Originally Posted by jobwilson
I was talking with a few guys, and we all seemed to agree that Hobson isn't really a good course for an Advanced A-Tier. We all came to the agreement that swapping it with Ephram White would make a better fit, as it's more of a championship caliber course.
I know that the status quo has been to put a long open course (Phil Moore/White), a meadows course (Kereiakes/Lovers), a wooded shorty (Hobson/Miller) and a fourth (not sure how to categorize Tech/Griffin/Chalybeate). From my perspective though, Moore/White/Kereiakes/Tech would make a more competitive advanced group. There's a lot of luck on those tighter, wooded courses.
Anyone else have thoughts?
I didn't feel like Hobson or Tech were all that luck dominated, other than a few random trees at Tech after blind turns that did up the random factor a little. Hobson is a course where if you just play smart and hit your lines luck won't come into play all that much, and it emphasizes a part of the game that the other advanced courses don't.