Reading Jeff's report, I wonder why we are still able to use holes 8 or 9? Seems like one of the worst erosion issues we have is near those two pins, yet these aren't even under consideration for changing...
Also, it seems that Jeff got his questions answered but didn't really consider any of the rest of the club in his inquiry (which seemed oddly focused on People's Park.)
Once again, I don't think we should have a recreational golfer designing our courses, especially when the club voted someone else into the position. Sadly, the last two people the club has
voted into this position quit participating with the club due to similar situations...
I also repeat myself when I argue that communication between the club and the Parks Dept. should be handled by our Public Relations representative, who was also chosen by the club to represent them in specifically this way.
The continued mis-communications/lack of communication should be reason enough to review the process.
I asked earlier but was not answered:
Were any other options even considered for erosion control management?
Or did we just decide our only, most drastic option, was to re-design the course to circumvent erosion control issues.