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Countchunkula 10-24-2019 03:09 PM

That looks beautiful, Donny. I need to find an excuse to get over to that part of Michigan. I usually don't get too far from the west coast.

donnyv 10-24-2019 08:41 PM

Haven’t been behind a keyboard much the past 4 years. Miss the forums and old marketplace days. Different job and maybe sit behind a desk once a month now. But, the course is coming along great :)

InnocentCrook 10-25-2019 07:41 AM

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Originally Posted by DavidSauls (Post 3511553)
And to give certain people a chance to share some wisdom they've gained in the past few years.

Haha, mostly I like looking at maps and aerial photos.

I'm pulling for my buddy Goosefraba. It'll happen I think, just a matter of when.

thecandydan 10-26-2019 12:18 AM

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Originally Posted by InnocentCrook (Post 3510579)
Man, this thread needs some new blood and a new dream to start....

Is this blood new (young) enough for you? In the second pic he's crossing over the bridge he helped build. We used scrap pallet lumber from work and some 4x4's that we had laying around.

Our course is nothing compared to yours, but this wooded tunnel hole makes for good practice hitting your line . . .

https://www.dgcoursereview.com/forum...ictureid=38102

https://www.dgcoursereview.com/forum...ictureid=38105

InnocentCrook 10-26-2019 07:26 PM

That looks awesome Dan.

Also reminds me that I still need to finish one of the bridges on hole 5.

giles 10-29-2019 12:41 PM

I also need to build a bridge to cross a moat I put in on the front side of my island green. With snow currently on the ground I'm going to be sad come spring when I can't get across due to the melt runoff. I'm excited to see if my efforts to contain runoff work. Used to have a muddy mess in the spring when it just dispersed all over.

SoCal Mike 12-19-2019 03:44 PM

That's a serious tunnel shot... but I like it!!!

SoCal Mike 12-19-2019 03:47 PM

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Originally Posted by thecandydan (Post 3512182)
but this wooded tunnel hole makes for good practice hitting your line . . .

Now that's a serious tunnel shot! I like it a lot. :thmbup:

SoCal Mike 12-19-2019 04:00 PM

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I've been following this thread for what seems like forever and now I'm finally able to share my own course that's in progress. I've got the first six holes laid out, but hole 5 is the most complete one right now. If I did this right, there should be a couple of pics attached that show the view from the tee and a close up of the slope that the basket is on. I paced this out at 200 feet but when I use the laser rangefinder I'll have a more accurate distance. It's an up hill shot the whole way.

nate22 12-22-2019 07:13 AM

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Originally Posted by DavidSauls (Post 3511553)
And to give certain people a chance to share some wisdom they've gained in the past few years.

Im shocked someone hasnt put the effort into making an official 'Dream Team' or 'Team BTD' or something, the most exclusive team in DG. You have to be a course owner.

Hoping to start a big fundraiser, push to get the extra 9 baskets to complete our dream. Convert the 3 holes in the front, to become part of 'the granite flat 9', then move 3 baskets to the big course, finally completing 3 holes out the back we designed years ago...2 par 4s and the monster par 5 referred to as 'eagles nest' for the past few years.

Seriously could be one of the most epic holes anyone has ever seen, elevated tee, through a valley, along a rocky ledge, past an amazing climbing tree, through a fir tree forest, into an open field out of nowhere, with the basket placed at the back.


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