WORK days for the tournament 6/5-6

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WORK days for the tournament 6/5-6

Postby luke » Tue Jun 01, 2010 3:40 pm

IT's the last weekend before the tournament. We'll be

1. fixin' up tee signs and next tee signs
2. ob lines and ob signs
3. Possibly lengthening hole 11, fixin' up new tee box
4. mowing/weed whacking fairways in the woods
5. renumbering baskets
6. clean up tee pads (level some, add some gravel)
7. drive sign posts (josh brings post driver?)
8. Finish "Bridge Over the River Dry"
9. bush hogging "edges"
10. HELP DECIDE TOURNAMENT LAYOUTS there are a few possibilities that exist to make the layout for the open holes more interesting.



Equipment etc to bring

1. chainsaw
2. weed whacker
3. post driver
4. drill and metal drill bit
5. work gloves
6. whatever else of which I haven't thought


LET ME KNOW IF YOU'D LIKE TO HELP OUT---THE MONTY COULD ALWAYS USE IT
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Re: WORK days for the tournament 6/5-6

Postby djester » Tue Jun 01, 2010 10:30 pm

all of the above, check
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Re: WORK days for the tournament 6/5-6

Postby luke » Sun Jun 06, 2010 1:50 pm

Biiiig thanks to Josh for yet again being the only person to come help. Apparently, he's all that's needed. Those familiar with the Monty are going to love the changes and the cleanup effort.

18 will have a new pin placement for a long, downhill par 4 for the tournaments.
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Re: WORK days for the tournament 6/5-6

Postby Wookie » Sun Jun 06, 2010 5:20 pm

If I can ever get a damn saturday off again I will gladly come down there and help. Hell, now that you are out of school I can come down there during the week since that is usually when I get a day off.
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Re: WORK days for the tournament 6/5-6

Postby luke » Mon Jun 07, 2010 12:47 am

Wookie! Bring me a killer brisket sandwich?
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Re: WORK days for the tournament 6/5-6

Postby djester » Mon Jun 07, 2010 10:25 am

Whew..... my muscles are a bit sore once again. My back is not feeling bad at all, though. The course is looking SWEET!!!!!!!!
No time for lunch during the Saturday work fest... ran out of water/drinks 2 hours before we quit.
Bridges are complete (except a few that are in plans). Layout still to be determined but Luke has a good idea of what we are playing. 18 holes!!
A few fairways have had shule limbs removed from the flight paths.
Tee boxes have be "de-stumped" (for the most part as after chopping up 7 stumps with an ax, we were at the point of having heart attacks).
More shule removed from the field/wooded areas.
Baskets drilled & locked!!!!
Tee pad treaked a bit on "trailer trash" hole making for a nice right or left tree-split fairway (lefties rejoice!!!)

It feels good to see progress (2 people can make) after all the sweat and blood (freaking briars!!!) has poured.

If you thought of playing in this tourney, get your butt out here and check it out!!!! At least try to hit the course in the next few weeks to fully undestand how the course has changed.
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