pm

:( And their still not telling me :cry: :x . :twisted:
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby JPZ » Wed Feb 18, 2009 3:14 pm

Please move the baskets back Daniel.
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Postby djester » Wed Feb 18, 2009 3:27 pm

can we get more briars too?? There's none in the fairways anymore and I don't want to take a stroke and throw OB just to prick my hand on a briar.... please help!!


And please move No.7's basket back to the long position!

And redesign hole's 15 & 16, please. I have some idea's that might work out nicely
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Postby JPZ » Wed Feb 18, 2009 10:42 pm

Yes, I agree completely on the Briars! Everyone just got carried away on the work days removing them, huh? Sorry Josh :(

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Hole 7 would be lovely back in the 475 ft area...........or not

15 and 16 gone/redesigned ...then how could I erase what just happened to me on 13 :?

18 need to go back to a par 3 finishing hole, for now.

I am excited about the par 4-14th hole. Do you guys(Daniel and Wade) need a collar for this one or do you already have it?

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Postby Rebelution420 » Thu Feb 19, 2009 1:15 pm

:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: we should do something about hole 2! besides #11 its the easiest and most dueceable hole out there! anythoughts on how to better it maybe a forcefield around the basket that should be wonderful!! :!:
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Postby djester » Thu Feb 19, 2009 6:56 pm

add artificial limbs on the trees?
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby WAS » Thu Feb 19, 2009 7:46 pm

We have two collars available for alternate pins.
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Postby TomahawkChopper » Thu Feb 19, 2009 8:45 pm

Holes 1 and 2 are set-up that way to get peoples hopes up then they hit 3 and 5 and for those who dont play the course regularly things go down hill :lol: .4 and 14 should be given alt pin locals for now :D .Then maybe movin back 16 there is plenty of room there 8) .There are many things we can do here being blessed with so many acres.If we cant find any railroad ties we can use some of those rocks near the creek for now :idea:
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Postby JPZ » Thu Feb 19, 2009 10:36 pm

WAS wrote:We have two collars available for alternate pins.


Are 1 of those going to be placed long, on hole 14????

and

the other 1 being placed on hole 10, right of the path...set in the woods, not deep about 10-15 yards in?
It would add an OB w/ the walking path and shouldn't be to deep in, as to be a problem w/ flooding.
Could be a bit shorter than now so that a birdie would be possible.But still a risk w/ the added OB.

or

Do I sense another Par 4 in the works..:shock: ..Hmmmmmm?
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Postby djester » Thu Feb 19, 2009 10:45 pm

JPZ wrote:
WAS wrote:We have two collars available for alternate pins.




the other 1 being placed on hole 10, right of the path...set in the woods, not deep about 10-15 yards in?
It would add an OB w/ the walking path and shouldn't be to deep in, as to be a problem w/ flooding.
Could be a bit shorter than now so that a birdie would be possible.But still a risk w/ the added OB.


I thought that was the idea for hole no.11 ??
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Postby WAS » Thu Feb 19, 2009 11:10 pm

One of them is for hole 14.
I don’t think the second one has been decided.
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby JPZ » Fri Feb 20, 2009 10:55 am

I did to, until the island idea got brought up...Now, it sounds pretty good for 10 ..huh?

Switch it up boss! and put 18's basket back already, damn. :D
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Postby djester » Fri Feb 20, 2009 11:12 am

About hole No.18:
Moving the basket back didn't make the hole harder. (atleast for me).... it still plays the same. It's a bit easier for me now since I have an extra shot to make the basket.

If you moved the basket into the woods on hole No. 10, it would create a harder hole. I think the hole is hard enough as it is.... it is a tough par 3 and a very admirable birdie (if you can get one). I have no memory of getting a birdie on that hole, but then again, I have no memory about a lot of things! :?

Hole No. 2 is a easy hole....but there has been just as many 3's as 2's when I've played. There's not much you can do with a 200ft hole. Moving the pad back a bit would help.... just not sure about all the way on the hill like mentioned before.

Hole no. 4: I don't see how you could move the basket any further back without it being next to the walking trail and interfering with walkers..... sure you could move it further to the right.... but then what was the tree removal for?
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby JPZ » Fri Feb 20, 2009 12:08 pm

============================OPINION===================================
Many of my playing partners and I think,18 is a long boring finishing hole as a par 4

10 would either be shorter and reachable w/ an anhyzer
it's 443 ft now from the golds...kinda hard to birdie
if, it was shortened to say 350 to 400 ft. it would play nice w/ the added cart path OB
and still allow for a birdie(or a 5)
or lengthen it to 601 ft and make it a par 4 w/ a double mando off the tee and cart path ob :twisted:


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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby djester » Fri Feb 20, 2009 12:32 pm

I dont like 18 at all..... but I don't have the "golden key" to JP Moseley's city (so to speak).

I can only offer a idea... much like you
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Postby dandaman » Mon Feb 23, 2009 2:05 pm

18 and 7 have been moved to thier original positions.

Wade and I have been talking...OH-UH!!! :shock: :shock: :shock:

We would like to expand our course. This is the plan:

Move hole 14 back into the old growth forrest across the dirt road to make another par 4. Thanks JPZ for the idea, and BTW we need your help.

Move hole 15 into the open field left of the basket and behind 16's teepad (Old #14's fairway) Not sure of the measurments yet, but another par 4 hole that requires placement off the tee, and affords yet another birdie possibility on a par 4.

Move hole 16 drastically to the right in the old growth forrest behind 17's teepad. This hole would require the most work but would be a most excellent par 4 anhyzer hole with possible multiple routes to reach the pin. This hole would take the longest to accomplish

To re-cap: Make holes 14-16 par fours. All will be challanging but will still offer players the possibilities of making up strokes after playing 13. Two of these holes could become playable soon, but all of the holes will require safety measures to be put into place before they become hard core realities. Wade and I also need to rely on some of the local golfers (ahem*JPZ) to help us with clearing and a chainsaw would be most excellent (I'm thanking you ahead of time Josh).
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Postby Graiden » Mon Feb 23, 2009 2:56 pm

I could possibly help as well, but it all depends on when.
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby JPZ » Mon May 25, 2009 7:21 pm

Board has been fixed and filled with current information , including a map.
Scorecards are available.


I also bought $150 worth of industrial stength bug killer and weed killer to put on the woods holes 1-6 and 14-17 edges..
I will lay it down as soon as it dries up and the wind dies down......YEAH!



Daniel as far as the tree question

we can get a stump grinder that does 6 in. stumps rented for $70 for 4 hours or $100 a day. I can donate some funds and would love to do this but ...$ would be appreciated

thees can be half-cut by Josh and pulled in a good direction with my 4 wheeler before they become a problem and fall somewhere unwanted. Heads/Paths
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Postby djester » Mon May 25, 2009 7:53 pm

I'll put my chainsaw in the shop and have it running in tip-top shape ;)

We can also use the tree's that we cut down to line the paths. Or, we could use the tree's as poles and make the storm shelters like we've planned. It would cut the cost down quite a bit as I would only have to buy 2"x4"'s for the frame.
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Postby JPZ » Wed May 27, 2009 8:48 pm

Bush-hog was out today
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Postby kade.erp » Wed Jun 03, 2009 10:43 pm

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hope this link works, check out 3:10 in the vid. Island Hole Ideas.
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby dandaman » Fri Jul 03, 2009 7:42 pm

Working hard on the course.

There is a new ahyzer route available on 14 (rhbh).

Be on the lookout for sun shelters, and new signage in the not too distant future.
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Postby JPZ » Thu Nov 19, 2009 10:54 pm

Storm/Sun shelters are finished; including 14 with 13's old bench.
so 1(bad-ass)-7-8-10-12-and ....................................:roll: are installed and ready for use-----------weather permitting.
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Postby JPZ » Thu Nov 19, 2009 11:00 pm

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Postby JPZ » Thu Nov 19, 2009 11:07 pm

Current Pars
1-4
2-3
3-3
4-3
5-3
6-3
7-3
8-5
9-5
10-3
11-3
12-3
13-5
14-3
15-3
16-3
17-3
18-3
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Postby JPZ » Sun Dec 06, 2009 3:10 pm

Just wanted to post about a large tree that has fallen!!
It's on hole 3
It's dead
about 2ft wide
right past the red tee on the right side
broken 10 ft up
still hanging on
laying over the fairway

still not a problem to play just another safety hazard!!!

edit---my chainsaw is not gonna cut it......literally :mrgreen:
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Postby djester » Sun Dec 06, 2009 9:07 pm

I'll have the chainsaw serviced this week and try to get out there after work (doubt I can). We have Perkerson coming up so I'll be occupied Saturday & Sunday.... Maybe I can get out early on Saturday and at least fell the tree and try to get it out of the way so it poses not as much danger.

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Postby WAS » Tue Dec 08, 2009 9:27 am

I managed to knock the fallen dead tree all the way to the ground on hole 3 at JPM yesterday. It is now only a hazard to those who tee off on hole 3 with a roller.
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Postby JPZ » Tue Dec 08, 2009 1:07 pm

.
Yeah sorry for not doing that myself.

But, in my defense, at the time I was in a heated debate/round with Chris, MFK, Couch and Clunck
...who all managed at some point in the round to become disqualified for various reasons, except for Clunck...

Details of this round cannot be posted at this time.
Though they can be obtained through a notorized and Pre dated 1-1-10 court order, submitted to the Henry county P & R Department

I am obligated to uphold a Player-to-Playa confidentiality agreement
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Postby Big Red » Tue Dec 08, 2009 4:05 pm

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Postby djester » Tue Dec 08, 2009 4:10 pm

Aaron... its called "someone joking around".... might be new to you! (btw J/K!)

It's like KJ keeps saying..... He never understands what's being talked about in the JP threads. :lol:

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Postby Big Red » Tue Dec 08, 2009 4:45 pm

Well, given someone as naive as me it should come as no surprise that I have never fully mastered the concept of "joking around." Perhaps if I ever venture to the other side of the city I can count on you to fill my cup with the knowledge of how one "jokes around."
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Postby djester » Tue Dec 08, 2009 4:57 pm

you'll surely be laughing at my golf game!! :wink:
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Postby Redan Randy » Wed Dec 09, 2009 2:10 pm

Big Red wrote:Well, given someone as naive as me it should come as no surprise that I have never fully mastered the concept of "joking around." Perhaps if I ever venture to the other side of the city I can count on you to fill my cup with the knowledge of how one "jokes around."

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Postby djester » Wed Dec 09, 2009 3:07 pm

not sure about the last picture.... I know nothing of that sort of cigarette thing there. Henry county parks & rec. don't allow smoking in any of the parks.

Sasquatch has been seen at Jp Moseley though.... but I think that picture is of Clunck & Randy (part of what JPZ is saying he can't disclose) :shock:
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Postby JPZ » Wed Dec 09, 2009 8:48 pm

I understand that it does sound like I am joking
but truth be told I'm not....







...............................TRUTH IS:...............Clunck was not in violation of being DQ'd at an point during the, above mentioned, round...................... :wink:
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Postby Redan Randy » Wed Dec 09, 2009 9:03 pm

BTW.... Sigmund Freud might condone that kind of behavior, I DON'T!! So kids, NO HUGGING!!! :wink:
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Postby TomahawkChopper » Wed Dec 30, 2009 6:05 pm

As Jpz and I played a round today we noticed one there were alot of people playing today,Two the county is doing alot of shule grinding there is alot of work being done out there :shock: :D .
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Postby JPZ » Tue Jan 05, 2010 1:24 pm

Yeah all the schule left side of basket on 8 gone - GONE
all underbrush off tee left and right side on 10 - GONE
No large trees were removed
It looks good - Probably more to come
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Postby dandaman » Sun Jan 24, 2010 1:05 am

I installed flags on top of the baskets this week. It is now much easier to see pins in far away places or through the trees.

$ 28 at home depot
$ 15 at walmart
+ 4 hrs. of preparation and installation

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Postby SlingShot » Sun Jan 24, 2010 11:33 am

JPZ wrote:Yeah all the schule left side of basket on 8 gone - GONE


Any chance of shule removal on the left side of FAIRWAY 8? Probably the most common spot to lose a disc on the course.
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Postby djester » Sun Jan 24, 2010 12:49 pm

aim more to the right
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Postby SlingShot » Sun Jan 24, 2010 4:20 pm

:idea: I'll try that.
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Postby jritger » Sat Feb 20, 2010 8:47 pm

i played today and the course is looking AWESOME. seemed like all the privet and underbrush has been cut out ... everything is looking great down there! the flags on the baskets are sweet too.
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Postby dandaman » Mon Mar 29, 2010 10:29 pm

WORK DAY!!!

APR. 6th (Tues) or APR.7th (Wed)


We will be clearing a new pin placement for hole#14, and if energy and time permits we will be doing some maintence on holes 15-17 as well. Definetly would welcome anyone interested to contributing to the growth and maintenece of DG here in the ATL.
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Postby dandaman » Mon May 17, 2010 8:45 pm

New pin placement on #5. Ba-Kaw!
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Postby TomahawkChopper » Tue May 18, 2010 3:28 pm

dandaman wrote:WORK DAY!!!

APR. 6th (Tues) or APR.7th (Wed)


We will be clearing a new pin placement for hole#14, and if energy and time permits we will be doing some maintence on holes 15-17 as well. Definetly would welcome anyone interested to contributing to the growth and maintenece of DG here in the ATL.


I say wednesday Im normally always off on wednesday.
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Postby JPZ » Tue May 18, 2010 9:17 pm

UUUM!!!! THC, THAT WAS IN APRIL :mrgreen:

But, yeah we need 2 set something up
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Postby TomahawkChopper » Tue May 18, 2010 10:50 pm

I still say wednesday :roll: . Preciate ya call me out like that you coulda pmed me bro. I got ya tomorrow broski :lol: :twisted: . :mrgreen:
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Postby JPZ » Tue May 18, 2010 10:58 pm

I'l text you at 9am :lol:
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Postby TomahawkChopper » Tue May 18, 2010 11:06 pm

Hardy Har HAr. Ill hopefully already be there Redbull and old Proty ready to roll.
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Postby JPZ » Mon Sep 06, 2010 1:00 am

HOLE 6 the last tree on the left (lg dead) B4 you make it out the woods, has fallen down. blocking the fairway not the flight-path though
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Postby TomahawkChopper » Mon Sep 06, 2010 7:24 am

I knew it was a matter of time b4 that thing finally gave way.
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Postby dandaman » Sat Sep 25, 2010 11:01 pm

New flags installed on every hole except holes 2-5
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Postby dandaman » Sat Sep 25, 2010 11:05 pm

This Wed and Thurs (all day both days) construction and prep for the new teepad on 5 will begin. I would appreciate any help on the teepad installation. We're also in need of concrete for the teepad. Please PM if you could contribute in anyway.
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Postby TomahawkChopper » Mon Sep 27, 2010 11:29 am

I would but those are my over night work days 10 pm- 7 am . Woo hoooo cant wait.
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Postby dandaman » Fri Oct 01, 2010 10:32 pm

New concrete teepad on 5 gold= :D
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Postby $Dollar$ » Sat Oct 02, 2010 11:41 am

What is new about hole 5? It was the best wooded hole you had on the course, minus the scattered guardian trees blocking the basket. I'm just confused as how that hole would get a gold pad when all the other wooded holes could have used a new tee to make them more legit. I haven't see the changes so I'm just speculating here. Hopefully it's not a par 4 bc there are plenty of distance to deal with on the other holes.
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Postby djester » Sat Oct 02, 2010 12:13 pm

It's not a par 4. That would be barney style.
We made another tee since the tree was cut down in the middle of the old fairway. The hole is a lot better in terms of shot accuracy, beauty, and challenge. It's slightly uphill, following a ravine, with 2 trees that outline the fairway gap. The gap is about 20ft wide & 55ft off the tee pad. Make the gap, your golden, miss it and you'll have some chicken on the plate to deal with. Total distance added is not too much, maybe 40ft but the elevation change makes it seem further.

As for the other holes, I think a few trees could come out as well. Mainly the really small ones that are about 2 inches thick. They are shule and really don't have much of a chance to grow. Some of the lanes to shoot for don't line up with the baskets, so you kinda have to hit them and place for a putt.
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Postby dandaman » Sat Oct 02, 2010 3:58 pm

Well for pouring my first teepad I'd rate my performace at around a solid "B". No groovy lines but the pad seems rough enough so that there won't be any slips or falls. Definetly an improvement from dirt. :D

Bonus: first to throw from it.
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Postby $Dollar$ » Sat Oct 02, 2010 9:19 pm

sounds good!
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Postby $Dollar$ » Tue Oct 05, 2010 6:25 pm

Both tees on 5 make for a sweet wooded hole, but have the same problem.There are too many small, invalid trees turning a good shot into a good shot that needs to get lucky at the end.

I really like both tees, and wish that they were both holes on the course. But what is the point of leaving all those tiny trees around the green? Both holes provide an adequate challenge in hitting a gap AND maintaining a line. Those trees compromise the integrity of the hole!!!

Daniel, nice job on your first concrete tee. It made for a smooth take off leading to my birdie!
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Postby Can't Hit Open Putts » Wed Oct 06, 2010 6:58 am

Josh is going to take care of all the little trees less that 2 inches by taking them out, literally, by hand!!

Backstory: While playing last Sunday Josh smacked one of the little ones on his follow through with his hand. As he stood there in pain the tree he smacked did a slow motion TIMMMBERRR onto his head. If it wasn't for the fact that he drew blood and was in obvious pain I would've had a good laugh because he said he wanted to take out all the 2inch diameter trees before we drove.
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Postby dandaman » Thu Oct 14, 2010 6:09 pm

15's short pin has been replaced and is slightly to the right of where it used to be. RE: gets it further away from the bush of doom and it frames the basket off the tee...visible aces!
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Postby dandaman » Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:32 pm

Planning on being out at the course most of the day on Thursday and most of the day on Friday finalizing the prep for the course. We will be removing some of the higher reaching limbs on holes 2-6. Some of the lower limbs on the approach to hole 7's pin and a schule/bamboo/briar removal on hole 8.

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Postby Bootsie » Wed Nov 03, 2010 12:52 pm

change hole 12 and 18 and the course is bad ass. those 2 holes are lame as heck. take a survey and you'll find out 99% of the people you ask will say the same. i know no one likes me and thats cool i'll still design a course better then anybody in this town. those 2 holes can easily be modified so why not do it. i respect you guys out there at mosely this is in no way form any kind of disrespect.
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Postby TomahawkChopper » Thu Nov 04, 2010 11:03 pm

12 and 18 are good holes in my opinion. If you were to do anything with 12 id say move it back. And 18 needs and alt teepad throwing across the The Field Of Dreams.
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Postby djester » Thu Nov 04, 2010 11:35 pm

Bootsie wrote:change hole 12 and 18 and the course is bad ass.


[quote=Jester]
Check
12 is very "blah" and should be considered for redesigning.
18 is a different story.... not much to do there, just empty space.[/quote]

How about making hole 18 the new hole 11 or 12? :shock:
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Postby dandaman » Fri Nov 05, 2010 12:32 am

With 12 there are really only 4 alternatives:

1.) Move it back across the walking path and set it up as a par 4. I really don't mind doing this (if it the popular consensus) but I must point out that it is probably best to avoid having to cross the walking path (especially on hole 12), considering that people who are walking on the walking path will be in the way for a considerable time. Add in the fact that the pin would be surrounded by complete shule being off target does not sound like much fun.

2.) Shorten the hole. Hole 12 rarely gets dueced, but if there was one more possibility of an attainable birdie on the back I could see the benefit, but then again it's just a shorter hole that can be aced run. (yawn)

3.) Plant trees and such. It would take a long time for them to be of any challange, but this IMO would offer the only real change that could be of benefit for this hole can experience. Anyone know of a nursery looking to get rid of some of their bigger trees at say no cost?

4.) Leave it as is. Granted it is pretty much a throw it as far as you can so that you have a shorter upshot kind of hole, but then again I know I've bogeyed this hole in competition...and I know others have as well. It is definetly not the easiest of wide open par 3's that I have experienced and for that I have to give the current hole a nod. For me it requires at least two of the following things done correctly to achieve par: a decent drive, a great upshot, or a great putt. Without two of these three things this hole will bite you.



Hole 18:

Toughest par 3 on the course (perhaps next to 10). Par it and you leave happy. A bogey is easily had. Really not a lot that we can do here. Sorry. I readily admit that it is not my favorite hole on the course but beyond placing it as a par 4 there is not much that I can think of to make it more interesting. In this case the course gave us what it had left, and what could get you back to the parking lot. Any suggestions that wouldn't involve drastically changing the design (like 86ing a teepad) would be greatly appreciated...perhaps several large boulders with a basket anchored to the top of one? BTW boulders are not commonly found in Henry Co. and would need to be shipped to the course. Anyone have several tons of boulders and a dumptruck we could borrow? J/K
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Postby Bootsie » Sat Nov 06, 2010 8:50 am

build elevaded basket on hole 12 and move it in 80 feet making it a rip to get there and a tough putt. hole 18 move it into the woods on the left or put it on the tree line and make it so its reachable. There maybe 1 person in the entire sport that can reach it and i mean 1 person and that would be double G and maybe Avery but thats it. weak sauce some people would say.
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Postby dandaman » Mon Nov 08, 2010 1:28 am

Bootsie wrote:build elevaded basket on hole 12 and move it in 80 feet making it a rip to get there and a tough putt. hole 18 move it into the woods on the left or put it on the tree line and make it so its reachable. There maybe 1 person in the entire sport that can reach it and i mean 1 person and that would be double G and maybe Avery but thats it. weak sauce some people would say.


I could reason with your ideas on 12 but I don't have the materials needed to build an elevated basket (and at last check neither did the county)...and I am done spending any dough on the course this year... I personally like the idea of an elevated basket but I also thought it might look better on 18. Of course some of us :roll: (who have recently chimed in on this subject) voiced the opinion that an elevated man made basket seems kind of hokie and should not be on this course. I personally like the idea b/c I know that there isn't an elevated basket anywhere near Atlanta. But I also could see how some people might perceive it as more of a distraction than a positive addition (like sunken baskets...allthough I like those too but only in very small doses). So to recap I like your idea on 12 but it's really a question of needing the materials at little to no cost (railroad ties, bricks, etc.). I have even posted on Craig's list before asking for free rocks and railroad ties. I got the rocks but no reponse to the railroad ties. I also have gained plenty of free cinderblocks that I could use however I will not use them unless I had decorative bricks that could go over the outside of them. <-- I don't want to see ugly cinderblocks exposed...and probably the park's dept. doesn't either.

Hole 18 cannot be moved toward the woods. The drive would be even more of an interference with hole 7's teepad, the sun shelter and the green on hole 1. I like to see that you gave it some thought though...perhaps a sunken basket on hole 18? J/K...seriously
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Postby Bootsie » Mon Nov 08, 2010 2:48 pm

The course in savannah not sure what the name of the park is. I know the savannah open is played there, but the fifth hole or so has the best elevated basket i've ever seen. built similar to the way you were explaing with railroad ties. you should try to get a picture of it if your going to consider this because this is a good one to go off of.
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Postby TomahawkChopper » Tue Nov 09, 2010 5:21 pm

Id like to see a hanging basket somewhere on the course. Now that would be sweet. You could do that for the new pin placement on 14. If any basket gets elevated it should be hole 11 like originally planned.
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Postby dandaman » Tue Nov 09, 2010 7:09 pm

Hole 11 is an island green...enough of a novelty to not need another. I kind of like the idea of having it on 12 myself. I like the idea of it being tiered in the front but being a straight drop in the back. Makes it kind of groovy and different. Maybe 4ft. high with three tiers.

Keep the hanging basket on your own course...BTW are you the person who has like 10 M-14's in their front and back yard?
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Postby TomahawkChopper » Tue Nov 09, 2010 11:52 pm

Hangin basket would be sweet where JPZ said the basket was gonna go on 14. That over hanging tree shazam there ya go its asking for it. I dont have any baskets in my yard.........its my father in=laws where the baskets are gonna go when we get them. Ive got one so far on hand with some coming in the near future. Whats wrong with a hanging basket?
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Postby dandaman » Wed Nov 10, 2010 1:03 am

TomahawkChopper wrote: Whats wrong with a hanging basket?


Don't you remember having to drag 14's basket 80 ft. from deep inside the woods after the Teenage Mutant Vandal Scumbags dug it up and dragged it off to their secret hiding place? Yeah it would be like that except we wouldn't get the basket back. If an item is not nailed, concreted, chained, or padlocked down it's going to come up missing...

Oh yeah another reason I don't like hanging baskets. If the wind is blowing real hard it should only affect my disc and not the target I'm throwing it at.
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Postby JPZ » Thu Nov 11, 2010 11:12 am

TomahawkChopper wrote:Id like to see a hanging basket somewhere on the course.

Caddyshack 2
:roll: That thing would be gone in a min... scumbags :idea:
As for 14, that is a project Josh and I ...and whoever else will help... are going to try and tackle this winter.
After the 1st cypress on the left side by the creek, all trees under 1ft diameter will be cut, up to the creek bed,excluding all cypress/firs
hopefully 1/2 the trees in the middle will be thinned , putting the new collar somewhere near/in front of that low limbed tree left of where the basket is now.
This will not change the par!
But, will bring the creek OB into play
and
allow for the trees on the right/current hyzer line "RHBH", to grow up and not have to be cut wierd to allow a shot thru.
Cause it is getting kinda tight over there.

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Postby Bootsie » Thu Nov 11, 2010 8:41 pm

make a sick long par 3 alternate pin position also.
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Postby dandaman » Thu Nov 11, 2010 9:30 pm

Bootsie wrote:make a sick long par 3 alternate pin position also.


Getting them to mow in all the areas now is an acomplishment.

There is a possible straight ahead pin placement that could be used but beyond that any other position would interfere with 15's teepad or need a new mowing pattern.

It's been explored and discussed before...

The alternate pin near the creek is a go, dependent on a new pin placement being had. I know that myself and Wade are on a budget and that fund will not be coming out of our pockets. We would provide the concrete however.... :P
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Postby JPZ » Sat Nov 13, 2010 11:25 pm

We could just play from the blues on 12 and 18 then every1 would have a better shot at a birdie... :wave: ........................ :lol:
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Postby JPZ » Sat Nov 13, 2010 11:29 pm

I do love the poss. of an alt 12 basket just past the path near the trees. creating a very good par 4 and adding 2 Mose's beat-downs :twisted:
But, I understand the hole 10 pad and black 13 drive danger!
still a cool :thumbup: spot.
would yield more birdies than playing the blues and prob. the same bogey %
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Postby TomahawkChopper » Mon Nov 15, 2010 6:05 pm

Move it back!!!
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Postby JPZ » Mon Nov 29, 2010 8:32 pm

New seating @ holes 3-5-6-15-16
also hole 4 is gettin' 1 next week!
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Postby dandaman » Tue Jan 04, 2011 10:02 pm

Bootsie wrote:change hole 12 and 18 and the course is bad ass.


Jester wrote:Check
12 is very "blah" and should be considered for redesigning.
18 is a different story.... not much to do there, just empty space.


How about making hole 18 the new hole 11 or 12? :shock:
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Postby Big Red » Mon Jan 10, 2011 2:24 am

Played Moseley a couple of weeks ago and it looked great. Still the best course in the Atlanta area.
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Postby TokioJason » Sun Jan 16, 2011 7:49 pm

Thats your opinon. That is all.
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Postby dandaman » Mon Jan 17, 2011 12:36 am

We've been, and will continue to be, removing some of the dead trees that line the fairways. Expect some of the holes (14-17) to have some thinning of the pine trees as they are once again are crowding the fairways. Also some of the bradford pears will be experiencing some pruning as preventive maintenece to help avoid damageful splits.

I'd also like to rake/blow the leaves off the fairways on holes 2-6 so that it gets that groovy woods look.<--That and I'm tired of my discs going underneath leaves.

If anyone knows where I can get cheap (but durable outdoor) fabic to update the flags it would be very much appreciative.

One of the eagle signs (hole 1) is missing. If anyone knows of its whereabouts it also would be appreciated.

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Postby djester » Mon Jan 17, 2011 9:50 am

I had my chainsaw serviced, so we're good to go.
What do you plan to do with the leaves if you rake them? That is the main reason they haven't been raked.
I'll be back in town Wednesday and will be able to start the thinning of fairway, starting with 14.
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Postby TokioJason » Mon Jan 17, 2011 6:07 pm

Can we sign up for the ao yet? If not anybody know when.
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Postby dandaman » Mon Jan 17, 2011 8:14 pm

I will be out Wed. but probably could be persuaded to come out Saturday morning if more convienent for major dead tree removal.

We also are no longer limited to one chainsaw because I am the pround new owner of a hasqvarna 16'.

The leaves have been raked before (last year) and they were raked as far as to side as I cared to go. Bonus: there is only one years of leaves on the ground currently and once its dryer out they should be easier to move.
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Postby dandaman » Thu Jan 20, 2011 10:43 am

This Saturday @ 9AM!

January 22, 2010!
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Postby djester » Thu Jan 20, 2011 11:10 am

Back to the future?
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Postby JPZ » Thu Jan 20, 2011 4:09 pm

dandaman wrote:One of the eagle signs (hole 1) is missing. If anyone knows of its whereabouts it also would be appreciated.

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Postby dandaman » Fri Aug 12, 2011 12:44 pm

New memorial bench installed on hole #3. The blank 4X6 concrete slab is now being used for its intended purpose!
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Postby dandaman » Sat Aug 13, 2011 5:27 pm

New "short" pin placement on #12. I think it is 340ft or so. Basket is partially obscured by the hill but an ace would still be visible. Requires a good drive to be close. It makes the 10-13 stretch not so brutal.

A temporary placement on #10 has also been found. It has a pvc pipe and is approx. 40 ft. behind the sewer cap. The distance from gold tee is 280ft. The shot is interesting as it's between a driver and a mid range. Side armers should like it quite well. While a position closer to the walking path is possible safety becaomes an issue for non disc golfers.
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Postby gvan » Sat Aug 13, 2011 5:57 pm

dandaman wrote: The shot is interesting as it's between a putter and a mid range.


Fixed that for you. :wave:
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Postby dandaman » Sat Aug 13, 2011 11:05 pm

gvan wrote:
dandaman wrote: The shot is interesting as it's between a putter and a mid range.


Fixed that for you. :wave:


My putters don't go 280 ft, sir...unless their being driven in my car or dropped off a cliff! :lol:
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Postby Kove » Sun Aug 21, 2011 8:58 pm

Love the new pin placement on 12.
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Postby JPZ » Mon Aug 22, 2011 9:25 pm

eeh>! Well it kinda speeds up play, as now a roc or thumber put you in the putting area.
Should shave almost a whole stroke off the holes average this weekend
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Postby Bornabuckeye » Wed Aug 24, 2011 1:17 pm

Since we're posting opinions...

I hate the new 12 placement. Just a basket in a field IMO if the point was to make use of the field and still be able to play from your precious black tee :twisted: should just make 13 the new 12 by playing it from the 12's tee and put a new hole in somewhere else. (obviously you may need to move 13's basket up, maybe closer to the gap leading to 14's tee area. All I can hope is that it's temporary.

I think I was the minority that wanted to push 12 to a par 4 and play 13 as a 4 from the concrete. I suggest we add another basket!!! :lol: So you can play the two par 4 layout or you can play short 12 and long 13 for 3/5. Both equal 8.

I will say that I really enjoy 10s new placement. Def makes the turn less daunting and provides a Birdie chance but you're gonna have to make a good throw for that to happen though.
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Postby djester » Wed Aug 24, 2011 4:20 pm

taken from fire chicken layout thread...
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Dan - was just thinking a short pin on 12 could possibly make a blind tee shot if moved correctly. Would make a really short hole... very interesting.


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Postby dandaman » Wed Aug 24, 2011 9:42 pm

A blind shot is not really feasible on hole #12...it would be too short of a hole and the flag would still be visible. The current shot is not a gimme birdie, but you will feel like you gave up a stroke to the field if you do not birdie it.

I'm not able to park it with a roc or a thumber. It requires more than a long distance hyzer shot from my bag to park it up. It is deceptive to lay it up.

What hole #12 needs is trees.
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Postby Bornabuckeye » Thu Aug 25, 2011 9:24 am

dandaman wrote:
What hole #12 needs is trees.


EXACTLY!!!

I can get there with a good Tomahawk but it's really a stock hyzer sidearm. Same shot I throw on 7 but without obstacle.
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Postby Bornabuckeye » Thu Aug 25, 2011 9:27 am

djester wrote:taken from fire chicken layout thread...
Bornabuckeye wrote:
Dan - was just thinking a short pin on 12 could possibly make a blind tee shot if moved correctly. Would make a really short hole... very interesting.


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Postby JPZ » Sun Sep 11, 2011 8:36 pm

Hole 18's new shorter, on the right side, 6ft from the hill, even/level with the mulch pile ... :clap: ...is a real good location for it.
:?: :?: ?400-425ft? :?: :?:
Played it today and made a 3 but I also threw some other shots that were close to the basket. 2's now hmmmm . Not bad
Only draw back would be when the skys grace us with some water. That hill gets slick and holy^%#*^ it gets 2inch thick muddy on the feet.
Although, playing it OB :twisted: would be very Moseley-esque. Maybe only sometimes tho :mrgreen:
:idea: I guess we need to spread some seed and grow some grass in the area
and see if we can get the bushhog dude to start hitting the "field of screams" when he's out :?:
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Postby dandaman » Sun Sep 11, 2011 10:09 pm

"Short 18" is 357ft.

I'll ask Kenny if the next time they mow out there if they wouldn't mind mowing a 40 ft. strip in the field of dreams. I have cinder blocks. Maybe we could install a few stairways into the side of the hill? Otherwise we'll have to mow the side.<--Not sure if the tractor could take that level...
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Postby Rubiks » Mon Sep 12, 2011 5:30 pm

JPZ wrote:Hole 18's new shorter, on the right side, 6ft from the hill, even/level with the mulch pile ... :clap: ...is a real good location for it.
:?: :?: ?400-425ft? :?: :?:
Played it today and made a 3 but I also threw some other shots that were close to the basket. 2's now hmmmm . Not bad
Only draw back would be when the skys grace us with some water. That hill gets slick and holy^%#*^ it gets 2inch thick muddy on the feet.
Although, playing it OB :twisted: would be very Moseley-esque. Maybe only sometimes tho :mrgreen:
:idea: I guess we need to spread some seed and grow some grass in the area
and see if we can get the bushhog dude to start hitting the "field of screams" when he's out :?:


Done and done. When I started that round the short placement didn't even exist, and I still birdied it. :D
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Postby Bornabuckeye » Fri Sep 16, 2011 7:59 am

Great placement on the new pin.
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Postby JPZ » Tue Sep 27, 2011 10:23 am

This just in: OUR COURSE IS BETTER THAN YOUR COURSE :wave:
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Postby mrpbody33 » Tue Sep 27, 2011 11:14 am

JPZ wrote:This just in: OUR COURSE IS BETTER THAN YOUR COURSE :wave:

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Postby djester » Tue Sep 27, 2011 11:35 am

mrpbody33 wrote:
JPZ wrote:This just in: OUR COURSE IS BETTER THAN YOUR COURSE :wave:

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Postby djester » Sun Nov 20, 2011 12:28 am

Course is playing sweet.
Par 62
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Postby Bootsie » Mon Nov 21, 2011 3:19 pm

the only way i see possible to solve this issue is make hole 12 a par 4 and hole 13 a par 3 and the both would be very solid holes. how you do it is you throw from hole 12 teebox to a new pin placement in the middle of hole 13 fairway past the shortest mat teebox on hole 13 by about 100-130 feet. i would say put it in those trees thats wide open but completly surronded. solid. then for hole 13 you move the teebox some where around the end of those trees on the left (where i suggest for hole 12 pin placement) out of the way of site from 12 basket and still reachable. make it 340 ish which that pin could be moved a little and you'd have ob on both sides of the basket( the fence on one and creek on other). just my opinion.
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Postby TomahawkChopper » Sat Nov 26, 2011 3:20 pm

Played today course looks great lots of leaves on the ground. :D
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Postby TomahawkChopper » Mon Jan 02, 2012 10:05 pm

Just wondering Mr. Mays and Associates if we were still gun hoe on 9 more holes at the Mose?

If So the county has cleaned up around the pond over there next to the fields and think we could really use a water feature 8) .
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Postby dandaman » Fri Jan 06, 2012 1:42 am

Need to motivate me to approach the county...allthough probably after I write this I'll start composing a letter to send to Tim and Kenny.

I asked for new pin placements for Christmas and I got them! Four of them to be exact. Expect a short 10, a med. #7, and another placement further right of # 6. That leaves 1 more that is undecided (I will not use any of them for a long #12 so don't ask). I was thinking of either a new placement on 8 (towards the woods near #9 gold), a new pin placement on #1 (middle of fairway, instead of tucked), a short # 4, or the cleared area to the left on #14.

If you have any other ideas or would like to see other pins (such as long #12) I can tell you where you can go buy them! :mrgreen:

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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby JPZ » Fri Jan 06, 2012 10:34 am

Sweet! Thanks Kenny and Dan!
How about ?
6 right where you want
8 left in the gap between 8 basket and 9 gold ...between the trees. You know, the left entrance to the pin now . in the middle of the clearing
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14 left side or right side; or left and right side :shock:
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby TomahawkChopper » Sat Jan 07, 2012 8:50 pm

I still wanna move the Bulletin Board out from in front of hole 1's teepad as the plexiglass JPZ replaced is broke again.
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby dandaman » Sun Jan 08, 2012 11:22 pm

TomahawkChopper wrote:I still wanna move the Bulletin Board out from in front of hole 1's teepad as the plexiglass JPZ replaced is broke again.



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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby JPZ » Mon Jan 09, 2012 6:02 pm

I like it where it is !!! Shapes the hole...but, turning it around 180* would fix the issue.
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby TomahawkChopper » Tue Jan 10, 2012 7:12 pm

You gonna hate me forever and ever if I moved it no more than 5 ft? And trim a few limbs on the right handside?

i understand just turn it around so the backs getting hit..........but the signage is already kinda old and worn a few yrs of that and we will have to replace the whole thing because the disc bust right through the rotten wood. Just thinking ahead as well as now know what I mean?
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby grease » Tue Jan 10, 2012 10:47 pm

This seems like a really dumb argument. That kiosk is in the way of 1's gold tee and has always been considered a ridiculous obstacle. It may have been placed well before the gold tee was established. Now, it's just in the way. I say move it to McCurry.
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby heartman » Wed Jan 11, 2012 12:13 am

grease wrote:I say move it to McCurry.


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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby JPZ » Thu Jan 12, 2012 7:47 pm

grease wrote:This seems like a really dumb argument. That kiosk is in the way of 1's gold tee and has always been considered a ridiculous obstacle. It may have been placed well before the gold tee was established. Now, it's just in the way. I say move it to McCurry.



Only ridiculous if you hit it !!! .......>>>>>>>and funny . Plus don't you play here like 3x's a year bud? 8-)
Personally I don't mind it . I throw straight thru the gap or over it with a flippy anhyzer. Or on occasions..... have been known to smack the thing , but in the kiosk's defence; it was a horrible , yet funny shot... Also, not an argument.
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby TomahawkChopper » Mon Jan 16, 2012 11:56 pm

Id Like a nice sized CYPRESS, Japanese Red Maple, or A Weeping Willow there than the Kiosk. And yes Gold 1 came after way after the Kiosk. I've only hit the thing 1 time myself its just more of an eye sore than anything it just doesnt belong there.
I know I can get a Japanese Red Maple from the Michigan Bulb Company for like $4.99 it will be a small one of course but when it grows it will look really good there. What's your thought on that? Its no argument just a discussion between the Moseleites.

Also next time I'm out there I will be removing the the black plastic that protects what once were young saplings now strapping trees it just looks horrible. :mrgreen:
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby dandaman » Fri Jan 20, 2012 4:54 pm

TomahawkChopper wrote:Id Like a nice sized CYPRESS, Japanese Red Maple, or A Weeping Willow there than the Kiosk. And yes Gold 1 came after way after the Kiosk. I've only hit the thing 1 time myself its just more of an eye sore than anything it just doesnt belong there.
I know I can get a Japanese Red Maple from the Michigan Bulb Company for like $4.99 it will be a small one of course but when it grows it will look really good there. What's your thought on that? Its no argument just a discussion between the Moseleites.

Also next time I'm out there I will be removing the the black plastic that protects what once were young saplings now strapping trees it just looks horrible. :mrgreen:


The plastic prevents the trees from dying because of all of the abuse of discs hits. Go see hole 15 at Redan and Houtchins orchard to see what I mean.
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby djester » Fri Jan 20, 2012 9:19 pm

Don't worry, the plastic is falling off anyways. Just give it some time Joey & that ugly crap will be laying on the ground (some already is)
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Re: Updates Cont.

Postby TomahawkChopper » Sat Jan 21, 2012 12:55 am

That's why I was gonna pull it off. Its already falling peeling off like a cicada skin. Them trees are looking pretty good they may be ok without the plastic. Your call though.
Also just talked to my store manager about maybe getting the potted plants that they throw away at work charitably donated to the course. He said thats cool only stipulation is that I can not personally be the one that takes them. So anyone with in the vicinity that would wanna pick them up either deliver them to my house which is 5 mins from publix and Ill plant them at Moseley or whoever picks them up can plant them themselves. Something I thought of while scanning out a couple Hydrangeas the other day and throwing them in the trash compactor. Why throw away a living plant? When I can take it to my local disc golf course!
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