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Old 04-03-2014, 10:37 AM
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Originally Posted by Cgkdisc View Post
The measurement should take into account the intended skill level of the hole. If majority of players in the skill level would be expected to reach the pin, then measure straight line. If it's beyond a reachable hole for a skill level, then first measure to their landing area then up to the pin. This is even more dramatic when the hole traverses a ravine where at 325 feet tee-to-pin for gold level might be 375 for Red level players who have to throw to the bottom of the valley and back up.
This is exactly the kind of hole to which I was referring. Thanks for the clarification.

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