I think it would be cool to have distinctive fairways mowed on some of the holes at the Blue Valley Championship Course. P & R could mow the fairways on the regular schedule, while mowing the "rough" every other time. This would add to the feeling of being on a ball golf course, and would give the course a chance to further demonstrate the intent of its design. Players will be more challenged in hitting the desired / required landing zones. Shots landing in the rough would not get a good skip, and would leave the player with a bad shot angle and tougher elevation challenges. Shots landing in the marked landing zones would give the player the best angle to the basket. Survey Says.....
Actually, there's a couple of reasons NOT to do that.
Pros: It kind of looks cool.
Cons: Discs in rough will still be hard to find. In some cases on some courses mowed like this, it's realy difficult to find your discs, even as close as 20 ft. from the basket.
The tall rough can actually prevent a bad shot from either skipping OB or into the woods.
Also makes rollers more difficult, making Blue Valley play as an even longer course.