richardhead wrote:I nearly had that first Ace myself. I hit chains on 16 during our Saturday morning round!
keith johnson wrote:It was old school day yesterday at the course as Jordy, Mark Campbell, Fred, and Rob Kelly came to check the place out, along with Daniel May, Hugh Torbit, Brad Traylor, Randy and myself.
Rob Kelly was one of the 9 players and was in my group - on almost every hole he said how he liked the course and by hole 15 he had said it was in his top 5 played - He also told Kirk (one of the owners) the same thing when he came up to us after the round to see how everyone enjoyed the first official Doubles round.
5 of the 9 players had annual passes, and I was about 3 inches right of the first ace on the course on hole 8 when my shot slid across the top of the cage on the right side and off the back - if it had Headrick nubs It woulda stayed in.
Please join us on SUNDAY June 19th for the next installment and see the course for yourself - see if it makes your own top 5 courses played list - and hopefully without being up against a 74 person full DiscCaddie Event, more players will be able to see what a gem of a course Kirk and Leah have let us create.
Here4Beer wrote:Since it is Father's Day, is anybody besides Keith planning on being there? (Sun @ 2 pm)
Cha Ching wrote:Hope they cut the grass this week!! If not, you may wanna wear jeans? It was 3 feet high in alot of places Sunday.
nick brost wrote:ill be there with atleast two others
keith johnson wrote:10 leyland cypress trees are being planted tomorrow (SAT) that are 6-10 feet tall on the fairways of 5 and 6 - and although they aren't large enough "to keep you in your own fairway" now they are the start to what will define the holes in future years as they grow larger with each growing season.
bryang33 wrote:So if there are not enough 974+ players to make teams with all the people that show up, is the winning team still elliglbe for 100 bucks per person? Ie if two 930 players get paired up...
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