keith johnson wrote:Luckily that is the only hole being affected and the basket will be placed in a new location soon.
Be patient and it will be 27 holes again soon.
Corndawg13 wrote:What is wrong with the current open hole signs?? I am guessing the distances or what?
Funky Bobby J wrote:Before we make new signs - we may consider reconfiguring 17 and remeasuring it. I think that the red's distance has been off for a while. I think that the blue tee will be a really poor hole once the trees get a few feet taller. Maybe consider making the current red the blue tee (move it back 10 to 15 feet) and put red on the other side of the walkin path close to where the whites are, and put whites straight ahead.
Bobby - the former BMX area would be great for an alternate pin on occassions, but putting the pin there really screws with the flow of the course getting to the next pad. We used to put a basket on the ledge at the southwest corner of the retention pond for golds or such. That worked pretty well. But out in the middle of the BMX area would make backtracking to the next tee or a long walk around the pond - neither a good option for course flow.
keith johnson wrote:I sent this in red below to Dave a couple of minutes ago in response to a conversation we had yesterday.
I think with a couple of hours with 3-4 people the new 12D fairway and the 2 pin positions for the NEW C will be able to be worked out.
Do you want to schedule a workday for this SUNDAY Morning? - Saturday looks like rain/snow/mix.
I will be happy to finish the fairway, and will buy about 6 cypress trees to plant as blockers.
We can get this knocked out easily.
cliffwiggs wrote:I couldn't wait until the weekend, so I played 6 holes last night until it got too dark to see.
the new 12c (short I assume) isn't a bad shot. I can see how the new 12d (short) could be hard if you drift into the brush, but I got an easy par with a cobra.
If it is going to be a permanent hole for a while then the 'stubble' should be cleared some day. A few hours with a hachet would get most of those stumps out of the ground and provide a smoother fairway. If you are going to work some saturday let me know. (I just can't work sundays)
I usually don't refer to something that small in diameter as a stump, but technically yes it is.Dale H wrote:I will try to get the "Stubble" which are technically Stumps out this week with chain saw...
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