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jteater

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work at Wyco
« on: February 12, 2016, 12:45:16 PM »
Whoever has been doing the work on the teepads and the hole #7 location in the woods, thanks. It looks good
and it's appreciated.  :) :)

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Re: work at Wyco
« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2016, 06:31:06 PM »
Thanks, P3 and I have been working hard out there last couple weeks. We should be finished with most of it next week.
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Re: work at Wyco
« Reply #2 on: March 08, 2016, 08:49:09 AM »
Fantastic stuff out there JP3 and L.O.F.T.!

I had an opportunity to play Wyco this past weekend.  Great improvements for erosion control. The crushed asphalt around tees and benches will really help those areas from degrading further.  Nice to see hole #4 in the woods playable again.  Well done on the stairs down to the pin there.  #7 short is a more inviting hole now with the log-cut framed in mulched green. Framed up and asphalt filled step off of #8 tee was also much needed. Mulch on #11 right will be very helpful for those hot incoming up shots. Not sure how long the mulch off the tee on #18 will stick around, as that is a major wash out area. But it will be good for this weekends event for sure.

Thank you John and Mark for getting those improvement projects done!

p.s. Reminder to others reading this, please pick up fallen branches and larger sticks during your casual rounds. Set them by the road, anywhere along the hole, and the Parks Dept. will haul it away.  It's a simple effort that doesn't take anything away from your game. It really does help keep the course aesthetically pleasing, safer and more enjoyable to play.
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