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Old 01-31-2013, 10:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Sadjo View Post
I'm not saying that there needs to be tees for kids as much as courses in public parks that are blue/gold courses should have tees that are more suited for red level players.

When I mention playing with my kids, they can walk the longest courses but at 7 & 8 years old, throwing a 7-thousand foot course is a bit much. Fifty-five hundred feet, not so much.
I'd hedge the "should" to "it's preferable".

Not as important where there are multiple courses serving different skill levels, though still desirable if it can be done reasonably.

Stoney Hill is a poor example, in that it's a private, lightly-used course geared toward advanced players. But it's also instructive because many holes have no good place for red-level, or kids-level tees. I'd think some public courses, especially on very hilly land, have similar issues.
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