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RHINESEL 05-04-2010 12:49 AM

Hole of the Day 5/4/2010
 
Buffalo Trace Park in Palmyra, IN

Hole 11

Short tee: 225 ft, Par 3 Long tee: 305 ft, Par 3

You can see the short tee in the picture. I'm not sure if the pic is from the long tee or not.

Tee
http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course...7/bc25e651.jpg

Approach
http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course...7/60120688.jpg


Short: ESP Buzzz up the gut.

Long: FLX Predator on a spike sky hyzer.

discpicable 05-04-2010 01:05 AM

Hmm. Maybe a destroyer. Tommy style.

U_NICED_ME 05-04-2010 01:14 AM

Ok, looks open on the left for the approach to the basket. I'm going to try my forehand with a 172 Star Sidewinder, after I shank it and take a mulligan, I'm going to backhand my 170 Star Stingray that stays mostly straight with a slight anny flourish at the end.

TalbotTrojan 05-04-2010 01:37 AM

I think the safest way, after studying the above pictures for a good minute, is taking my Banshee and going the spike hyzer route. I also thought of taking out the Avenger SS and hitting the gap on the left but I really do not like how close the trees on the far left are.

As for the shorter tee, I simply woldn't play it unless I was forced to do so.

RHINESEL 05-04-2010 01:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TalbotTrojan (Post 339219)
I think the safest way, after studying the above pictures for a good minute, is taking my Banshee and going the spike hyzer route. I also thought of taking out the Avenger SS and hitting the gap on the left but I really do not like how close the trees on the far left are.

As for the shorter tee, I simply woldn't play it unless I was forced to do so.

Seems a little strange to have a short tee on this hole. I'm guessing it could be a family friendly park where the short tees could be used for children and women that don't play often (no offense to those that play all the time and could kick my butt on a regular basis from any tee).

roc-chucker 05-04-2010 01:45 AM

KC pro Aviar anny from the top pic straight on the bottom pic

Daddy-O 05-04-2010 01:48 AM

long tee: Teebird or Striker, slight anhyzer starting out towards that tree on the left

wolito 05-04-2010 03:22 AM

I might throw my Star Leopard (RHBH) with a little bit of anny on it. Just a nice easy throw with about 65% power might get around those trees and tuck back in to the right, next to the basket.

solomon.trenton 05-04-2010 05:45 AM

core right down the pike

WillACarpenter 05-04-2010 06:56 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TalbotTrojan (Post 339219)
I think the safest way, after studying the above pictures for a good minute, is taking my Banshee and going the spike hyzer route. I also thought of taking out the Avenger SS and hitting the gap on the left but I really do not like how close the trees on the far left are.

As for the shorter tee, I simply woldn't play it unless I was forced to do so.

Mostly what he said...except unless I had my big bag with me I wouldn't have a banshee on me...so it'd be either a champ wraith or a champ firebird.

And I was REALLY looking at that anny line but I know something would go wrong there....maybe a roller? I'd like to try it anyway :)

From the short tees I'd throw a wasp on a hyzer line.

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