Originally Posted by Matt B.
It's nothing new, and not unique to Blue Lake.
I don't think it's right, but some things will never change.
It's been going on for years at other places and I have yet to hear of any courses being closed because of it.
Tom Pearce in Grants Pass deals with this daily. The worst part of this being that the jerks start the course on hole 8.
So, don't design courses with holes 7 or 8 by public access and we should be gudt to go, eh?
I think if you state your feelings to these peeps in an educational way, (line them up in a firing squad and throw stiff Eclipses at their knees) you may get one or two to climb on board and then, after they can walk again, they may teach they're buddies to start on tee 1.