Originally Posted by General Scales
Thanks Brian for your kind words. I believe that the real test of a 'nightmare' event at Corbin will be how many people change their minds about what Corbin is. As it stands now, you hear a lot of it's a pitch and putt and birdie heaven. That will change if I get the go ahead to change it up.
I'd like to make it a cross of two legendary courses. Winthrop GOld meets the Darkside course. Sounds interesting, no?
Stu weve started this topic to get interested people involved in an open discussion. Kris C and the other board members now have this info and will be taking the next steps.I will let you know if and when they contact me. Continue to define in your mind how your nightmare course layout will be, and prepare for the directing of the actual days events (TDing).
It will be difficult to judge your success at Corbin with how many players attend an event there. Since it is a short course many players will not play for that simple fact. Actual feedback from the players who like and do, and will play Corbin for its technical aspects may reveal constructive feedback. You know how difficult it is to be consistant at Corbin. 10 down one round can turn to a struggle to par out the next round?
Quality vs Quantity is something Corbins hole designers have had to struggle with since the course first went in.
I look forward to seeing and playing this Nightmarish mixture of two legendary courses youve invisioned, and hope a N Idaho tournament series can take flight this year.