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    hey sweat how are the local guys doing?
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    Team Throw

    The last course of the tourney, Phil Moore, and Team Throw showed up to play. Jeremy and myself tied the OLD course record of 53 and Keith shot the new record with a 52. I finished 8th, Jeremy finished 9th, and Keith finished t-18th. That last round allowed me to jump 15 spots and Jeremy and Keith jumped even more than that.
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    Jeremy Watts....SEVEN BIRDIES AT PHIL MOORE PARK

    That has to be some sort of record.
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    way to go!

    can't wait to see the new course...
    any advice???

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    throw far and accurately
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    great job guys way to represent the ville
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottR
    way to go!

    can't wait to see the new course...
    any advice???
    The short holes are mostly quick hyzers with POOR fairways. Gun for the two on all of them. I had seven birds, four STUPID fours, two expected fours, and I left a few birds out there so I expect to see 48-50 being the hot score for the Pros.

    The rest of the holes, as Billy said, throw far and smart. There's a LOT of 350-450 holes. Birdie them all. You can reach them. There's one raised basket about seven foot off the ground on a platform smaller than the diameter of the basket. It should also be a birdie. The OB doesn't ever really come into play so there is NOT much risk reward on the long holes. The 800 footer and 911 are both threeable. I got the 800 footer and missed a forty footer on 911. Don't even think about the OB. I would expect the average Pro to have a minimum of two fours and ZERO OB.

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    Let's not forget Billy's THIRD PLACE finish in AM2!!!

    Good job Billy!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy
    Quote Originally Posted by ScottR
    way to go!

    can't wait to see the new course...
    any advice???
    The short holes are mostly quick hyzers with POOR fairways. Gun for the two on all of them. I had seven birds, four STUPID fours, two expected fours, and I left a few birds out there so I expect to see 48-50 being the hot score for the Pros.

    The rest of the holes, as Billy said, throw far and smart. There's a LOT of 350-450 holes. Birdie them all. You can reach them. There's one raised basket about seven foot off the ground on a platform smaller than the diameter of the basket. It should also be a birdie. The OB doesn't ever really come into play so there is NOT much risk reward on the long holes. The 800 footer and 911 are both threeable. I got the 800 footer and missed a forty footer on 911. Don't even think about the OB. I would expect the average Pro to have a minimum of two fours and ZERO OB.

    You'll do great!

    I wasn't gunning for the birds at all. I was just playing my tee shots smart so that I wouldn't take any 4's (I only had 2) Take all the birds you can on the open holes and take some occasional 2's in the woods. You will tear up this course if your putting in on. Now that is just my opinion of the course.
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    Congrats to all the ville on your great finishes. Time to move up bagger Nate .
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