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Old 06-25-2010, 08:01 AM
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HOD 6.25.2010

Everwood DGC - Macolmb, IL
Hole 5
333' Par 5 (Par 5? Really?)









I would probably throw my E-Pro Assassin on a hyzer line to the right of the large trees. I call shenanigans on the par. This has got to be a par 3 unless there is an ogre behind one of the trees that isn't on the course map.
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Old 06-25-2010, 08:02 AM
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im throwin my champ Teebird, i will ignore that par
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Old 06-25-2010, 08:11 AM
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This has got to be a par 3 unless there is an ogre behind one of the trees that isn't on the course map.

The trees are Ents....it's par 5 because they move and will take your disc, requiring you to drop with 1 stroke penalty.


But I would most likely throw and Eagle to the right and let it fade in around the trees.
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Old 06-25-2010, 08:32 AM
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I would side with Toothy on the Eagle route, but I'm just not that comfortable with that disc in that dense tree area right now. Instead, I'd try to turn over a Star Roadrunner to the left and try to crank it back over where there are less trees to get in the way.
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Old 06-25-2010, 08:33 AM
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Looks like it is down hill a little, if its a good bit, I might use my Core but I think from the pic, Im using my XL on a slight anny aiming about 5' left of the big tree in the middle. Should S around it and head straight toward the basket. Miss a long putt from there but still get an easy Eagle.

Actually, I would probably have a late release and smack into the tree dead ahead, then try to anny around and hit the tree on the left, then have a slip and get stuck on the cluster of trees closest and on the left of the basket, try a spike hyzer putt and miss, then drop in for par.

Im joking about the scores because I would play it as a 3 but I wish I was joking about the 2nd paragraph because that happens every now and then.
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Old 06-25-2010, 08:35 AM
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I would side with Toothy on the Eagle route, but I'm just not that comfortable with that disc in that dense tree area right now. Instead, I'd try to turn over a Star Roadrunner to the left and try to crank it back over where there are less trees to get in the way.
I was thinking of doing this (but perhaps with a Star Valkyrie) but I had doubts on my ability to put enough juice on it to get it to stand back up after a hyzer release.
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Old 06-25-2010, 08:50 AM
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Trees add a good challenge here. I am still throwing the TL, RHBH, on an anny line and have itland against the side of the hill. If not, it could fade left and go farther down the hill away from the basket.
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Old 06-25-2010, 08:55 AM
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LHBH

I think I'm taking the wide left gap with an ESP Flx Pred with a slight anny.

If I hit the gap i'll skip up towards the hole and avoid the troll.

It will also make sure I avoid an early tree. by hitting a later tree, i should be able to get up and down for a 3, but a bad kick will lead to an occasional 4. seems like a hole i'd like to play
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Old 06-25-2010, 09:10 AM
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Hyzer flip a P-PD.
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Depending on how the trees on the right guard the pin I am either throwing an eagle out to the right on a hyzer line or a S curve down the left route, keeping it low to keep it from hyzering out too much.
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