I was out today mapping the course, got to hole 12 before it got dark, will finish tomorrow so I can send in for the new signage shortly. Been taking a good hard look at #7, watched a few folks play it, and got a solid measurement today. I had thought it was close to 440 ft, turns out it's 425. That and watching folks play it and seeing folks that are not pros make it as a par 4 has made me decide to go with my origianal thoughts of double paring the hole, listing it as a par 3 gold tee, and a par 4 blue tee. While the poling wanted to have it otherwise, I just did not feel comfortable in saying it's a par 4, for I really believe it would have been a very easy par to achieve. If somewhere down the line after a few tournaments this needs to change it can, though for now I'm going to go with the spirirt of the thoughts and toughness behind what truely makes a gold tee course and separates it from all other types of courses.