Kewl stuff. Nice shot Danger!
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Speed golf normally involves as many discs as you chose to carry, but whether there are falling putts and whether you have to is left up to the person keeping tally. In general, I use a mini if needed, but do allow falling putts.
I unfortunately haven't ever made it out for league night, but I might be interested in joining for GLOW night. Can you tell me what I should expect, and what its like. Also, what do I need to bring for GLOW night? Do you use lights or glow discs? Thanks for your help. I hope I'll see you guys sometime soon.
QuoteJake Bowen, Brian Palmer, John Theiss, Doug Kroll, Brandon Elkins, and Dan Coffman were the participants for the dry run. Jake threw some bombs....including putting one with 30' on #6 (500' + hole). Even with multiple spotters we lost several disc, most holes were not actually completed, and it tooks over 3 hours to "play" 15 holes. I know Steve Casey had to come away with a greater appreciation of why more of the course needs to be mowed, especially when you consider that his target audience is the recreational player. Lance Dwyer has probably played the course more than anyone but he couldn't be there Saturday, so I played some holes with him on Thursday to get his feedback. Holes #13 and #15 have standing water in the landingzones on the fairways. There's a couple of rock and earthen dams on these fairways that were installed when they built the shelters. These dams will need to be removed for these holes to be viable (even then I have questions because these holes in essence utilize the same fairway). Also, one of the constaints that we're working with is to utilize the current teepad locations......Just a little curious about the "dry run" that was played. Were there any 975+ rated players, or players that have played 50 to 100+ courses, or any KCFDC club officers involved? No biggy, just wondering.