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  • General Scales
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    Come on Gordy! I've been doing that open 4 mounds dance. Now hopefully I've perfected it and you open up on Sunday even though it's only supposed to be 42 degrees for the high. I guess I'll just have to bring a flask of Jagermeister and keep myself warm that way.

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  • General Scales
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    Hey Gordy are you gonna be open this Sunday? I've got a few people that have never been out to your wonderland of discgolf amusement and frustration.

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  • Wobbly Bob
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    Four Mound open Nov. 1

    I'll be out at Four Mound around 11:30 am on Sunday.

    Hope you can make it, Bob

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  • Gordy #21004
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    Nov. 1st

    Bob will be your host this Sunday, Nov. 1st . He will have the gate open @ 11:30 am. Ya'll be good and have a great time! Gordy

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  • General Scales
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    The funny thing about that Cape #4 is that the three times I've played it I've thrown par.

    As for Porcupine's signature hole, I'm happy if I walk away with a 4. Played it twice. Both times I've got a four barely.

    Shooting birds on it would be epic!!!

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  • Gordy #21004
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    Tee-Off

    Tee-off times will be available on all three course starting just after 10:00 am Sunday the 25th. I apoligize for not remembering everyone's names so please dont be hesitant to re-introduce yourselves. Its been a great year meeting all you newcomers.

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  • Gordy #21004
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    Fear #4

    Originally posted by Gordy #21004 View Post
    Porky #14; 445' Fear #9 535' but plays like Greenland on a Mercator projection. I reccomend the polar route.
    Hole #4 on Cape Fear is called Picabu Street cause you can just barely get a peek at it from the t-box. The monster tree just to the right of the line of play is called the Half-way House because you may have to spend some time there for 'rehabilitation'. The hole is also called the 'noose' hole because after you play it you may need one. The hole tapes out at 450' but has not been re-verified in a long time. If someone wants to re-measure it thats fine with me.

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  • Gordy #21004
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    Originally posted by Parks View Post
    450ish and 570ish, respectively, would be my guess.
    Porky #14; 445' Fear #9 535' but plays like Greenland on a Mercator projection. I reccomend the polar route.

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  • Gordy #21004
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    OOPS!

    Originally posted by ChEddy View Post
    Hey G, any thoughts on getting together a work crew this fall? And are you open tomorrow? Thanks!
    I will be open in about an hour or so. I did a post on Thur but neglected to post it. Sorry about that. The rain has made it real nice

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  • ChEddy
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    Hey G, any thoughts on getting together a work crew this fall? And are you open tomorrow? Thanks!

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  • Parks
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    450ish and 570ish, respectively, would be my guess.

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  • General Scales
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    What is the length of Porcupine 15? And what is the length of Cape Fear #4?

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  • Parks
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    For the purposes of simplicity its a par 3.

    If you want to call it by its actual difficulty, then it and Cape Fear #4 are the only par 4's out at Four Mound.

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  • General Scales
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    Yeah thats the hole. Threw a beautiful drive on it too. SS Avenger thrown hard and flat. Turned perfectly. Forgot to ask. Is it a par 4 or 3?

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  • Parks
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    #15. Its the long one that goes up the hill to the right, then another couple hundred feet to the pin across the top.

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