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Old 12-30-2010, 10:01 AM
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Also, here is the course map.
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Old 12-30-2010, 10:07 AM
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Old 12-30-2010, 10:15 AM
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Old 12-30-2010, 10:15 AM
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Blue - TeeBird to the right of the clump of trees, approach and putt.
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Old 12-30-2010, 11:26 AM
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My home course!

A couple of notes on this hole for those who are interested:

There is now a concrete pad at the blue tee and no marked white tee after dept. of transportation work grading the shoulder by the road (we will put it back in eventually). The basket has also been moved to a shorter pin location under the small tree at the end of the fairway. The throw from blue is now about 60' shorter but the same line. A teebird or eagle or what you will on a gentle hyzer will do the trick.

In the photos you see from Blue it's best to keep the flight low and play around the right of the clump of trees. Some players throw it high on a hyzer, but the gap is smaller up among the branches and your approach is tough if the pine tree or the small tree on the left edge knocks it down, and these are two VERY grabby, angry trees.

In the photos you see from White you have a choice of taking a big anhyzer line with something understable or trying to shoot the gaps in the clump of trees.

From both tees it's uphill and plays longer than it is or looks. It takes a pretty big arm to park this hole consistently. It doesn't look like all that much but in this form it was probably the toughest birdie on the course.

Anyway if you're in metro Atlanta or planning a trip to town keep your eyes peeled for new layouts begin posted for Oregon Park. We're nearly finished developing a second, tougher 18-hole course on the same piece of property, and some of the holes are already in the ground. Kevin McCoy is our designer for the new course, so we're expecting a significant upgrade in quality.

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Old 12-30-2010, 11:35 AM
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My home course!

A couple of notes on this hole for those who are interested:

There is now a concrete pad at the blue tee and no marked white tee after dept. of transportation work grading the shoulder by the road (we will put it back in eventually). The basket has also been moved to a shorter pin location under the small tree at the end of the fairway. The throw from blue is now about 60' shorter but the same line. A teebird or eagle or what you will on a gentle hyzer will do the trick.

In the photos you see from Blue it's best to keep the flight low and play around the right of the clump of trees. Some players throw it high on a hyzer, but the gap is smaller up among the branches and your approach is tough if the pine tree or the small tree on the left edge knocks it down, and these are two VERY grabby, angry trees.

In the photos you see from White you have a choice of taking a big anhyzer line with something understable or trying to shoot the gaps in the clump of trees.

From both tees it's uphill and plays longer than it is or looks. It takes a pretty big arm to park this hole consistently. It doesn't look like all that much but in this form it was probably the toughest birdie on the course.

Anyway if you're in metro Atlanta or planning a trip to town keep your eyes peeled for new layouts begin posted for Oregon Park. We're nearly finished developing a second, tougher 18-hole course on the same piece of property, and some of the holes are already in the ground. Kevin McCoy is our designer for the new course, so we're expecting a significant upgrade in quality.

Thanks Lewis for the info
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Old 12-30-2010, 11:36 AM
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Old 12-30-2010, 11:48 AM
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From blue, probably a striker or one of my starlight destroyers on a hyzer line out to the right.

From white, long gradual anny with my flow.
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Old 12-30-2010, 11:51 AM
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My home course!

A couple of notes on this hole for those who are interested:

There is now a concrete pad at the blue tee and no marked white tee after dept. of transportation work grading the shoulder by the road (we will put it back in eventually). The basket has also been moved to a shorter pin location under the small tree at the end of the fairway. The throw from blue is now about 60' shorter but the same line. A teebird or eagle or what you will on a gentle hyzer will do the trick.

In the photos you see from Blue it's best to keep the flight low and play around the right of the clump of trees. Some players throw it high on a hyzer, but the gap is smaller up among the branches and your approach is tough if the pine tree or the small tree on the left edge knocks it down, and these are two VERY grabby, angry trees.

In the photos you see from White you have a choice of taking a big anhyzer line with something understable or trying to shoot the gaps in the clump of trees.

From both tees it's uphill and plays longer than it is or looks. It takes a pretty big arm to park this hole consistently. It doesn't look like all that much but in this form it was probably the toughest birdie on the course.

Anyway if you're in metro Atlanta or planning a trip to town keep your eyes peeled for new layouts begin posted for Oregon Park. We're nearly finished developing a second, tougher 18-hole course on the same piece of property, and some of the holes are already in the ground. Kevin McCoy is our designer for the new course, so we're expecting a significant upgrade in quality.
Thanks for the update

I've been planning on playing Oregon for a while, things just keep coming up. I was going to tomorrow, but I guess I'll just wait for the new 18 to be done. Let me know when it's all done!
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Old 12-30-2010, 11:52 AM
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