treeMD wrote: This would work really good at C2, because you could beat up different areas of rough and make it easier to find errant shots. it would also give greens time to heal. If only we had multiple pin placements there......COUGHspragueCOUGH.
Is this a motion to lead a workday Evan? I did request some assistance getting pins in before the ground froze last November - but I got no takers...
Keep in mind guys that I'm just one person, and it doesn't take much to get burned out on 40acres. I could really use some leadership in the way of spear heading these types of requests/projects.
I do agree that extra pins are key to the long term health of any course (I call them eco-pins), but it's going to take energy and hands.
Remember just because things are not getting done, does not mean that the intent to do them is not there, but we need 'monkey power' to do it - and this monkey is getting tired.
Thanks Evan for getting that tree down on 6, that's exactly the kind of leadership we need! Every time you step over a downed limb or a piece of trash, it's a missed opportunity to take another step forward. It's those little steps that make a course great! Keep on stepp'n!