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Title: Mixed Safari Up Top Down Under
Post by: robm on March 24, 2014, 07:38:48 PM
Has anyone played or come up with a mixed safari mash course of up top and down under?

These were my thoughts this evening:

Up 1-5 (5 holes)
Down 9-17 (9 holes)
Up 6-12 (7 more)
21 hole lay out.

Or, if you really wanted to stick with a total of 18:

Up 1-5 (5 holes)
Down 9-17 (9 holes)
Up 6, 9, 10, 11 (4 holes)
18 hole layout.


Or:
Up 5
Down 9-17
Up 6-12, 18
18 holes

Or:
Up 1
Down 1-10
Up 6-12
18 holes

Title: Re: Mixed Safari Up Top Down Under
Post by: schannell77 on March 24, 2014, 08:42:16 PM
All of those would be a blast! I like the 21 hole layout the best.
Title: Re: Mixed Safari Up Top Down Under
Post by: dickthediscparker on March 25, 2014, 07:27:30 AM
Has anyone played or come up with a mixed safari mash course of up top and down under?

These were my thoughts this evening:

Up 1-5 (5 holes)
Down 9-17 (9 holes)
Up 6-12 (7 more)
21 hole lay out.

Or, if you really wanted to stick with a total of 18:

Up 1-5 (5 holes)
Down 9-17 (9 holes)
Up 6, 9, 10, 11 (4 holes)
18 hole layout.


Or:
Up 5
Down 9-17
Up 6-12, 18
18 holes

Or:
Up 1
Down 1-10
Up 6-12
18 holes

Yes, back when Ben and I use to run Rosedale league, during the Summer Solstice, we would play 1-5, and then go down for (what use to be) 10-18, and then back up for 6-18, for a fun 27 hole round.
Title: Re: Mixed Safari Up Top Down Under
Post by: white mccoy on March 25, 2014, 08:00:49 AM
Has anyone played or come up with a mixed safari mash course of up top and down under?

These were my thoughts this evening:

Up 1-5 (5 holes)
Down 9-17 (9 holes)
Up 6-12 (7 more)
21 hole lay out.

Or, if you really wanted to stick with a total of 18:

Up 1-5 (5 holes)
Down 9-17 (9 holes)
Up 6, 9, 10, 11 (4 holes)
18 hole layout.


Or:
Up 5
Down 9-17
Up 6-12, 18
18 holes

Or:
Up 1
Down 1-10
Up 6-12
18 holes

Yes, back when Ben and I use to run Rosedale league, during the Summer Solstice, we would play 1-5, and then go down for (what use to be) 10-18, and then back up for 6-18, for a fun 27 hole round.

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I have done that quite a bit during mid-summer when the evenings are longer, or if you are slowing waiting on a bunch of slow-pokes, hop down-under for back 9, back up and finish, for a 27 hole total.

Also, if you can play Rosie early in the morning before the course gets crowded, there is an (up-top) 18 hole-par 70 bomber layout.

Skip a hole layout
Holes
     Tee       Basket      Par 
1)  1           2               4
2)  3           3               3
3)  4           5               5
4)  6           7               4
5)  8           9               5      All OB's in play                             
6)  10        10              3
7)  11        12              5
8.  13        14              4
9)  15        15              3                                                          Par's can vary, depending on pin locations
10) 16       17              5
11) 18         1              5
12)  2          3              4
13)  4          4              3
14)  5          6              3
15)  7          7              3
16)  8          8              3
17)  9         11             4
18) 12        18             4
Title: Re: Mixed Safari Up Top Down Under
Post by: robm on March 25, 2014, 08:36:16 AM
Also, if you can play Rosie early in the morning before the course gets crowded, there is an (up-top) 18 hole-par 70 bomber layout.

Skip a hole layout
Holes
     Tee       Basket      Par 
1)  1           2               4
2)  3           3               3
3)  4           5               5
4)  6           7               4
5)  8           9               5      All OB's in play                             
6)  10        10              3
7)  11        12              5
8.  13        14              4
9)  15        15              3                                                          Par's can vary, depending on pin locations
10) 16       17              5
11) 18         1              5
12)  2          3              4
13)  4          4              3
14)  5          6              3
15)  7          7              3
16)  8          8              3
17)  9         11             4
18) 12        18             4

That hurts my body just reading it.
Title: Re: Mixed Safari Up Top Down Under
Post by: The Nailerâ„¢ on March 25, 2014, 09:21:52 PM
Also, if you can play Rosie early in the morning before the course gets crowded, there is an (up-top) 18 hole-par 70 bomber layout.

Skip a hole layout
Holes
     Tee       Basket      Par 
1)  1           2               4
2)  3           3               3
3)  4           5               5
4)  6           7               4
5)  8           9               5      All OB's in play                             
6)  10        10              3
7)  11        12              5
8.  13        14              4
9)  15        15              3                                                          Par's can vary, depending on pin locations
10) 16       17              5
11) 18         1              5
12)  2          3              4
13)  4          4              3
14)  5          6              3
15)  7          7              3
16)  8          8              3
17)  9         11             4
18) 12        18             4

That hurts my body just reading it.

Now add glow.
Title: Re: Mixed Safari Up Top Down Under
Post by: otter on March 26, 2014, 08:30:38 AM
An Rosey safari holes that tee from uptop pads to Downunder baskets...or vice versa?
Title: Re: Mixed Safari Up Top Down Under
Post by: schannell77 on March 26, 2014, 09:24:04 AM
5 up top to 8 down under? Big anhyzer?
Title: Re: Mixed Safari Up Top Down Under
Post by: bMathews on March 28, 2014, 07:00:48 AM
 That skip a hole layout looks like a lot of fun! We should get a tag/skins challenge together and play that format.
Title: Re: Mixed Safari Up Top Down Under
Post by: dickthediscparker on March 28, 2014, 07:44:09 AM
You would have to do it at 8 am. Rosedale is and will probably always be the most populated course. It would be dangerous to try to run a league or event with that layout, without closing the course.
Title: Re: Mixed Safari Up Top Down Under
Post by: penny on May 16, 2014, 01:17:58 PM
That skip a hole layout looks like a lot of fun! We should get a tag/skins challenge together and play that format.
+1
I'm down, sounds like a fun doubles event!