Eat More Tacos August 26, 2012 at 2:22am
Anyone interested in playing a round at rolling Hills on Sunday?
Ray-hole Karle August 25, 2012 at 6:40pm
Eastsiders will be in your neighborhood tomorrow. We will be playing Kensington, hope to see some of you in the morning tomorrow at 10:30
Eat More Tacos August 25, 2012 at 12:59pm
Im in, we could do something close and easy for everyone, like brown?
Scott White August 25, 2012 at 12:23pm
I was planning on playing yesterday and something came up at the last min. Hope to get out there soon
Miah IT'S NOT THAT FAR Swain August 25, 2012 at 9:52am
Even though the rocks tried their best to snap and ankle, and the course was missing a basket or two it was great to get back in to the swing of things. AND LOOK I posted the scores already so you wount have to yell at me later. NOW for the big questions we all must face. Who is in this next week? I know there will be some off for the long weekend. I myself will not. So where shall we take it this week? Remember if your not playing then don't vote, and lets be very aware of travel any ... more
Even though the rocks tried their best to snap and ankle, and the course was missing a basket or two it was great to get back in to the swing of things. AND LOOK I posted the scores already so you wount have to yell at me later. NOW for the big questions we all must face. Who is in this next week? I know there will be some off for the long weekend. I myself will not. So where shall we take it this week? Remember if your not playing then don't vote, and lets be very aware of travel anywhere cause all the roads will be a wreck on Friday with people trying to escape Washtenaw county for holiday.
Ben Calhoun August 22, 2012 at 3:05pm
Can you Gabe, already having good contact with the city, ask them if there's a way they can mow into the woods holes again before the end of this season?
Hunter S. Dotson August 22, 2012 at 3:01pm
yes I agree. it needs to be able to actually walk through before major changes like tree removal are done.
Hunter S. Dotson August 22, 2012 at 3:00pm
Hole 3 from the blues summer 2010. Yes it does not look like that in it's present state but it will be back to that by mid summer next year unless we begin the fight now. Those wood chips and wheel barrels would be well suited to try and cover the fairway. Clear out the dead trees to help make more and look to what needs removed later on down the line. If I recall, we have already taken care of 2/3 trees on that fairway no?
Ben Calhoun August 22, 2012 at 2:59pm
Speaking of safety, those 3 giant animal holes by #8 and the one by #7's white tee could be marked off somehow on the work day? A disc golfer actually broke their leg in one on hole #8 the first year it was in.
Hunter S. Dotson August 22, 2012 at 2:57pm
Also, Before we trim out trees which would take years to replace and grow we should removed whats laying around a waiting to help someone snap a ankle looking in the bushes for their disc which IMO would be of great concern for the safety of the players no?
Ben Calhoun August 22, 2012 at 2:56pm
It's possible to par it- but it's design doesn't lend for a clear fairway or pure shot to get through as intended, it's really the only tee shot that's not good there imo. Scott, I will look that up..
Gabe- what Ivy?
Hunter S. Dotson August 22, 2012 at 2:53pm
It is still possible to par (3) from blues out there in it's current condition. Would it not be more prudent to keep the trees and tend to the ivy?
Scott White August 22, 2012 at 2:52pm
The black plastic conduit tree protectors don't work, they actually lead to bug infestation which many times will kill the tree. I wouldn't recommend it..
Ben Calhoun August 22, 2012 at 2:42pm
Also, I believe a majority would agree we could afford to lose one tree on hole #3- but there should be a vote as to which one, maybe that work day would be a good day to check out options and have a vote for which tree to remove? The idea being making a real fairway from the Blue tee. I'd like to get some of those black plastic tree protecters in too especially on the guard tree on #3's hill and #4.