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Old 05-23-2019, 01:59 PM
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When the Innova rep tells you that our club is his #1 customer in the entire state and follows it up with a STELLAR PRICE on baskets............ you realize the magnitude of being They.

I'M SO FREAKIN PROUD TO REPRESENT THIS COMPANY !!!!!
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Old 05-24-2019, 08:34 AM
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The previous post got me motivated(like i need any help there) so I grabbed some tools and headed out to the park to dodge the raindrops..........

Hole 8 got trimmed and cleared around the pin and i even managed to relocated a few pine saplings from the green. Mother Nature pitched in afterwards with a heavy downpour to water them in their new location.




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Old 05-24-2019, 09:04 AM
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DisCap is getting it on!!! We are THEY!! Broke ground at Steinmetz Park this week. Hole 1 being cut in below ( I couldn't figure out why the before pic won't display portrait like the picture was taken everywhere else i look at it it is right.)

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Old 05-24-2019, 09:37 AM
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Been hand-cutting waterbars all over the mountain to help drain the spots on the course that were too wet last season. My hands look like the surface of the moon lol. Honestly so rewarding though, the dividends for drainage work are paid almost instantly- the next day you're walking on dry paths right after a rain! I love putting in sweat equity, it's such a rewarding pursuit.

Every time I read through this thread I'm just filled with pride in the craftsmanship, creativity and drive shown by all of you. This sport is in good hands! Cheers to you all and the great work you're doing!


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Old 05-28-2019, 09:38 AM
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You know what makes you feel good? A 12hr Disc Golf Work Day!
7200lbs of pavers (240) brought from Mayfield to J Park. 1.5hr ride
24 pavers brought out to each new hole that needed them.
All the tee signs cleaned and updated with new numbers on stickers.
Cleaned up a hyzer line on 19B.
I was there till 8:30. 😀😀
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Old 06-24-2019, 07:40 AM
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Spent the weekend helping my buddy design and install a new 9 hole private course on Saturday and helping get Tar River DGC ready for Spike Hyzer's Tar River Round-Up VIII PDGA event this weekend on Sunday.

So I am not sure if I count as "They" since both are private courses.

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Old 06-24-2019, 07:45 AM
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So I am not sure if I count as "They" since both are private courses.
Count it. I know a private course owner who constantly laments, "Someone really needs to fix this...." with the wistful hope that the "they" will be someone else.

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Old 06-24-2019, 09:16 AM
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Count it. I know a private course owner who constantly laments, "Someone really needs to fix this...." with the wistful hope that the "they" will be someone else.
If I lived closer David, I would help you any time you needed it.
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Old 06-24-2019, 10:50 AM
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Count it. I know a private course owner who constantly laments, "Someone really needs to fix this...." with the wistful hope that the "they" will be someone else.
Haha.. Truth man..

There's only so much I can do pre tourney.. And of course I don't think about it most of the rest of the year. I ran chainsaw mostly for a couple days this time, we had a hell of a storm this winter. Lots of snags and widow makers.. Had a buddy come over and help with a real dirty one...

...but the teepad to #12 has been an issue for years.. No dirt or small rock to fix it anywhere close. I need to fill some 5 gallon buckets (make that half fill) and haul it in to repair it of course it's almost as far as it could be away and I can't get a wheelbarrow in there.. Here's to hoping "they" will show up and do it for me before "I" twist my ankle on it again.

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Old 06-24-2019, 11:27 AM
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Haha.. Truth man..

There's only so much I can do pre tourney.. And of course I don't think about it most of the rest of the year. I ran chainsaw mostly for a couple days this time, we had a hell of a storm this winter. Lots of snags and widow makers.. Had a buddy come over and help with a real dirty one...

...but the teepad to #12 has been an issue for years.. No dirt or small rock to fix it anywhere close. I need to fill some 5 gallon buckets (make that half fill) and haul it in to repair it of course it's almost as far as it could be away and I can't get a wheelbarrow in there.. Here's to hoping "they" will show up and do it for me before "I" twist my ankle on it again.
If I meet up with you in October, I'll show you the videos of how we deal with widowmakers on private courses here in central NC.
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