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  • #16
    Hey Bob,

    Had a good time playing the new positions yesterday. Pinkal was right on about how they played. Thanks for your hard work, vision, and great course changes. 2 suggestions, perhaps leveling the teepad on 17 so it is not such a steep run up, could even move it a bit for a more difficult angle through the trees. It is clearly too easy for Pinkal and Keys. The teepad on 2 could definitely use some work also. It is starting to get a little dangerous.
    By no means is that criticism, just observations. Thanks again. Great day at HH.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by smobro View Post
      perhaps leveling the teepad on 17 so it is not such a steep run up, could even move it a bit for a more difficult angle through the trees. It is clearly too easy for Pinkal and Keys.
      But not for the rest of us! Leveling 17 = good; making 17 harder = bad.
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      • #18
        Played the new placements today. You're a sick, sick man, Bob Horning.
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        • #19
          Originally posted by Adam Schneider View Post
          Played the new placements today. You're a sick, sick man, Bob Horning.
          OK I'm confused, I thought I talked with you about them before hand and you liked the idea, but now you don't?

          Seriously, how did the course feel?

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Bob Horning View Post
            OK I'm confused, I thought I talked with you about them before hand and you liked the idea, but now you don't?
            Sorry, I should have included a smiley there. (It never occurred to me that anyone would take "you're a sick, sick man" seriously!) I think the new placements are excellent. It's just frustrating to end up with a 4 on holes that used to be an easy 2, or at least a 3! The new #11 is especially sadistic. #12 has almost doubled in length, but it's not the impossible shot that #11 is.

            I assume that in the future, there'll be a mix of longs and shorts? Nice that they're all in the longs this week, though, so we can try 'em out. We also gave the new #1 a try, after we saw them move the basket at around 3:00. Speaking of which, are there technically any O.B.s on #1? Nothing's marked on the sign.
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            • #21
              Originally posted by Adam Schneider View Post
              Sorry, I should have included a smiley there. (It never occurred to me that anyone would take "you're a sick, sick man" seriously!) I think the new placements are excellent. It's just frustrating to end up with a 4 on holes that used to be an easy 2, or at least a 3! The new #11 is especially sadistic. #12 has almost doubled in length, but it's not the impossible shot that #11 is.

              I assume that in the future, there'll be a mix of longs and shorts? Nice that they're all in the longs this week, though, so we can try 'em out. We also gave the new #1 a try, after we saw them move the basket at around 3:00. Speaking of which, are there technically any O.B.s on #1? Nothing's marked on the sign.

              Adam, knew you were kidding, just messing with you . During tournaments the road above the #1 basket is out of bounds, which narrows the play down quite a bit. No use making the woods below out of bounds, shot there and you're SOL anyway.
              later!

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