That's #11 in the background, she's heading toward #12's tee.
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Matty O shot a 43 @ Cliff!!!!? ..................or................Matty O COULD have shot a 43 if he didn't get a 5 on his last hole......which is it?
Thank you Mike
looking like this for the version this year....
1-Double Mando-Long Position Key Hole OB
2-Short-Need hay bales, OB circle around the green, and bales to force placement shot-Bales 3 High
3-Long pin before road, Keyhole OB style
4-Holes #4-5 long, ob tighter than last year all along the right, inside of #5 bench
5-first hole by house, road OB, and to the right, "water OB", no double mando, long pin
6-Tee by stop sign road entrance to zoo, straight shot back green drop off-(We need a pad poured here)
7-teeing by fence, open fairway towards pin last year, using "water" OB-pin placement moved (Pad & Pin needed)
8-tee by light pole, OB right-(Pad & Pin needed)-Trees need to be raised
10-7 Island Rules, Double Mando
11-8 Long-OB Clubhouse area
12-Tee #9 to #11 Blue Pin-Mando Tree to left
13-#12 to pin by the road behind rock
14-#13 Long, OB teeing from "island" rules, DZ=Short Pad if not inbounds
15-#14 long Pad to #15 island
16-Tee from Gregory corner to long #16 pin, OB aligns the fairway (need pad)
17-to #15 Blue placement
18-Short pad to #10 Blue placement, OB aligns the fairway
Rocks are ON
PDGA Tent by #3 long all weekend...
4 (to 5)
7-9 Short (need to move pin)
8-14 long pad to long pin #14 (need to move pin)
9-18 Long pad-Blue placement (need to move pin) OB will be on sides, but not behind pin, it will align with the regular SWG13.
This isn't set in stone yet, but it is pretty darn close to what this is going to be looking like.
They close soccer fields all the time to prevent damage. How is this any different? Most ball golf courses have the money to effect repairs when damage occurs. We don't have that luxury.
I recall a time a few years back when the baskets were all pulled at Swope for for several weeks to allow grass to get a good start. Perhaps it's time to consider that option. Short term pain for long term gain....
Just because only a couple people can make it to the work day doesn't mean they're the only ones that care about the course. It's going to be muddy but I never let that stop me from playing.
I guess I'll have to play Birdland instead.
Thanks Keizer for coming out and putting this on the mark. Mike and I got quite a bit one on the new hole #1 for clearing out. Then I spent about 2 hours on #1 cleaning up the side of the hill, and working on getting some more control on the front part on the hole. I appreciate Mike making part of his life to improve the courses. I thank him for making the effort and following through. Thanks Mike!