Old 11-01-2017, 07:05 PM
Dana Dana is offline
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Originally Posted by biscoe View Post
I have not found it to make a difference. They catch everything either way.
Interesting, I've had a T1 for 2 years and found that it does make a difference. It is weird that they would include it if it didn't make a difference.
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Old 11-02-2017, 07:57 AM
Muddyboots Muddyboots is offline
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Course looks good Biscuit. My continued admiration belongs to you, Trey, and Gary, plus other hardworking parties.
-Have played Flyboy and (1) config of Lake Marshall. Similar scoring wise, but LM has more woods, and tighter.
-Any pipe dream date in mind for completion of the (3?) planned courses?
-@Dana, the T1 design has changed slightly. The newer models (say last 6-8 mos, IIRC) have different size bottom rings. I didn't install the "supports" in mine, and I think it makes less difference than the older model, which I have messed around with too.

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Old 11-02-2017, 08:33 AM
biscoe biscoe is offline
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Originally Posted by Muddyboots View Post
-Any pipe dream date in mind for completion of the (3?) planned courses?
remainder of Lair- hopefully by end of year
remainder of Lions- spring 18 (likely pipe dream- a ton of work involved and stuff is just now dying back enough to be able to get in the thicket for the design work)
other 9 holes of Lambs- way off
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