The plan is to bring 5, 6, 7, and 8 in Sunday afternoon. So, this week is it for the full layout. We would love to keep it long longer, but parking is the issue north of the course and players would, and did last year, hit cars.
Swope beautification has been rocking the past months and this last weekend was the icing on the cake, the cherry on top, the...well, you got it. Thanks to KCMO P&R with the assistance of Dan Cashen and crew we have stairs from 13 to 14! Chris Millsap has painted every surface he could. And Ben Crosby, Caleb Walker, Jose Ossa and yours truly rocked a ton of mulch on Sunday. Course is looking good. See you tomorrow!
A crew of a dozen or so is great for UDG. I have done it in the past with a dozen or so friends in the city. I recommend organizing your event for a few friends. Once these get big, people want to know what is happening. Regardless, UDG is great fun and there are lots of opportunities as noted on this forum.
I made it out to the beautiful Swope gully course this afternoon and while it was wet in the low lands, it was so green and vibrant I didn't mind a bit.
The small rock retaining wall on 11 is a double sided coin. It doesn't look great as of now, but someone did take to initiative and volunteered to do it. We can make it better in the next week with some help and communication.
I am going out there today. Maybe this can be addressed at next week's workday, but yes Mark is correct it should look good and it seems there was no communication about the work. Personal leadership is always to be commended, and good communication is right there too.
Swope. Yes. When? I am sure the gulley course could get some experienced and into education golfers to help out. You'd probably only need 3 or 4 people to help with such a small group. How many rounds? Picnic/BBQ midday with some disc related activities? Depending on when it is, I can help.