blkwizardsonny wrote:nobody ever pays my putters in practice
It's a balancing act between course work, playing and trying to find time to at least get some putting practice in. I know they're calling me out and I don't want to piss them off. What little practice I do get in seems to pay off once in a while.
What Josh said. My face got some sun from the new "look". I thought the grass you guys planted on 17 really did some good to that fairway. Thanks Crager and Tim for the asswoopin I guess I just needed better partners In all seriousness that was a great day.
Getting off work at 11:00, will be going up to work on tee pads 4 and 7A. I also have two new fairway footage markers to go in on 6 and 10, then over to #17 to help with the burn piles.
It doesn't get any better than this.
This weeks work has been productive. The 1/2 way point of 17 has been cleaned up with most of the brush on both sides burned. Still a lot of fire wood to remove. Limbs on 2, 8, 9 & 12 have also been cleaned up. #2 still has a lot of clean up needed on the C pin. That is my next target for burning. Hopefully next weekend.
I had extra sand so #6 pad was redone yesterday. #7B is up next as I need to replace one block that was damaged by a large limb that fell on the pad. Since I'm on a roll, I am going to touch up #10, 15 and 13 before the dubs tourney. Also, I'm making new signs for hole 9 as they are starting to show a little age, the original wood used was not as high of quality as some of the later ones.
Steve, I'll be out there tomorrow morning to help out. What needs to be done?
Well I've been wacking the last two days, so not a lot. I won't be out until midday. Crager might need to set up tents but he will wait the rain out. If you plan to play then any brush etc that is near the fairway can be thrown off further.