Originally Posted by Eric Olson
What's wrong with throwing it out there if you can get it to land safe in the fairway? There are lots of golf holes where a drive has to carry over OB before landing safe.
If you guys are intent on cutting off that route, which I am not advocating at all, you will have to enforce a mando. Otherwise RHFH throwers are going to take the wide open hyzer route with the intent of fading back onto the fairway or green.
I don't throw that route, but it's fun to watch and it seems like a perfectly legitimate line as long as it doesn't land in the neighboring property. Gotta watch out for people on hole 9 though.
Becuase you will send someone to the hospital if you hit them when they are are on the next tee because they will be trying to make the next shot when it comes back in. Also as bob and a few others have pointed out that in a very short time the clear cut will grow back in.
At that point that line will be gone and is not going to come back.