Originally Posted by jevon
Speaking of the green aspect, while the 3v batteries aren't super cheap, they last an awful long time. After I'm done I take off the LED and wrap the batteries in electrical tape, leaving a layer of tape in between each one, to keep them together so I don't lose them.
I found a cheap way to make the led's and to get the batteries is to hit up a radioshack like store. To help the cost of the batteries you can do some google research but one of the batteries designed for cameras (old film type) are nothing more than 4-5 wrapped 3v ones in a series. I was big into Radio Controlled stuff for awhile and did a few bodies with working lights etc.
I was thinking of using solar lights that would be put out on the course the night of the event and taken down at the end of the night, allowing one to leave them in direct sunlight to charge during the day.
In regards to Pendleton, I would only light up the bottom 9 and not use the holes on the hill.
Let me know, Uhlman, if a routine night league starts and if I can swing it between PTA and Preschool meetings etc I will make the drive.