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Old 08-12-2020, 08:51 AM
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argh I cant get the image to post ... i thought there was an attachment button but I guess it's only on the initial window when you first post the new thread
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here's the overhead shot
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looks like there are some good wooded holes to be had & maybe some water danger... too bad no elevation, could be epic.
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looks like there are some good wooded holes to be had & maybe some water danger... too bad no elevation, could be epic.
Just noticed that along the bottom half, structuring the holes to follow what appear to be the old cart paths may be a good way to involve more trees leaving the old ball golf fairways around there as non-essential areas (OB or for approach positioning, for big hyzers etc).

Sort of like inverting the original design here and there so some of the old fairways become secondary and the old secondary paths become the new disc golf fairways. You know, just as another way to break up the woods v field opposition and change the flow of the course.
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