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  • Adam Schneider
    started a topic Horning's Course #2

    Horning's Course #2

    Bob Horning says the second, shorter course was supposed to be finished this week, but due to the constant rainy weather it'll be delayed a few days. It should be open by the weekend of 11/22 for sure.

    (The issue is that he has to pick the baskets up from the sandblasting place and take them home to paint them; if it's rainy, the freshly blasted metal will rust almost instantly before he can get the paint on.)

    All 18 holes of the new course have already been marked with little orange flags, and it's mostly ready to go with the exception of a bit more clearing of vine maples in the new fairways. I'm going to try to get out there this week to map it.

  • topdawgy58
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    Played course 2 today

    Originally posted by Austin_n View Post
    Played today, was a lot of fun and a lot of close aces! funny seeing four discs on top of the frozen pond!
    Played course 2 today. Miike threw his 1st ace, a skip shot on 18.
    I almost had 3 Aces. I shot my best score ever a -6. Really fun course to play.

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  • Austin_n
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    Played today, was a lot of fun and a lot of close aces! funny seeing four discs on top of the frozen pond!

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  • Will of Doom
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    Went out today and played 3 rounds, 2 warm ups on the small course, shot a -4 on the first round and a nice -10 on the second, then a round on the big course, i believe I shot either -1 or even. doesn't matter, still a solid round.


    Thanks for the courses Bob.

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  • Adam Schneider
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    I wouldn't call it WAY uphill. The steepest uphill hole (#3) has about 20 feet of elevation gain. And I suspect Scott was talking about cooling down your arm anyway.

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  • JMan
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    Well if you've ever looked at the terrain for the "short" course you know that it play WAY uphill, so I'm not sure you're going to do much cooling down Scott.

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  • Scott
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    I envision a warm up round on the short course, a round or two on the long course, followed by a cool down round on the short course.

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  • JMan
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    You hit that nail on the head Mitch

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  • zippyboy
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    The only dilema I see would be choosing which one to start with, and which one to end with... Yay, Bob!!!

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  • Adam Schneider
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    Originally posted by JMan View Post
    I am so looking forward to this new course! The location is simply the best, and now to have 2 choices, looks like I'll have to play both. It's going to get really tough when there is a third choice.
    I fail to see the dilemma.

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  • JMan
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    I am so looking forward to this new course! The location is simply the best, and now to have 2 choices, looks like I'll have to play both. It's going to get really tough when there is a third choice.

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  • Ol' Bob
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    Is heavy water officially water?

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  • zippyboy
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    Don't mind me, I'm just being obnoxious.

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  • Adam Schneider
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    Well, it IS supposed to be the family-friendly course.

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  • zippyboy
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    Pfft. 40 feet of water. What kind of psyche is that?

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