Originally Posted by psychodwarf
and yet you keep bad mouthing the club BUT you dont even know where the old tee pads have been .. justin ,are planning to come up with the money for the trees or net you want ? are you planning to come down and put all that up just to watch the "recreational golfers " be in your way ? speaking of rec golfers ..Didnt you start OUT as a rec golfer ?
The club could esily afford to plant trees, bushes or put up nets.. I have never heard of anyone getting hurt on the old teepad. Its EASY to see a disc coming in. JEFF. I am not asking the city to plant trees. The city would not have a problem with planting trees. What they don't like is trees being cut down.. Asking the city to plant a native tree in an undeveloped park is akin to checking to see if you get desert after you did all your chores and ate your vegetables
If we planted a group of them they would have a very good chance of surviving. Being that close to the road I would bring a 5 gallon bucket of water for them whenever I went to go play a round. I would also suggest pushing sticks in the ground with ropes running around the trees so people don't traipse through them. unless they have to get their disc.. Could build another beautiful rock lake. I know somebody who has accomplished such a task
Hey, Joe. Take it easy on the newbies. I've heard Shrack say good things about the club. He has also volunteered alot of effort on the clubs behalf. If you participate fully you are allowed to gripe. My parents always told me that if you don't vote than you can't gripe.. Well Shrack not only voted, he ran for office, he also headed a major grant application for the club. Your efforts are dually noted. Many thanks for you efforts to help our courses remain beautiful. Everybody's best efforts are valuable and important, just as their opinions and ideas.
Shrack, the teepad is to the left of the existing one on the road, back a little bit.. if you look at the ground you'll see a faded wobbly Bob faded teepad.