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notapro 04-14-2013 10:53 AM

HOD 04/14/13 - Lemon Lake Silver in Crown Point, IN
 
Lemon Lake Silver - Crown Point, IN

24 Reviews - Even 4.00 Rating

Hole 12
Silver Tee - 545'
Gold Tee - 605'
(This isn't right, the gold and silver tee are not 60' in real life... I think the 470' shown in the picture is more accurate)

Silver Tee:
http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course...8/d995ff46.jpg

Basket to Tee:
http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course...8/55cb22b8.jpg

Course Map

Hole plays kinda flat for the first 300' or so, gradually going more uphill on the back end. The basket is tucked into the woods on the right, there is a decent sized gap with sprinkled trees, like the picture shows. Tough hole - you gotsta keep it on the fairway!!!

Jukeshoe 04-14-2013 10:55 AM

Comet off the tee, right down the fvcking middle. I never disc up on this hole because the rough to the left and right is SOOO ridiculously thick, I'll sacrifice some d just to make sure I'm in the middle of the fairway with a decent second shot.

Usually play this from the gold tee, but still a brutal hole from Silver.

Also, the area where the walkways are at flood with any sort of rain/melting snow, for what it's worth.

Disc Fiend 04-14-2013 11:12 AM

^Taking his advice, Fuse off the tee.

RUSSELL 04-14-2013 11:12 AM

esp xl, fh soft focus/esp hornet, putt'r

kevdiv48 04-14-2013 11:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jukeshoe (Post 1948886)
Comet off the tee, right down the fvcking middle. I never disc up on this hole because the rough to the left and right is SOOO ridiculously thick, I'll sacrifice some d just to make sure I'm in the middle of the fairway with a decent second shot.

Usually play this from the gold tee, but still a brutal hole from Silver.

Also, the area where the walkways are at flood with any sort of rain/melting snow, for what it's worth.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Disc Fiend (Post 1948898)
^Taking his advice, Fuse off the tee.

I'll follow suit, DX Roc off the tee and DX Aviar(s) as needed.

Deebo4Discs 04-14-2013 11:17 AM

Yup, DX roc straight ahead. FH something is I stay in the middle.

notapro 04-14-2013 11:17 AM

I'd probably try my Leopard... go big or go home at this course. ;) Then some combo of Comets BH and/or Firebird FH depending on where I end up... probably an approach and a putt from there for a 4. Ideally.

BigSky 04-14-2013 11:20 AM

Tangent x4

ecpenguin 04-14-2013 11:28 AM

Played a dubs tourney there 2 weeks ago. I hyzer flipped a Beeline down the middle and then forehanded a Flick hole high. blackandwhite nailed the 30 footer for our par!

Note: this hole plays a lot easier in the winter/early spring before the trees really grow in.

TheArnoldPalmer 04-14-2013 11:36 AM

Havent got a chance to play at lemon lefty yet but im thinkin:
Buzzz down the middle, 4x roc to the basket... And magic to hopefully finish it up. :)


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