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Old 06-05-2019, 10:51 AM
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This is a test, only a test. Does intelligent life still exist on DGCR ?
The intelligent ones all went to the landfill.
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Old 06-08-2019, 02:19 AM
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Me at most of the courses in Charlotte:



Me at The Bridges DGC in Mooresville trying to find all the holes:

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Old 06-08-2019, 03:28 AM
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One of my Favoiret Courses Tuthill park when I played it in the Mid 2000's the course was stuck in an exact time frame in 2001 when the course was first put in. So for that I am calling the course Captain Courageous a book that you had to have studied an exact time period with the way they talked in that specific region they mention for parts of the book. Same went for Tutill park in just 5 years the course had gone downhill

Now I read on here that Tuthill park was fixed but has had flooding from the flooding that has been going on in the Plains and Upper Midwest of USA so it is that a few baskets this year got destroyed due to flooding.

Back when I played in the mid 2000's the course had old Asphalt teepads that were out of date and the Baskets the Chains had already rusted bad on each Innova basket. Now they have some Mach III baskets they replaced the faulty version of Innova baskets.


these were every single tee pad that was not the one or two natural tee pads only most were in rougher condition then this and why they are now Concrete.

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Old 06-08-2019, 06:43 AM
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One of my Favoiret Courses Tuthill park when I played it in the Mid 2000's the course was stuck in an exact time frame in 2001 when the course was first put in. So for that I am calling the course Captain Courageous a book that you had to have studied an exact time period with the way they talked in that specific region they mention for parts of the book. Same went for Tutill park in just 5 years the course had gone downhill

Now I read on here that Tuthill park was fixed but has had flooding from the flooding that has been going on in the Plains and Upper Midwest of USA so it is that a few baskets this year got destroyed due to flooding.

Back when I played in the mid 2000's the course had old Asphalt teepads that were out of date and the Baskets the Chains had already rusted bad on each Innova basket. Now they have some Mach III baskets they replaced the faulty version of Innova baskets.


these were every single tee pad that was not the one or two natural tee pads only most were in rougher condition then this and why they are now Concrete.

And here I thought you'd mention the 'coming of age' theme or more specifically, Spencer Tracy literally being cut in half by the ship's cabling before he's released into Davey Jones' locker against Freddie's protests. Poignant film. Many moderns could take a cue from Freddy's life learning experience on his voyage.
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Old 06-08-2019, 07:06 AM
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Cape Henlopen Sate park. That was a fun course more in the fact knowing the inventor of the Mach series baskets Stedy Ed had made that course. Playing on sand that changed a bit each time was a bit tough in the hot sun. This course has seemed to been though lengthened over the years but still used the old style Mach II baskets. I would say that course is the I Spy book series as you are always spotting something new in it each time due to how the sand is always changing 95% of the course and how it plays.
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Old 06-08-2019, 10:50 AM
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