no temp pads if at all possible, and then #12 moves to the middle/short which although a personal enjoyable shot not a differential shot.
12 on the "peninsula-I don't consider it that since it is on the same land that the pad/pins are" is throwing underneath trees that are overgrown, and that is the only challenge. We want to work on the trees before the event, so it will probably be a more boring shot once we raise the trees accordingly.
Again, spew what you may, only Tracy seem to get the answer accordingly. I posted this information not for debate, but rather to let folks know the placements, and what needs to be worked on.
Now then as for this.....
...... I dont really see an issue with the rocks tearing up discs. I will direct all the comments I got about it then to you (Utz), that was probably the #1 complaint about the course....
1) Just because people complain doesn't mean they are right. In fact, ofttimes the opposite is true.
Really? You don't think that putting an entire area plus 3 lines of rocks carving up discs gives a person a right to complain? Many of these folks that come to town make their livelihood at the sport, and to them their plastic is their work equipment. So would you go to work at a location that never really had to worry about it to now have something there that could gouge and destroy something that you may have been using for 10 years because someone thought a peace sign would cool on the green? Why not move it closer to the station, and out of play? I think that I just found a new person to send the messages to about the complaints we get on things that cut up my disc that don't need to be on the course comments!