Inquiring minds want to know.....how many mulligans were necessary to get down to a 40?
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I believe you're referencing the low pin by the road - I've deuced that one before with no wind. It's not nearly as tough as deucing the one at the top of the hill by the reservoir...
sorry, i didnt realize the orange pin is still in and/or is ever used. every time i put the basket there, all i heard was cries. nice 2, and yes, a much harder deuce, . its the same distance horizontally, but much farther up, and the tee pad doesnt line up correctly for a big drive to that pin. only person i've seen get to that one is big jerm. pin high, 35 ft left.
That's funny because Tank said the same thing when we stepped off of that pad. It doesn't line up at all, but with the wind that we had yesterday, it didn't really matter. The disc was going to travel farther than normal up that hill. I can't believe he was pin high - that's crazy! I was more than content being 60-80 short.
Must be playing on DISCatchers today...