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AugustaTom wrote: Don't plan on playing more than one course unless your arm is in shape.
Redan Randy wrote:Wookie wrote:They have it all plus 2 chickens a duck and a rooster.
IDGC has wild turkeys and Yeti has been spotted there multiple times!!
Redan Randy wrote:I have played over there a lot and recommend everybody to play there. Kade is right, it is a matter of survival! If you have the time and money to stay a night the way you are, is best. I recommend that you play Ed and Jim the first day. Then Jackson the next morning, early as you can, and try to fit in your favorite course between Ed and and Jim for another round! The courses are tough, but the more you play them the more each course grows on you. I used to "hate" Jackson, but now after ten or more rounds there i like the course more and more and recognize the holes now and know what i have to do on each hole(execution is another story!). You have to adapt to the par 4 and par 5 mindset. Hole 18 at Jackson is a scary monster hole, but the last time out there i was putting for a 4 both rounds with my weenie arm! Both resulting in my first par 5's on that hole! Except for that insensitive retard Jason, the guy that will pocket your five bucks at the IDGC, you're gonna have a great time!!
AugustaTom wrote:I live here in augusta and have played two of the courses. steady ed and jackson. both were fun, I really enjoyed steady ed, jackson kicked our butts though. you have to pay like $5 per car to get into the park and $5 to play all day. If you don't want to pay for parking say you have some business at the IDGC or a meeting with the director. They have a metric Crap ton of discs available as well. Steady ed does have some water in play, so play in the summer when you can go swimming. Its worth the trip, and worth the fees. Jackson is crazy long, and I hear the other is even longer. Don't plan on playing more than one course unless your arm is in shape.
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