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    Default Ice storm damage report for Radcliff

    Lots of trees lost huge limbs, they are literally all over the place, as is the case just about everywhere around here...
    hole 1 has a bunch of branches down right by the basket (did not damage the basket though) and a broken limb is blocking the hyzer route...
    hole 2 has a large limb next to the basket, which escaped unscathed...
    hole 3 is relatively clear...
    hole 4 wasn't too bad...
    hole 5 has a huge limb that fell right behind the basket, narrowly missed crushing it...
    hole 6 not hurt...
    hole 7 had a tree uproot and fall over, next to the road about 3-4 trees back from the basket...parts of this tree and other limbs came down on the basket and bent the top rings, but should be able to take a bar in between the ribs and bend it back...also made for a really cool par putt through some tree limbs into the chains..but i would have settled for no damage...
    hole 8 has some branches by the tee box, nothing too major, some by the basket but no damage...
    hole 9 the tree just short of the basket on the left uprooted and fell down the hill, diagonally across the fairway, will take some doing to get it out of the way...basket had some limbs fall around it but no damage...
    hole 10 some branches here and there, but nothing major...
    hole 11 a branch came down and NAILED the overhead streetlight, glass everywhere, some limbs down but no damage...
    hole 12 has a huge chunk of tree on the tee box, had to throw from way off to the side, but rest of the hole was OK...
    hole 13 just a few branches nothing big...
    hole 14 not really anything to speak of, couple branches near the basket, but the basket was not hit...
    hole 15 more limbs down but no damage...
    hole 16 nothing to speak of...
    hole 17 has a limb hanging right in the flight path of the fairway, and a large number of big limbs that fell all around the basket, luckily it escaped mangling...
    hole 18 just some branches around the basket but no harm...

    ground right now is obviously VERY saturated, and if you play anytime soon PLEASE watch your step since the ground is NOT firm, and you'll be stepping over limbs/branches all day...hopefully they'll get it cleaned up soon...

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    Default Re: Ice storm damage report for Radcliff

    Yeah, Paul and I went out yesterday. It's sickening how destroyed this park is. I have to say there no real PERMENANT damage to the course (other than the busted basket). I don't feel like the storm ruined any particular hole. BUT there is a LOT of clean up to be done here.
    "...a glass can only spill what it contains..."

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    Default Re: Ice storm damage report for Radcliff

    There has been no love for you guys with the course situation in that area lately...!!!

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