Old 09-02-2014, 02:03 PM
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The Edge, and I think it's a course at Westshore Community College in western Michigan where we vacation every year, have roughs over 6 ft. It's a combination of saplings and grass and I look forward to playing them every year.
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Old 09-03-2014, 03:09 AM
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I agree that the rough can shape a fairway, but there are limits to it's positive attributes. The rough surrounding the fairways at my hometown course (Kincaid) is so thick that you can blindly walk passed a moose and not even know it. It is doable enough from the short tees, but long tees are mostly blind teepads and require spotters. If you can make it out of there without losing a disc you should consider yourself lucky. I believe this reduces this particular course rating by .5-1.0 point/discs.
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