Play Stimpi Ridge a little more often and you'll learn a low, straight, flex shot. And that offshoot path used to be the main path, leading to the BACK of old #17's tee. The "regular" path got broken out of the forest by the dumbass sasquatches. Actually, a lot of Downriver has been destroyed by these ungrateful creatures.
Low and straight. It's a good shot to have in your bag.
Originally Posted by Parks
There is actually a half-used offshoot path that leads to the new teepad. I suspect that it will get a lot more use now, since people tend to take the shortest path.
For a righty, its a thumber, a gentle turnover with a putter or mid, or a high sidearm.
I think a good flex shot would be hard to throw consistently and is overly complicated for the line that you actually need.