Alright, so here is what I'm thinking:
Can we get a crew of people together next Sunday, and dig out and pour the rest of the holes and sleeves? Those holes include:
- 1 long
- 2 short, 2 long
- 6 long
- 9 long
- 10 new position/long
- 12 short, 12 long
- 13 short??? (This may be done, I don't remember.)
- 16 placement
- 17 long
- 18 short, 18 long
- New 18 placement
So, in the end, we'll need to MANUALLY auger 14 holes, and throw in the cement.
- If anyone can make it, that'd be wonderful! If you have an auger tool, it'll get used. If not, bring spades/shovels/that sort of thing. Also, depending on how many people show up, we could probably use levels (the little ones work wonderfully), duct tape, and some patience.
Can we get a crew together to help dig up the tee-pads. Steve Hurt is going to bring up his skid-loader. Dan, if you could make it...we'd LOVE the help, but I know how busy you are. I'll also be contacting Reed to see if I can rent his for a couple days.
- We'll be diggin' up 18 tee-pads, and then putting the 2"x4" frames in the ground.
I'm hoping this is a possibility. I'm going to take off work to be there and the cement company said that they could do this on a week-day instead of on the weekend, so maybe I can get some help. We'll need to throw in the concrete. I'm hoping to still have the skid loader from Reed, but I'm sure Steve will be at his job. We'll just need to transport the cement from the parking lot to the tee locations.
Can we get a crew together to dig up the rest of the tee-pads. Steve will be available again, and I'll try to get the skid-loader from Reed again.
I'm going to take that Monday off again, and try to fill the rest of the forms.
I know, I'm asking alot, but we're trying to finish this thing up as soon as we can. Any help would be greatly appreciated, and we'll soon have another beautiful course to enjoy.