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Old 03-17-2019, 10:32 PM
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Originally Posted by tomdizzlefizzle View Post
I don't care much about what par should be on holes. I see the problem in the designs of multishot holes itself. Too often on these style holes a well executed drive leaves you with an easy pitch to get a birdie. Waco has some good multishot holes but all of the park style ones at Waco are too easy for these guys. Hole 15 and 16 are excellent examples. Basically 2 easy pitches to get your birdie. A 3 doesn't feel earned and a 4 feels like a loss. Chuck needs to design some more highbridge gold courses maybe?
Yeah there are a lot of par 4s on disc golf where you either birdie it with your drive or your approach, and the other doesn't matter very much. The best par 4s challenge both shots and you need to execute both to get a putt

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