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toothyfish 05-19-2010 07:41 AM

5/19/10 - Hole of the Day
 
Tom Bass Regional Park - Wilmont, (Houston) TX

Hole 5 - 500 ft



http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course...1/3d81cd08.jpg


Course Map:

http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course...1/1f186f6e.jpg


If I'm seeing it correctly, there are a few trees in the first part of the fairway, an opening, and them some more trees closer to the basket.


I'm thinking a Roc or DX Teebird from the tee to get through the first section to the open area (depending on how close/far I need to be from the next set of trees.)

Looks like the RHBH hyzer route is blocked well.

racer93 05-19-2010 07:51 AM

I was thinking hyzer-flip a PD through the hyzer route around the trees that are "blocking" the route. Should be able to clear them, at least it seems. Maybe not, though...

WillACarpenter 05-19-2010 07:55 AM

I'm throwing my ever popular 150 dx wraith with a slight amount of hyzer with as much f'ing snap as I can muster...I'll probably get out there about 380' and then toss a buzzz or wasp depending on the up.

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mashnut 05-19-2010 08:27 AM

Hopefully Wraith, Wizard, Wizard for me.

toothyfish 05-19-2010 08:31 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by racer93 (Post 354754)
I was thinking hyzer-flip a PD through the hyzer route around the trees that are "blocking" the route. Should be able to clear them, at least it seems. Maybe not, though...

It may be there. It looks possible from the tee picture, but the course map shows quite a few trees to the right of the fairway. You may be forced to go really wide on that route, but it may work.


One question to really ask: Are we playing the hole as it's shown in the main picture and using the others to help us see it? It looks fairly open, because there are no leaves on the trees. It could look really tight in the summer. It's much easier for a shot the "get through" as it's shown.

Technohic 05-19-2010 08:48 AM

From the first picture, looks like the trees are spuratic and I like that gap just to the right of the trees dead ahead.

Right now, it would be a fresh DX Teebird through that right gap which being fresh, should fade back in the middle getting me about 300' down on the other side of those center trees I think. That gives me 200' to go with the ION which there is a chance with that disc in that range, but more than likely, I'm 20' off and way over putt then miss the next putt so Im in in 5.

bcr123psu 05-19-2010 08:55 AM

I'd probably try to flip a Star Valk and then get close with a Z Buzzz.

Frank Delicious 05-19-2010 08:58 AM

SOLF, wizard.

Kwick 05-19-2010 09:22 AM

LHBH

I'd likely throw an Xl straight down the middle to be safe, making sure my drive is clean should leave me wide open for a buzzz or wasp less than 200 to the pin, hopefully a tap in 3 (birdie?).

I might also try to be more agressive throwing a Avenger SS hyzer flip, which would need more height and be more likely to hit a tree. in that case i'm either having a shorter approach for a 3, or struggling for par.

toothyfish 05-19-2010 09:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Frank Delicious (Post 354799)
SOLF, wizard.

SOLF on what line? Beat and straight down the middle?


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