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Old 10-20-2011, 05:55 PM
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My thought was to create a "dry" 18 holes main layout and have an optional 6 hole loop in the creek area that could be bypassed during wet season. I've been thinking about keeping 14 then maybe make a par 4 from combining 14A & 15 then carving out a little longer 16 as a 3-hole loop for half of the 6 wetlands holes. I'd like to figure out a way to play under the bridge as another wetland hole maybe with the white pin on the same side of the creek as the tee and the gold pin on the other side (hanging basket suspended under bridge?).

I'll let people know when I'm in town for a few days before Christmas or after since I head to and fro from the Twin Cities to Toledo for family Christmas. BTW, also toured the area for the fifth course at Lemon Lake with Brian Cummings and April the Park Super. Lots of potential there as they've started clearing some area already. I think they're leaning toward a similar setup as Fairfield with one tee plus a white and gold basket on each hole.

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