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Default Looks like 809' is a no go...

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I saw a few for 810 ft (including one in Australia, but I couldn't confirm which holes the pix were of), so I'll let someone else have a turn. Post one you like.
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Old 04-05-2013, 02:29 PM
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how about the whole course being 809ft: http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=3641
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Old 04-05-2013, 04:43 PM
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how about the whole course being 809ft: http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=3641
no thanks - we're looking for holes.
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fine onward to 810: Blue Mountain - Skyline Park Danielsville, PA
hole 18 - 810ft blue tee - par 5


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Hole 17 Blue tee
West City Park Share in Festus, MO






It makes you wonder, when Dave was backing and backing away from that ridge looking for a tee, what made him stop right here at 811 feet?
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Old 04-05-2013, 05:34 PM
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It makes you wonder, when Dave was backing and backing away from that ridge looking for a tee, what made him stop right here at 811 feet?
I don't know, but that looks like a really cool pin position.
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That hole doesn't look like fun.
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I don't know, but that looks like a really cool pin position.
Ya, wicked position. Hard to imagine hitting that window with any regularity, especially if you are still 300+ feet away. Maybe you could go over if you have a meteoric thumber or something.
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Ya, wicked position. Hard to imagine hitting that window with any regularity, especially if you are still 300+ feet away. Maybe you could go over if you have a meteoric thumber or something.
I like the way it bottlenecks as it approaches the pin. It's pretty much a Grip'n'Rip, but you really want your 2nd or 3rd shot to leave you with a good angle to take a decent approach to the basket. And the way its elevated, you don't wanna sail past it.
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I like the way it bottlenecks as it approaches the pin. It's pretty much a Grip'n'Rip, but you really want your 2nd or 3rd shot to leave you with a good angle to take a decent approach to the basket. And the way its elevated, you don't wanna sail past it.
Thanks for adding "or 3rd", it makes me feel better.

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