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toothyfish 05-05-2010 09:04 AM

Cinco de Mayo Hole of the Day (5/5/10)
 
Hole of the Day....

Hudson Mills Metro Park, Ann Arbor, MI - Hole #2

Can't really see the basket in the featured pic, but the description states the big tree in the fairway gaurds it a bit and it is relatively close to the line of trees on the left. The last picture has a red square to mark the basket.

SHORT TEE: 275 FT

http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course...8/6f87517b.jpg



LONG TEE: 350 FT

http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course...8/c3b3db07.jpg

Fairway shot from near long tee - red square is basket...


http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course...8/64b023b9.jpg

Technohic 05-05-2010 09:07 AM

I plan on playing this course in July!

Short one, I might be able to take my Core or Xpress and anny around the left of the forward tree, but Taking a Pred on a hyzer from either tee out to the right side of that front tree would probably be the best bet.

toothyfish 05-05-2010 09:09 AM

Now that I posted it, maybe I'll tell you what I'd throw...

RHBH

Short: Flat to Roc, out to the right or possibly a Whippet skip shot
Long: DX Gazelle, up a little so that is fade back under/behind the tree

Doesn't look like there is room for a big hyzer or anny/flex shot

garublador 05-05-2010 09:13 AM

I'd throw a Gazelle on an 'S' or a newish Teebird on an 'S' depending on what it looks like when I'm acutally standing at the tee.

toothyfish 05-05-2010 09:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Technohic (Post 340913)
I plan on playing this course in July!

Short one, I might be able to take my Core or Xpress and anny around the left of the forward tree, but Taking a Pred on a hyzer from either tee out to the right side of that front tree would probably be the best bet.

Looking at the long tee pic, the hyzer line looks blocked, but looking at the third pic, it appears the "rough" has been clear back. obviously, the pics weren't all taken at the same time.

If it is clear enough, I'd go the hyzer route as well...otherwise stick with my S shot...

jrawk 05-05-2010 09:19 AM

LHBH
Short: DX Teebird on slight anny release. Reach in putt. :thmbup:
Long: Opto Striker flat, and a three putt to finish. :thmbdown:

stsren 05-05-2010 09:21 AM

RHBH - approach down center / right of fairway.

Short: DX Roc / Crystal Buzzz [depending on which one everybody on here feels is the better disc (we should start a thread on that!!!)] straight at it.
Long: Star Wraith aiming slightly to the right of target on release...

toothyfish 05-05-2010 09:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by garublador (Post 340917)
I'd throw a Gazelle on an 'S' or a newish Teebird on an 'S' depending on what it looks like when I'm acutally standing at the tee.

When you throw S shots w/ a Gazelle, do you give it a slight anny release and aim a touch higher to make sure it fades back bigger? I get caught with my DX turning too much and my 11X/CFR Gazelles not turning enough...:|

Frank Delicious 05-05-2010 09:29 AM

Short would be a roc down the right side on a hyzer flip line and long would be an Eagle or an Orion LF on the same line depending on how much height/room I have over there. I can't really tell if I would have to go under the big trees limbs or if I can throw to the right of them.

bcr123psu 05-05-2010 09:33 AM

RHBH
Short: Star Leopard with a slight hyzer
Long: Star Valkyrie with a slight hyzer


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