coreyml wrote:SEVENTEEN B!!!
could you post a larger distance chart please or just post it on here, thx.
are there going to be extra baskets and we choose what to play to or are you going to move baskets around?
grease wrote:I just loved this review on http://www.dgreview.com from Redneck Machismo:
"Many holes unfortunately are poorly thought out. Almost every shot is blind which really gets kind of silly. Hole 11 is an especially bad design being almost entirely luck; I really don't think you can get it close without getting lucky? Overall I think the land could have been used better. Some holes seem kind of repetitive especially with the over usage of blind shots. In addition almost every basket is perched on a hillside lending to too many roll-aways and raising the luck factor too high."
All I have to say is that on the blind holes, once you get out of sight, it will be easier for you to change
your scorecard. All credit to DD.
JPZ wrote:I finally got over to White Oak this weekend (sat.) and got two rounds in...
it really strains the back running down to throw it up.
millayday wrote:Leonardo Dicaprio died at the end of Titanic... blatantly righty favoring hyzers, and the others still arent too friendly for leftys.
JPZ wrote:The whole point of trashcans is so idiots don't throw their trash on the course.
That is what they are for, throwing trash in. So we don't have to carry it 1-7 then 8-18
I don't have that kind of space in my bag for empty leaking coke cans...hate the bottles, who doesn't.
I got to go to White Oak. Need another course in that direction worthy of your recommendation.
Unless someone talks me out of it, I plan to hit Redan. Need another course in that direction worthy of your recommendation.
coreyml wrote:saw this at Lost Mountain Park today
Idea for the wooden pallet lillypad area
http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e40/c ... C00370.jpg
Corndawg13 wrote:Good news: my mom has about 7 or 8 railroad ties at her house she wants to get rid of
Bad news: if you want them, you have to come to Cumming, GA to get them and bring your own truck.
PM me if you are interested
hstokes wrote:Have you given any thought to moving the am tee pad on 3 back to the ridge behind the one it's on? I seems like the am tee is just too much closer/easier than the pro tee.
atl scott wrote:What is the plan for hole 12? Will it stay where it is now? Hole 13 seemed a lot harder before the tee moved recently. How about 17's tee? When is the next official work day planned as I'd love to show up and pitch in?
Also what is the best way to play when people are in the way around the lake? On saturday there were a bunch of people fishing right by 16's basket and we yelled warnings but they wouldn't even look in our direction. We ended up playing the hole (carefully) and didn't hit anyone but even when they saw us and figured out what we were doing they didn't make any attempt to move. Should we have skipped the hole?
JPZ wrote:I carry a trashbag w/ me almost everytime I play my home course JPM...and quite a few others as well.
Picking up other peoples cigs and empty drink containers is a big task on a disc golf course.
Maybe, I would like a place to throw away other peoples trash.
I mean, I didn't bring that in and I don't hate getting it off the course either. go green
Pisses me off but i'll do it
But, I don't want to carry it all over the course.
I also understand the whole "evidence" thing. (beer cans/bottles)
It is an issue that can not be helped. It's gonna happen.
happens at ball golf courses.
happens everywhere. in every sport.
The only solution I can come up with is buy trashcans w/ lids.
Because, the course needs 'em
you can't stop people from drinking. the police have tried.
But, you can pick 'em up and cover 'em up ...out of sight-out of mind
"Thoughts and idea's about the park"
Mike D wrote:The back tee is more of a "Pro" tee.
I still use the front tee when I play.
hstokes wrote:Can we bring back the novice tee pad position on 2? It makes for a fun shot.
Sergio Martinez wrote:It needs a complete redesign but not because of the hills. If you can't walk up down the hills you may want to consider taking up bowling.
gregory63 wrote:Well, I've been playing the course, and it's very challenging. Good for my health, no doubt.
But, while I was playing, and thinking of some of the answers to honest criticism on this board, a question keeps recurring in my mind.
Do you want more players on your course? Do you want more dollars in your tournaments? If you say yes, then maybe "f- off and learn to play, Barney!" isn't the right response. Some thought to recruitment might include considering criticisms and moderating the grueling nature of your course.
On the other hand, if you want to make a pro course where you and a few of your friends can play without having to condescend or interact with new players, then it seems as if it's working.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests