Originally Posted by ERicJ
There were when we played Saturday.
And speaking of #4A. That was a fine hole for now, but it's going to require constant trimming & upkeep to prevent the opening from becoming overgrown and making the shot ridiculous/impossible.
Ill keep it trimmed, although i dont think it will need it. I birdied it several times before Scott came and trimmed it up. You should have seen it when i first made it, there were vines hanging everywhere, and the gap was much smaller. The biggest problem is the uneven tee area, which i do need to fix. With an even teebox that hole should be 85% birdie, although it will get somewhat harder and easier throughout the year