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    Played today----was highly excited to see all the sleeves already in and a couple of teepads already poured and set up. Are they pouring the rest of them and moving the baskets this week or does anyone know?
    Did I notice correctly that you've made the new #4 a lot longer by having the teepad closer to the road and the basket back behind the batch of trees that are now on the current #15?
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    We will be getting lots of the work done on mon-tues

    Hole 4 gets extended in both ways - the basket will be further back and left up 15's fairway

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    Will that make it a par 4? I thought you posted earlier the course will be a par 62. I know the long hole (15) is a 5, #s 9 is a par 4, but where are the other par 4s?
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    Thanks Martin and Adam and everyone that helped this is a fun course. cant wait till its in the ground. im in disc golf heaven BT fun farm and Seviren lang

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    Hole 2, 4, 7, 9, 11 and 18 are par 4's, and hole 15 is a par 5. And we made sure all the par 4's are legitimate par 4's, not hard par 3's or par 3.5 as some people call them.

    This course is going to be a monster and could very well be the toughest course in the area.
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    Looks like time to kiss my rotator cuff goodbye.

    Wow, I just realized, I went through the entire 18 in my head and already know all of them to follow your par 4s and 5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcusGresham View Post
    Looks like time to kiss my rotator cuff goodbye.
    Maybe it's time to start working on your backhand some more then. I'll be glad to help you out if you want.
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    I think I know why I can't really get much into a backhand---I think it takes a lower, wider stance (maybe Larry Craig should take up disc golf,) and my knee isn't good anymore.

    Did a walk-around today and looks like it's about done. They were doing the tee pads on 12 and 14, and I think all the sleeves are in except for six (which is augured,) and 11. Is the elevated pole on six a no-go now since the sleeve's going closer to the top of the hill?
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    as for right now yes it is a possibility in the future.

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    Played the course today. ALL of the pads are poured. This is an awsome course. Can't wait till the baskets are in position! I would love to see where the pin for 7 is located.

    A huge thanks to EVERYONE who donated thier knowledge and effort in making this happen. We now have a course not too far out for the Louisville players.

    GREAT JOB!!!
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