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Hole #24 5 / 519ft. 3 / 519ft. Par 5. Not sure what the 5 and 3 are for.
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Old 06-29-2019, 02:44 AM
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I would use a Destroyer off the tee probably my OS 170 gram Champion.

more info on the course and hole two of Lincoln Ridge Park Independance Kentucky https://www.dgcoursereview.com/cours...id=730&mode=ci

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The left pic is the approach of hole 24 at Lincoln Ridge in Independence, Ky.

The answer to this is easy...


Everything. "Top of the world"...ish type of finishing hole. Unless you have 450+ power, you probably aren't going to wind up with a putt for 2. Most people empty out their bags on this hole. So grab whatever your longest discs are and let fly



The right pic is hole 2 tee...

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Hole #24 5 / 519ft. 3 / 519ft. Par 5. Not sure what the 5 and 3 are for.
In the dgcr scorebook you can set up different color coded layouts with different pars based on skill level. Red(Beginner) its a par5. Blue/gold(Advanced/Pro) its a par 3.
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Ugh missed the edit window... Here's the pic for 24 tee...

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Old 06-29-2019, 04:01 AM
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WTF?... why does a pic from this website get removed?...

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The left pic is the approach of hole 24 at Lincoln Ridge in Independence, Ky.

The answer to this is easy...


Everything. "Top of the world"...ish type of finishing hole. Unless you have 450+ power, you probably aren't going to wind up with a putt for 2. Most people empty out their bags on this hole. So grab whatever your longest discs are and let fly



The right pic is hole 2 tee...

In the dgcr scorebook you can set up different color coded layouts with different pars based on skill level. Red(Beginner) its a par5. Blue/gold(Advanced/Pro) its a par 3.
Thanks, I would have called it a par 4 myself and for my brother and dad for the longer hole.
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Thunderbird if there is a headwind. Sidewinder for most other wind
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Depending on the wind g* shryke or star shryke. Then probably a zone or fusion judge upshot.
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