Old 05-15-2016, 12:22 PM
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Originally Posted by DavidSauls View Post
In some ways the open holes, without a treeline for separation, are better. At least you can see players, or see discs coming at you.
There's probably truth to that, David. About the only thing for which I didn't get lambasted, and that the young'uns didn't want to drastically alter on The SPC was/is the parallel, opposite direction holes of 6 and 7.
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Old 05-15-2016, 01:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Karl View Post
Seems 'iffy' (especially the 50-60' part) but potentially the "make or break" factor would be the direction of the prevailing wind. If that wind would have a tendency to blow T shots from elevated A towards B, B's people could experience 'disc rain' from A...NG.
That's the only thing I would be really worried about. With the elevated tee there might be wide rimmed drivers noob hyzering down on hole B, especially on windy days.
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