Oh hell, I didn't mention that. Was wondering about Goatpath this year for the tournament coming up next month. Guess I could just call Greg and ask him but I'm lazy. Have to talk to him about Outlaws anyway.
Haven't decided if I'm driving or flying up to MN yet. If driving, was planning on heading your way, busting a right at St. Louis, and going up near Quincy/Iowa City/Cedar Rapids to the Twin Cities, then busting a left from there to my location. Not sure of my timeline yet, either in two weeks or the first week of December. If its the latter, I'll probably end up flying to negate driving through a potential blizzard.
I'll keep you posted on what I plan on doing. Foundations is on my list of places to get to by the end of the year.
are you talking about goat path for this year or outlaw? I'm guessing it'll be pretty ticky by April. I think we went at the end of march last year and it was fine. Re: your trip between stl and minneapolis...what's ur route? I'd recommend foundation park on the way over to stl. i'd also recommend collinsville blues. Then, once in stl my personal favorite order goes sioux pass, jb, endicott, then on your way out you can hit quail. If you're going up I35 to go north, once you're in Iowa, I'd hit a bunch in the des moines area...there's big creek, walnut, ewing...there's the one in indianola, grandview is an oldie but a goodie. Then in ames (my old college stomping grounds) there is carroll marty which is a fun course but not all that in the wow dept. Let me know your actual route and I can recommend others.
Damn that's rough. I hadn't heard any of these developments. Guess I'll have to drop Scotty a line to see what's what. If it does get pulled all the baskets should (operative word) go back to Dave Greenwell as he paid for them himself and could be put into a new course somewhere else. Heard Greenwell's Taylorsville Lake course (outside of Louisville) is gonna be a beast.
you might want to talk to scott bateman about old english...seems to have changed management now and they arent as friendly to dgers. 20 bucks for no cart use, and only 1 round and the course will probably end up getting pulled it's a shame that was one of my favorite dg experiences
Awesome. I was thinking about it last week but whenever the temps drop and some snow hits the ground we'll have to get out to Old English. A group of us did it a few years ago, had the entire course to ourselves and had a ball. Looking to do that again soon.