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    Default Muldraugh...some more...

    All but three baskets are back at Muldraugh. There have been some MASSIVE clean-up efforts out there. I got an ace my first round back there this morning.

    #2, #14, and #17 are with out baskets. Most of the course looks as good or better than it ever has. A few holes are still in ROUGH shape from the ice/wind storms.
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    Troy Duke is heading out right NOW to start the installation of tee signs. They've sat in my closet and Nate's basement for about three years. This is exciting stuff.
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    i love that course...had my closest almost-ace on #1 there...hit the cage about 2" below the rim...

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    All the tee signs are in and they are SWEET! Thanx to Bink, Nate, Troy Duke, and Eddie.
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    Why does this course have to be so awesome?

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    Just played Muldraugh for the first time this week. Have no idea what it was like before, but thought it was great!!!! Some of the trails seemed pretty treacherous but the layout is awesome!! All those responsible have done a great job and I for one certainly appreciate the efforts and look forward to the tournament coming up!!!

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    What is a good score at Muldraugh? I know all holes
    are duecable but seems like there is a lot of trouble.

    I was thinking 1000 rated would be a 45.

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    I'm not sure. My average is about a 46. I'll get into double digits sometimes and sometimes the course really kicks my butt. I'd say anything better than 49 is "good" and anything better than 44 is "great".
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    my guess would be that, in "normal"conditions, a 45 would be around 1005.

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    I played this course for the second time recently, it is in fantastic shape. This course is really unique to the area, and has quickly became one of my favorites. Watch out for the loose leaves piled on the ground this time of year though, very easy to lose a disc, even if you see where it goes!

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