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Reverse of the last hole, plays left to right. I think this might even harder as there's more stuff to get stuck behind for the upshot. What looks like a bush is actually a 30 ft high cedar tree and the utility shed is probably a good 15 ft high. Straight-away distance is about 390.
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Old 11-29-2010, 07:56 PM
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Old 11-30-2010, 08:35 PM
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Reverse of the last hole, plays left to right. I think this might even harder as there's more stuff to get stuck behind for the upshot. What looks like a bush is actually a 30 ft high cedar tree and the utility shed is probably a good 15 ft high. Straight-away distance is about 390.
I was playing this the other day and it's hard not to get blocked out on the left hand side by the tree or the stands. And especially with a right to left wind which was blowing that day. The best shot I had was a forehand anny Surge shot, which landed just to the front left corner of the shed. It's just about 270 to the shed this way.
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Old 12-01-2010, 08:16 PM
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So who else has made up their own course? I love my 'park' course and play it all the time! If anyone in the Houston area is looking for a new course to play, I'd be happy to show u around..
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