SpikeHyzer wrote:Played a round out there with the KC Crew, Corey "10up" Phillips, Weaver, Sarg and myself.
Yeah but I'm willing ot bett it was the biggest round to round swing/improvement .......... and Philips has on L jack-ass.
Anywho I'd like to give my two cents on the course:
- Hole 1 - Tweener
- Hole 2 - Tweener
- Hole 3 - Solid Hole (the tree near the pin owes me a new water bottle)
- Hole 4 - Solid with a little clean-up; the window at the tee needs thinned in order to play a little more legit.
- Hole 5 - Nice Pin Placement considering there are no other obstacles.
- Hole 6 - Tweener
- Hole 7 - Solid
- Hole 8 - Good Hole
- Hole 9 - Solid
- Hole 10 - Needs a lot of Love; Trail going to tee and an actual fairway
- Hole 11 - Solid Hole if tweaked; The pin is too close to the bush/shrub that guards it. No pin should ever be 6 inches from an obstacle. I suggest moving the pin at least 10 feet away from the obstacle.
- Hole 12 - Over hanging branch needs trimmed in order to play less like a tweener.
- Hole 13 - Needs tons and tons of love; fairway needs thinned dramatically
- Hole 14 - Could not find tee/stake; but we guessed where the tee was; could be a good hole depending on tee.
- Hole 15 - OK hole; hopefully the tee gets leveled when poured, the stake is on a slope and would be a bad place for the tee if the tee is not leveled.
- Hole 16 - we found a stake, but the hole ended up being about a 130' pitch. Hopefully that is not the correct tee placement.
- Hole 17 - again we could not find the tee/stake; but we guessed where the tee was; could be a good hole depending on tee.
- Hole 18 - again we could not find tee/stake; but we guessed where the tee was; this will be a sick hole once the opening is cleaned up/thinned.
My one major beef is that you installed the baskets on an unfinished course. The basket installation should be the last thing done on any course; all tee pads, fairways, signage, and connecting trails should be 100% complete before the course is open for play. Players will be excited to play a new course (like us) only to be very disappointed when having to play an unfinished course. This will turn newbie’s off as they may have ill feelings about the course and/or the sport.
"I'm not impressed with aces of any kind. 95% of the time, they're just bad shots that got lucky and happened to hit the chains. Otherwise, they'd have sailed 50' past the hole." ~ Cydisc