Improvements at the Lick

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Improvements at the Lick

Postby mgs » Sat Oct 02, 2010 4:53 pm

Hole #8 was completed today, new Tee Pad and Tee Sign, painted basket
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby grease » Sun Oct 03, 2010 7:00 pm

Painted basket?
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby grease » Mon Oct 04, 2010 10:56 am

That looks great Merritt! Thanks for your hard work!
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby Dr. Manhattan » Sun Nov 28, 2010 10:26 am

mgs wrote:Hole #8 was completed today, new Tee Pad and Tee Sign, painted basket


I hate to down volunteer work...but the new tee pad on 8 is about 5' too short. Just saying.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby TokioJason » Sun Nov 28, 2010 6:46 pm

Just by the picture I would have to agree with manhattan. Unless your a natural who can throw 463 with a 3 step approach. Also that seems to be above ground slightly which means even if you start behind the pad you have step up onto the pad while your doing your steps. I have not played the hole and i hope this isn't takin the wrong way. I appreciate everything you and everyone else does for disc golf i guess this is just my two cents
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby mgs » Thu Dec 16, 2010 1:25 pm

We have been working on the course slowly but all the baskets have been painted and the Tee signs on 1-4 are in, the rest of the Tee signs have been prepared and are awaiting installation. We have made many attempts to find out who donated money for improvements at Deer Lick I would like to have added there names to Tee signs. If the weather holds out over Xmas vacation time the remaining Tee signs will be printed and installed. My apologies to those that donated money.

As for hole number 8, a standard Tee box is 5 1/2 X 10 1/2 we made number 8, 6X12 by 9 feet in the back, we took into consideration the terrain, and opted to have the front of the tee pad level with ground since most people will step over the front of the tee pad after they throw.

We will talk with the park department and see if they have any extra dirt (see hole 16) that we can put around the tee box to both level and extend the rear of the tee pad.

Hole number 8 my need to be concrete pad but because of money constraints this will have to wait until money is available.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby grease » Mon May 09, 2011 10:58 am

Played the course yesterday and it looks great. Thanks for all the work Meritt and Darren!
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby mgs » Sun Aug 14, 2011 4:07 pm

We will be out at Deer Lick to work on Hole #8 and extend the front of the tee pad by 2 feet, also work on hole #5 to level it. On Saturday Aug 20th if any one would like to come out and help, we should be out around 0800 and work a couple of hours with a round after.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby Rubiks » Sun Aug 14, 2011 9:49 pm

This certainly warrants another trip out to the Lick. I've got to check this out.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby keith johnson » Sun Aug 14, 2011 11:05 pm

Might have to come out of retirement and play Gerg's Event just to see hole 16. Thanks for the pictures.

It must have taken a few hours to move that much dirt one wheelbarrow at a time. :lol:
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby grease » Tue Aug 16, 2011 5:14 am

Those Schatz brothers are hard workers! That looks awesome! Finally! Wonder where they put it all?
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby grease » Tue Aug 16, 2011 9:28 am

Kieth, looks like you played well at the Worlds! Congrats! You're ready to come out of retirement.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby mgs » Mon Aug 22, 2011 8:21 am

More work has been done to the Course than I can go through and mention, the Douglas County Parks dept. has been bush hogging, moving down trees, filling in water runoff area’s and so much more. The Course looks great and only a couple of more things need to be done, I would like to say thanks for those who came out and worked, to Darren if he had not shown up I would have quit after redoing #8 and Dave and his son for all their help, although I think Dave’s son was sweating harder than Dave :D , but the playground kept calling :lol: , We will follow up with pictures but you really need to come out and play it, the course looks great.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby grease » Mon Aug 22, 2011 3:11 pm

Thanks for all the hard work you and Darren have done at the Lick!
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby Pulverizer » Thu Aug 25, 2011 8:42 pm

The course looks great. Thanks for all the hard work. #16 is awesome now. And I love the new tee boxes. I'll be glad to help next time. I'm signed up here now. And will check back often.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby mgs » Fri Aug 26, 2011 5:41 pm

We will be out again on Saturday 27 Aug around 0800 to work on a small set of stairs for 13th hole and to work on the stairs to the 17th Tee box for water run off issues. We will play a couple of rounds after the work is done.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby grease » Wed Sep 14, 2011 10:10 pm

Merritt and Darren have done a fantastic job and thank you very much for your hard work! I would like to have a doubles the weekend before PPIC if anyone is interested to showcase their work/additions to the course.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby mgs » Mon Sep 19, 2011 12:12 pm

Doubles would be great, it's been to long since Deer Lick has had Doubles.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby Funky Bobby J » Mon Sep 19, 2011 9:59 pm

grease wrote:Merritt and Darren have done a fantastic job and thank you very much for your hard work! I would like to have a doubles the weekend before PPIC if anyone is interested to showcase their work/additions to the course.


OOOOOOOO - not going to work, you see what is the weekend before. Now, not sure if Deerlick qualifies as a destination course and it is probably over 100 miles from Lula, but that definitely is within the sphere of influence.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby grease » Tue Sep 20, 2011 9:37 am

Should we have the PPIC warmup doubles after the PPIC? Not trying to cut into Keith's action in any way, just offering up dubs for anyone who is not fortunate enough to make the Lula course that weekend.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby keith johnson » Tue Sep 20, 2011 6:38 pm

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grease wrote:Merritt and Darren have done a fantastic job and thank you very much for your hard work! I would like to have a doubles the weekend before PPIC if anyone is interested to showcase their work/additions to the course.


OOOOOOOO - not going to work, you see what is the weekend before. Now, not sure if Deerlick qualifies as a destination course and it is probably over 100 miles from Lula, but that definitely is within the sphere of influence.


No worries Bob - everyone is now using Sundays and especially 3rd Sundays for Events now - so it doesn't bother me anymore - hell I even scheduled the Bonus GSSS Event on the 3rd Sunday. :mrgreen: (I guess that means that you and Greg won't be playing the GSSS Event then though. :cry:

To keep the tradition going, I'm gonna change all the GSSS Events next year to the 3rd Sunday, so that even I won't show up any longer.

It's a shame that people pick on a course without even going there now that things have improved and giving it a chance - with the 4 new and more coming soon multiple pin locations(all towards the right side to help balance the course) benches, regular mowing schedules, the time I've put in to keep things trimmed and maintained so that players can enjoy their experience, etc. - all have improved for the better and now that they have a better idea on what golfers are looking for, they have been working to keep improving the course on a regular basis.

If everyone doesn't give it a chance or scoffs at every attempt to promote it, then what incentive do they see to keep it up and improve it? They realize they opened it before they should have and that hurt them a little bit, but they have gone overboard since then to make sure to try and improve things, listen to golfers concerns and help make things better.

Look at it this way - if this same thing was happening to "theP" when they were trying to get things estsablished, do you think the city and the neighborhood would have supported putting it in permanently if there was only 4-15 people showing up every month?
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby grease » Tue Sep 20, 2011 10:19 pm

keith johnson wrote:hell


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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby grease » Tue Sep 20, 2011 10:31 pm

Actually Kieth, I thought at first you were referring to Deerlick VS> Lula. Deerlick gets a bad rep. for some reason. It's probably because it is so awesome and most people have an awesome level that only goes to 6. Deerlick's awesome level is permanently set at 9 and that throws a lot of people off. I might suggest that people get their awesome level reset to comprehend up to a 10 or 12 level course, then they may be able to accept and appreciate courses like Deerlick, Sequoyah, and Lula. Don't get frustrated, it's just the masses that are blinded.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby gvan » Tue Sep 20, 2011 10:58 pm

I have yet to play Lula (boy that sounds suggestive...), but have only heard good things.

I will say that I think Deerlick has always been underrated. I'm not a big fan of hole 11, but perhaps that's what keeps the awesome level at 9 instead of 10. Great holes: 3,4,7,8,14,15,17 and 18. And the rest are fun too.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby mrpbody33 » Wed Sep 21, 2011 10:10 am

I agree with Gerrit.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby Rubiks » Wed Sep 21, 2011 11:27 am

Deer lick is underrated because it is south of I-20. There is a disc golf vacuum on the south side of town, and Deerlick is close enough to be sucked in.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby mrpbody33 » Wed Sep 21, 2011 12:12 pm

Rubiks wrote:Deer lick is underrated because it is south of I-20. There is a disc golf vacuum on the south side of town, and Deerlick is close enough to be sucked in.

Someone is getting it.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby Lewis » Wed Sep 28, 2011 6:15 pm

Rubiks wrote:Deer lick is underrated because it is south of I-20. There is a disc golf vacuum on the south side of town, and Deerlick is close enough to be sucked in.


It's also on the West side of town, which seems to be unfashionable with all the Gwinnetians and other East-siders. I'm glad to hear Deerlick has been going through improvements, because I was underwhelmed last time I was there (it was over a year ago, maybe two). I'll put it on my to-play list. Douglasville is an hour's drive from my side of Marietta, but if I recall the park is not hard to find.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby craigd » Wed Sep 28, 2011 8:18 pm

Lewis wrote:I was underwhelmed last time I was there (it was over a year ago, maybe two). I'll put it on my to-play list. Douglasville is an hour's drive from my side of Marietta, but if I recall the park is not hard to find.


Deerlick is like an old friend. Consistent, loyal, and true. It's truly one of my favorites. Sure, she's the redhead with braces but at the end of the day she'll does something that that the others can't do. I can't wait to see what Merritt and Darren have done. Sign up for the PPIC to get the full effect.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby grease » Thu Sep 29, 2011 1:15 pm

craigd wrote: Sure, she's the redhead with braces but at the end of the day she'll does something that that the others can't do.

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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby da4nex » Thu Sep 29, 2011 3:29 pm

That analogy is a bit disturbing, Mr. Dickerson....
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby craigd » Thu Sep 29, 2011 3:34 pm

da4nex wrote:That analogy is a bit disturbing, Mr. Dickerson....


Sorry about that, I was a little sauced up last night. I actually would have erased it but Grease quoted me before I saw the damage done.. :oops:
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Postby mrpbody33 » Thu Sep 29, 2011 5:34 pm

Now we know Craig's type.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby da4nex » Thu Sep 29, 2011 6:25 pm

Did I say "disturbing"? Sorry, I meant "tantalizing".
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby grease » Thu Sep 29, 2011 7:44 pm

Craig, I'll be watching you at the PPIC! No touching Uncle Harry in his special places!
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby mgs » Fri Sep 30, 2011 5:15 pm

one last work day on Saturday morning, clean up, fix 18 Tee pad, brush cutting, the park should have the mowing done this week and all will be ready for the PPIC.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby Rubiks » Sat Oct 08, 2011 8:36 pm

mgs wrote:http://i253.photobucket.com/albums/hh41/mgschatz/300148_2087010379710_1378691781_32026276_1224917546_n.jpg


This was absolutely fantastic! Thank you!
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby mrpbody33 » Mon Oct 10, 2011 9:38 am

Played the course on Sunday and it is looking great. All the baskets are painted and super bright. Several of the tee boxes have been leveled out with gravel. Hole 16 is back to its former glory. Seriously great work by all that were involved.

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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby Funky Bobby J » Mon Apr 22, 2013 10:30 am

I like the changes so far for the most part. I think that new 1 (old 8) should probably be 18. It would be a great finishing hole (for spectators too if we have another tourney there).

I really like the new pad on old 5 coupled with the new pin position. The new pin position on old 7 is okay - I think the right position is better, but if both are in the ground - it is a nice change to alternate that one. 16 is fine - makes for a really tough and well-earned 3 on windy days.

The cleanup that has been done is unreal - whole place looks great.

Thank you for the hard work - makes the 75 mile drive worth it.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby keith johnson » Mon Apr 22, 2013 7:52 pm

Funky Bobby J wrote:I like the changes so far for the most part. I think that new 1 (old 8) should probably be 18. It would be a great finishing hole (for spectators too if we have another tourney there).



Stop copying me Bob - GREG already has said he doesn't like it because no one watches.......I was the first one to say it made no sense in the new numbering on this very message board in this very course category on this thread here: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=3898 on March 2nd at 8:16PM...9 as 1 would have been perfect for flow and make 8 a great finishing hole, but as you yourself have said many a time - I don't know what I'm talking about when it comes to course designing. :mrgreen:
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Postby Funky Bobby J » Mon Apr 22, 2013 10:33 pm

Obviously in THIS case, you had a stroke of brilliance...
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby grease » Tue Apr 23, 2013 8:51 pm

Please be careful on old hole 4 /new hole 15. There are a ton of wasps nesr the basket where the creek curls around behind it. I plan on going out Sat. and spraying, but until then be safe and watch for them.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby coreyml » Fri May 03, 2013 1:49 pm

So there's 5 portable baskets just sitting by the lake...I'm afraid a local will think scrap metal
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby grease » Sun May 05, 2013 2:34 am

I have no clue what that is about.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby Pulverizer » Mon May 20, 2013 7:56 pm

The storms washed away both bridges on 15 & 16. They're about 100' downstream. Not gonna be easy to put them back. Maybe with about 8 people we could pick them up an carry them back. Or if I can get my jeep close enough I can winch them.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby grease » Mon May 20, 2013 9:37 pm

Never thought that bridge would be moved. Hope it still fits! You may find the older bridge about 300' from them. Washed out with the 100 year flood.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby Pulverizer » Thu May 23, 2013 5:53 am

The park has given us permission to drive my Jeep down to the creek on 15 & 16. We're gonna try to winch the two bridges back in place. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. We should be there by 9:00 this Sunday.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby volsfandl » Sun Jun 02, 2013 7:42 pm

I played at The Lick for the first time in well over 2 years. Hats off to all of those who took control and made so many improvements. I like the new layout. I also still have 2 sleeves from when we redesigned the course a number of years ago. Please contact me if you want these. I like the alternate pin placements and I'm sure there are a few other places that could utilize these sleeves. I'm never on this site so just shoot me a text or call me at 678 858 7700.

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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby grease » Tue Jun 04, 2013 2:38 pm

That's where those sleeves went! I knew we had some other ones somewhere.
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby ryanwatson » Sat Jul 06, 2013 9:24 pm

played the lick for the first time today and really enjoyed it! great course only 1 hole that made my a lill confused what I was doing in the woods. ill deffinatly 8e 8ack!
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Re: Improvements at the Lick

Postby grease » Mon Jul 08, 2013 11:27 pm

Skip Lula in two weeks and come out to 3rd Sunday dubs.
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