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Old 01-04-2012, 12:34 AM
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Hole 5 is just frickin' sweet. Defined landing zones.
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Old 01-04-2012, 12:37 AM
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ok, I'm off with my #s then. hmm, what am I missing. cause there is no doubt that whatever basket is right next to 3s tee is a safety issue. especially since you are walking from 2s basket to get to 3s tee right next to the basket. that isn't 6?


hole 5 is the par 4, right? that is a sweet hole. don't get off the tee and you are in TROUBLE. not sure i've 3d that one yet.
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Epic, yes.

A little degrading, no.

A LOT degrading, yes.

(apdryva, Eman, Jabanger and bro, rshrevo, and I played there in 2-3' of snow and 25+ mph winds...we only managed to finish 8 holes in about 3 hours)
ahh so that's the time you told me 'bout...

after 3 hours... juke says "umm you guys wanna quit? I don't wanna be the one to say it but I'm done"

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Old 01-04-2012, 12:39 AM
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Hole 5 is just frickin' sweet. Defined landing zones.
Hole 5 has destroyed my glow round score every single time
Took a 7 on it in a glow tournament..
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Old 01-04-2012, 12:40 AM
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ok, I'm off with my #s then. hmm, what am I missing. cause there is no doubt that whatever basket is right next to 3s tee is a safety issue. especially since you are walking from 2s basket to get to 3s tee right next to the basket. that isn't 6?


hole 5 is the par 4, right? that is a sweet hole. don't get off the tee and you are in TROUBLE. not sure i've 3d that one yet.
7's basket is right behind 3' tee.
And all holes are par 3
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Old 01-04-2012, 12:42 AM
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ahh so that's the time you told me 'bout...

after 3 hours... juke says "umm you guys wanna quit? I don't wanna be the one to say it but I'm done"

My feet were Juke-flavored popsicles at that point.

Everybody else made a bee-line for the cars, too. I think they were glad someone was man enough to quit.



#18 is a great finishing hole, man can you get into trouble on that hole.
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Old 01-04-2012, 12:43 AM
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edit hole 5- Do you 3 it often? Do you see it get 3'd very much?

How often is there water on 14? Sweet risk/reward hole. I barely cleared it on Saturday.
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hey I give credit to making it through the 8 holes...if it took 3 hours... that is murder and I'm sure you all weren't geared up right for it
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Old 01-04-2012, 12:45 AM
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7's basket is right behind 3' tee.
And all holes are par 3
haha. ok then, has anyone ever "birdied" hole if its a par 3?
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Old 01-04-2012, 12:49 AM
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edit hole 5- Do you 3 it often? Do you see it get 3'd very much?

How often is there water on 14? Sweet risk/reward hole. I barely cleared it on Saturday.
During the daylight yes, its just a matter of getting your drive out past the tunnel part of the fairway.
As for water, there used to always be water there. The hill where you tee off for 14 used to run about 100' feet further out than it does now so the rainwater would naturally drain into the pond. The township removed most of the hill and since then its mostly a springtime thing.
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