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  1. OcDiscGolf
    05-02-2010 09:38 PM
    Those sound like some epic losses! You are lucky with some good mixed terrain there where you're at. One of mine went 30 feet up in a Tree playing a night round at 9PM (Green/White Star Wrath 171) and the Champ Wraith, The "Ocean Wraith" AKA the one in the pic on my profile page...

    I left in a field after throwing 6 shots on a practice hole. How lame is that? I replaced it with a Green one that looks the same, but that Blue one was special.

    Honestly, I find myself using my 169 ESP Nuke more than the Wraith lately, the stability to me is about the same and the Nuke glides more.
  2. OcDiscGolf
    05-01-2010 08:19 PM
    I was checking out your discs and noticed we're both really good at losing Wraths.
  3. CwAlbino
    04-27-2010 11:17 AM
    Yea. Hippo has an in-ground basket. Two hanging baskets. A basket on three oil drums. multiple baskets in mounds of dirt. A few on higher poles than normal.

    Hippo I did do well on, Hogback is what killed me. There are so many birdie opportunities, but just as many or more bogey or worse opportunities.
  4. CwAlbino
    04-27-2010 12:33 AM
    we were there from the 14th to the 18th

    Hippo was great, but Hills is better. There were too many gimmick shots at hippo, elevated or hanging baskets are cool, but when every single basket is weird, the coolness wears off. I did the best on hippo, par'd it in blues (4 bogeys 4 birdies) and shot a 60 on blacks with a circle 4,5,and 6. Hogback course is really cool, really wish I had it in my backyard. Super tight, the majority of fairways were about 10 feet wide at max, with gorges and big hills that made any bad drive, upshot, or putt roll 50'+

    Those are the only two we got to play, only the tourney ones.
  5. CwAlbino
    04-26-2010 10:01 PM
    Got back from it already. It was at the hippodrome in North Augusta SC and there was going to be no extra time so I didn't contact ya. I think we only went a few miles into SC, we were in GA a lot. Took 15th place in singles and indian hills took 11th out of 26 teams.
  6. CwAlbino
    04-26-2010 04:37 PM
    Fair enough, but at least now you'll have more reasons to go home and visit Or rather leave the house when you do visit.
  7. CwAlbino
    04-26-2010 12:39 PM
    I told you about the possible 18 hole course by the old boy scout camp in Ottumwa. Nothing has been done with it since. However, I've been told the city is planning on making a new one around the lagoons, looping around the baseball diamonds.
  8. OcDiscGolf
    04-03-2010 12:12 AM
    Was checking out your wish list too. Need more Cali courses! In my opinion, Humboldt State's course is overrated. DeLaVeaga, Morley, and HB should all be on your list.
  9. Fender088
    02-15-2010 05:29 PM
    thanks for the quick reply man
  10. G Bud
    02-12-2010 08:42 AM
    G Bud
    I'm also really bad at names so I could have got it wrong on the names. Gonna try to get on a course this morning, shovel in hand. SEE YA!

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  • About RussMB
    I grew up in Ottumwa, Ia, lived in Ft Worth, Tx,Myrtle Beach, SC,Tampa, FL and now I'm back in Iowa.
    Mt Pleasant, Iowa (work in Ottumwa)
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