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    From the army? You think trees in the fairway are obstacles, try landmines!

    I'm assuming it's part of the land along Hwy. 3. If so that's really easy to access from I-65.
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    Landmines are OB. lol. If you hit one, you must throw from your previous lie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin View Post
    Landmines are OB. lol. If you hit one, you must throw from your previous lie.
    Would that fall under the OB category or the lost disc category if its blown to bits?

    @ Adam, sent that study.
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    Quote Originally Posted by weeman View Post
    Would that fall under the OB category or the lost disc category if its blown to bits?
    Come to think of it, the lost disc category sounds like a better one. Good call.
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    Actually, if we want to get technical...803.03 E "If the thrown disc breaks and comes to rest in more than one piece, the largest piece, as agreed to by a majority of the group or an official, is deemed to be the thrown disc." But if was blown up, there would probably be too many pieces to make that determination.
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    As Adam alluded a couple of replies above, we don't want to get overly excited about a new course in Charlestown as yet; however, there is receptiveness on the part of city hall; so that's a good sign. DLG, Adam, Martin, and myself have made repeated scouting trips over the proposed area[s]; and we could end up with a wonderful course...perhaps upwards of 27 holes dependent upon actual city-owned land boundaries et al.

    There's even one potential tee, ala Holler In The Hills, where you could throw off of an almost perfectly flat rock that is around 15 X 20 in size, over a creek around 30 feet or so in the air...can you say SWEET?

    I'm still in contact with the authorities; and will provide more info as it comes along.

    As always, the more of us who make contact with city hall as interested in a new course, the better the chance it will happen. www.cityofcharlestown.com

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