Originally Posted by Stephen.Sines
there would be no logical reason to not play it in the longs.... and it aids in the scoring spread and adds fluctuation to the mass of scoring.
the same should be said with every course that we are playing this year. pier, dabney, and timber all fit in to this particular 'placement' of reason. (see what I did there?)
if every single one of these courses that we will play this year were championship grade courses (namely those stated above), then I would argue mixed lengths and positions would be feasible; being that they are not, why bother considering them and arguably sell your golfing experience short of what it could be?
short and technical... meh.
I'm simply here to play like I would on a traditional golf course. Its the intention and golfer's mindset that I am pursuing. I see no love or true golf in consecutive 200' gradient holes.