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Old 01-10-2019, 12:02 PM
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Default HOD 1/10/2019: Lincoln Ridge Park Hole 24 in Independence, KY

Course Rating of 4.45 from 114 reviews

Hole 24
Par 3/5
519 ft.
Water in play.

Tip By: sisyphus
Depending on the winds and the power of your throw, rhbh drives usually target a spot along the right side 'fairway' because going left allows far too much chance for fading down the hill to the pond.
The second tree out there is a thorny one, and I've managed to place my drive just under the low thorny branch here once. So better to stay right for shot #2 (where you'll likely repeat the process...unless you're one of those guys who are putting for two...500 feet out!)

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Old 01-10-2019, 12:04 PM
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D3 off the tee following the advice of sisyphus, keeping it out right. I am also not one that can throw 500', although I can hit close to 400' on a good day so I will probably be throwing a Leopard or a Roc3 from there.
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Cloud Breaker (DD3)on a flex BH line to take the skip out of ground play. Aim to the left of the first tree. Dx Aviar for the upshot hopefully giving th basket a run. Clean up with the P2
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The wind is usually a L>R headwind (basically from just left of the big tree in the middle of the fairway toward the tee) on this hole.

I'm throwing a flippy Roadrunner at the big tree in hopes that'll flip to flat inline with the tree and catch that wind to flip the disc around it. Then I'll throw everything else in my bag because this is a fun bag-emptying hole.
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Old 01-10-2019, 12:20 PM
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Saint down the right side followed by a Kaxe Z and a putt or two
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Old 01-10-2019, 12:25 PM
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Hell yeah Lincoln Ridge/Banklick! This is one of my favorite courses, and one of the most fun tee shots on the course.

I've played this one for a few tournaments, and when the wind isn't bad I really like a RHBH skip shot off the road with an FD, letting it glide down the hill for an easy up and down 3. If there's a little wind I'll throw a Plasma Insanity on a hyzer just to the right of the tree.
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Old 01-10-2019, 12:43 PM
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This is one of those holes that makes me actually want to learn how to throw lefty. I cant throw it far enough righty anymore to take advantage of the elevated tee and the lefty line carries better anyway...


Wave or fizz photon depending on the wind
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MF or Pro Teebird depending on the wind, finish up with the Berg
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Pinnacle Outlaw RHBH hyzer up the right side, Gator FH upshot
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Nice nose down RHFH Champ Katana, hopefully get about 400' for a short approach.
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