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Blue Valley / Re: Blue Valley World's Layout
« on: July 08, 2009, 11:48:18 PM »
our sport also has a history for awarding a "birdie" for a two with no fantastic shots.
i have no problem awarding an eagle for two long fantastic shots and a big putt i.e 7 and 18 long.
the scores will get lower at this course as well as cliff as they get more study by use.
9 is a homework hole.  its a solid 4 but a five is a bogey. (why does our sport have trouble accepting 1000 rated golfers can make bogeys and not have to shoot 12 down to compete?)
11 is no different than 1 at ww.  its all about nose control.  with today's disc technology its reachable without throwing 450'.  its another homework hole.  you have to know where you can miss the tee shot.  a four on 11 is a bogey.

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Blue Valley / Re: Blue Valley World's Layout
« on: July 08, 2009, 05:06:55 PM »
So, if the course is set entirely long, then official pro-level par would be...(?)
hole 11 is a par 3 for sure.  most pros will be looking for a two there.
holes 10, 12, 14 are all par 3s.  they will get some reasonable jump puts for two.
hole 9 is no more than a par 4.  it will give up some threes.
18 is the biggest "tweener".  it will also give up some threes but i'll be nice and give you five.
holes 4 and 8 are possible tweeners but they will get some long jump puts for two.

i say par 64 is the most accurate.  65 is the highest i'll buy.  65 is probably 970 golf with wind < 15 mph.

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Cliff Drive / Re: Before worlds I need to......
« on: June 30, 2009, 09:30:55 PM »

And I'm sure the home owners in the neighborhood appreciate it too.


Yeah, a couple of them have already stopped to thank me.

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Cliff Drive / Re: Before worlds I need to......
« on: June 30, 2009, 09:29:08 PM »
Thanks guys.  The entire course is playing awesome right now.  I started on #11 today by the pin and will work my way backwards again.
Next time someone has a chain saw out there, will you take out the last remaining tree in play by the 2nd gate on 16?  Its an awkward angle for my tree saw.  Thanks.

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Cliff Drive / Re: Tee Pad Progress May 2009
« on: June 18, 2009, 09:57:12 PM »
jack

i sent you an email.  call me when u can.  doesnt matter what time of day.

drew

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count me in if someone needs a partner  9184484086

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Cliff Drive / Re: League 4-6-09
« on: April 14, 2009, 12:36:04 AM »
thanks for the compliment dan though my wife would argue/debate whether that was true.  i'm only a newbie to the posting.  i've been playing disc golf all over the us for 9 yrs now.  9 more and i might hit 75% inside the circle.

drew

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Cliff Drive / Re: League 4-6-09
« on: April 13, 2009, 11:20:52 AM »
One thought though, leaving pads ass end narrow allows for more future alternate pin placements, i.e. ww hole 12 far left.  i think it would be funny to do half and half.  narrow front to force the tunnel shot on some holes.  wide front for some of the longer wide open holes or split fairways holes where the player must make a choice.  just my .02

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General Banter / Re: Hidden Valley Temporary Disc Golf Course
« on: March 26, 2009, 12:18:57 AM »
i have a portable innova disccatcher pro and dont live too far from there.  dont really know what the homie league is but would love to play some skins if i'm in town.  someone can borrow the basket reguardless.

drew

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