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me and a couple of friends went out there yesterday and it is great. this is true golf. it isn't just throw you drive the best you can and then deal with whatever putt you end up with. you have to manage the course and play for landing areas.
eric is right, #4 is diabolical if you are agressive.
also, have a map with you. most of the flags have been run over or pulled. finding the tees would be impossible if you didn't know the course.
excellent job neal.
i was playing good and shot a 58. my friends didn't fare so well. one guy was +18.
all of the ponds have water and several of them have some serious shrub/brush growth in the middle. this will make some of your upshots completely blind so make sure you have a spotter if you have to challenge the growth. on the positive side, all of this greenery makes the water clear so that if you do have to go in, it is much easier to find your disc.
Last edited by Throw Innova; 07-06-2010 at 11:46 AM.
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