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jack:
Updated April 24th 2015!
1-Long-Original
2-Long
3-original (On the cliff-only placement)
4-LONG Left past the "rocks"
5-Long left on hill
6-original (Right down tunnel)
7-LONG-Top of the flat area
8-LONG-Past the tree line
9-only
10-DEEP/LONG Right-look for the pole
11-long
12-only-Drop Zone ANY SHOT ON DRIVE OB to DZ (players choice on Hillside)
13-Long
14-LONG-Across the street
15-LONG-Open field
16-UBER LONG-Play to #18 up the hill pin placement
17-Island
18-LONG-Practice Basket area
(4/27/15) I hope to get out there next week and work on the new LONGER placement for #6, but this is about as long as the course can get.  Feel free to post your scores if you dare.

There is also the 2 new baskets by the practice basket with a temp tee pad compliments of Drew.  Eventually they will become hole #1 and #2 in the reconfiguration.  You can use the portable baskets as well to adapt a nice course.  Right now we will be playing different formats to have fun with it. (8-20-14)

(Someone stole the Orange one...noticed on 7/8/12....thieves suck)

At any time, feel free to alter your own configuration by playing to the following:
1-Practice Basket Black
8-Hangar
11-Practice Basket Maroon (Short placement)
16-Practice Basket Orange (18-Left, uphill, close to original) This is for you UBER long throwers, and now with the reservoir trees all knocked down, try to clear the gates baby!
18-Practice Basket Orange Blue Practice Basket is there now HATE THIEVES!!! Blue practice basket is in the long #18 between road and #11 pad.

You can make a fun alternate course without the need to work for it, just agree before you tee!

Thanks to Drew for the additional baskets out there to make this type of activity happen.

There are also the 2 new alternate holes in the woods to the north of the practice basket.  There are fly pads currently.  By using those two holes, you can opt to skip 13 & 14 and walk over to 15 if you want 18, or play 20, heck play 24 using all the alternates out there!

twoDornottwoD:

--- Quote from: jack on March 28, 2012, 09:59:43 am ---Thanks to Drew for the additional baskets out there to make this type of activitiy happen.

--- End quote ---

you're welcome.  thank you to jack and keizer for providing two of those baskets.

twoDornottwoD:

--- Quote from: jack on March 28, 2012, 09:59:43 am ---16-Practice Basket Orange (18-Left, uphill, close to original) This is for you UBER long throwers, and now with the reservoir trees all knocked down, try to clear the gates baby!

--- End quote ---

actually, i believe the orange pin on 16 is shorter than the white pin.  as the crow flies, really sure.  i measured the orange and white pins from the red pin last year before the wide open but i can't find where i wrote the orange one down.  orange possibly only on the wide open players' guide.

tla06:
If I may be so bold...the fence w/o any trees is FUUUUGLY, especially the big ones.  Takes some doing to get a tree to survive, much more to get big.  Hopefully there's an awesome plan for the reservoir, cuz taking out ALL the trees damn sure didn't make the golfing better. :P

jack:
WTF.....really, those trees missing is a thing of beauty.  That is all concrete, and no place for trees.  The wrought iron fencing is a thing of beauty and the exposure of the fencing is about one of the coolest things to happen to the park since the disc golf course.

most of those "trees" were locust, and evasive plants that really harm the environment more than help it in terms of actual benefit to the ecosystem locally as well.

I think that you will find that you are in the minority on this idea that it was better to let them grow.

There have been ideas over the past 12 years for the reservoir, and I for one encourage more positive activity in the park, so anything that comes in should be viewed as a positive.  I will gladly re-design the course to live along side with other positive activities within the park.  In fact, I relish the chance to lose quite a few holes out there and come up with a new plan!

:-)

Don't take o-Fence   ::) on this, but this is something that has been needed very badly.  Drew did a lot of damage out there over the past few years, and his leaving made us feel that we had to continue to finish it.....but instead a local neighborhood action group took it upon themselves to move forward, and I feel it looks FREAKING FANTASTIC!
 ;D

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