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  • Lake Selmac?

    This is a course I've heard very little about. Who's played it? Is it worth the trip off the highway?
    Is it a destination course?

    How does it play? Long, short? Technical? Open?

  • #2
    I played it last Thursday. It's definitely worth the 3-mile trip off Hwy. 199; it's an open question whether it's worth the 26-mile detour off I-5.

    My review is here: http://www.dgcoursereview.com/reviews.php?id=1454
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Adam Schneider View Post
      I played it last Thursday. It's definitely worth the 3-mile trip off Hwy. 199; not sure whether it's worth the 26-mile detour off I-5.

      My review is here: http://www.dgcoursereview.com/reviews.php?id=1454
      Oh, it's worth it. You can't tell me it's not in the top 3 courses within 50 miles (of Lake Selmac)... In fact, I'd say it's #1 or #2...
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      • #4
        Originally posted by TreeLove View Post
        Oh, it's worth it. You can't tell me it's not in the top 3 courses within 50 miles (of Lake Selmac)... In fact, I'd say it's #1 or #2...
        I would have to agree with Treelove on his assesment. The only other course in the immediate area (and im not talking about back woods courses, ie. cougar, shale city) is Tom Pearce... and Selmac is a TON better than Pearce.

        Once Selmac has a full 18 Mach 2's or better it will get a better rating. Rusty chains are ... Stiff?
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        • #5
          I thought the blue "homemade" baskets on the front nine were excellent, actually.
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          • #6
            Lake Selmac definitely brings challenges to long drivers. This course has a lot more technical throws. Other then not ever wanting to go in that water it is a very good course and when we camp there brings a lot of fun times. I think it is the only other well maintained course in the area and worth playing when possible.

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            • #7
              I love Lake Selmac, even when it does not love me back. Fun times. Challenging golf.

              Here are some photos from last weekend... and one from a few years back, showing the blue baskets. (Which I don't think are stiff but then I'm not one to blame a missed shot on the basket, heh.)
              http://www.nwdiscgolfnews.com/forum/...php?albumid=35

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