SE Michigan teepad authority
Hunter S. Dotson January 10, 2011 at 8:17am
All 28 short tee pads are clear at Lake Shore.
Joe Wander January 9, 2011 at 5:08pm
Both sets of tees on Hudson Mills Original are clear. Combined efforts of a couple of groups.
Lance Bayliss January 7, 2011 at 12:25pm
Me and adkins shoveled and cleared the short teepads as of yesterday. They do need a little salt though a few of them got iced over
peter kunoff December 29, 2010 at 3:08pm
rolling hills.....shorties all cleared except 11 (front half frozen, back half cleared)........gate attendant in effect due to sledding.
Scott White December 24, 2010 at 2:50pm
Fortch and I scraped all of the pads at Indy after Ben and Mike so now thy are in pretty good shape. The sun even came out for a minute and melted the glaze on the pads that weren't in the shade. Thanks everyone for the group effort. I've got some photos I'll post up later.
Mike "Papa Par" Even December 24, 2010 at 12:05pm
Windy Indy is clear. Blacks & Whites 1-18, shoveled off but still have a glaze. White Tee's on 15, 17 & 18 were too stomped down, but I scrapped the best I could. I was told Ben C was behind me scraping Tee's as well, so Indy should be all set, especially if Nate is there Sunday with sand
Jim Daniels December 22, 2010 at 6:24pm
It turns out that they do have a shovel outside at HM although it needs a radiator hose clamp to keep it on the handle and it's well past middle-age down where the metal meets the concrete. Given the current fee structure, I believe a new shovel is not too much to ask for. As for the tees, 1-18 are now shoveled, both red & blue. Half of red is in nice shape, the other half plus most of blue will need some sun rays, a little salt, or above freezing temps to finish off the thin layer of gla ... more
It turns out that they do have a shovel outside at HM although it needs a radiator hose clamp to keep it on the handle and it's well past middle-age down where the metal meets the concrete. Given the current fee structure, I believe a new shovel is not too much to ask for.
As for the tees, 1-18 are now shoveled, both red & blue. Half of red is in nice shape, the other half plus most of blue will need some sun rays, a little salt, or above freezing temps to finish off the thin layer of glaze that remains. Some tees have minimal room to get a shot off because the snow was tightly packed on there and there was limited light left in the day to march thru the course.
Mike "Papa Par" Even December 22, 2010 at 5:03pm
lol....Someone has a case of the Bah Humbugs eh? How about this....Stop being a lazy ****ing cry baby and call the park yourself. Here's their phone number since you are clearly too lazy to use google or pick up a phone: (734) 426-8211 Cheers and Merry Christmas :D
g lane December 22, 2010 at 4:44pm
yes i dont really care what you have to say but i usually like your responses so i thought i would ask for one direct. they are usually long winded and wordy without reason drawing upon your seemingly limited experiences and presenting it as though proper gospel. i care not want not nor ask not sons. the golfers you are schooling have been borrowing hudson mills shovels since before you had ever drove in. mind your tone. the question was way more simple. is the ****ing shovel leaning against the side of the building these days or not?
Mike "Papa Par" Even December 22, 2010 at 4:37pm
I do not speak for the Metro Park Authority, nor am I Representative. I am speaking from experience and experience has told me.....If you want something done right, you do it yourself. Me personally, I would bring my own shovel. The Metro Parks have always had a tendency to be a bit lazy in those kind of aspects when catering to the Disc Golfer. As Scott noted, give the good folks in the front office a jingle. I plan on hitting some courses this weekend, and I plan on bringing a shovel to each course just in case.
Scott White December 22, 2010 at 4:27pm
hm has usually supplied shovels for disc golfers, Just ask at the frONt desk, G.
g lane December 22, 2010 at 4:16pm
mike can i assume from your response you are the metro park liaison? if so, why has providing shovels as was always the case in the past become uncustomary? is it because if we are able to pay to play then you have drawn the conclusion that we can afford our own shovels?
i am not diggin this news.
Mike "Papa Par" Even December 22, 2010 at 4:04pm
lol....Your going to want to bring your own shovel bud :D
Jim Daniels December 22, 2010 at 10:13am
are the Metro Parks supplying shovels or is it bring your own?
Scott White December 20, 2010 at 1:07pm
Today would be a great one to get out there and clear those icy pads.
Joe Wander December 19, 2010 at 5:07pm
Hudson Mills Original reds, some progress made in clearing. A few of the really bad ones were just beyond the shovel we had and willingness to get mucho tired. We had some salt and applied a bit to most tees, was helping a bot/ Nice snow condition otherwise. Snowmobile had been around the course, which can make for easier trekking.