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Kent Holsten  › Riverpark   October 20, 2012 at 10:13pm

All the distances for all teepads are listed on hole signs, It seems to me you just leave them where they are and if different pads are installed call them black or gold. The club can buy more mats. We need to make the blue tees better with more women and kids playing. That was one of our goals we had at a Nudga meeting so we need to follow through. As far as all the old guys deciding where all the alternate pin placements are installed, there has been many people in on choosing locations and helping install sleeves that usually happen on workdays and us old guys are always there. I know we had a fundraiser series this year to help pay for teepads so lets get it done before winter if possible. I for one think the club as come a long way and have made many improvements for players of all levels of play. we have over 375 members who all love this club and we as a club have raised thousands and thousands of dollars for charities. We police our own course for the most part, if someone gets out of hand there is always Nudgas to put an end to it. We try to help out other clubs with tournament sponsorship and we have a great group who frequent these tournaments and represent Nudga. Thats what i think is the most important thing to remember. I know there is a few courses in the works and we can all pray to the disc golf gods that comes about. if not it wont be from lack of effort. I am very proud to be a part of starting this club and installing this course and have personally met every member and thank every one of them for making this club so great. So if anyone has issues with the way things are run, i will be happy to be held responsible and am always open for discussion and ridicule. NUDGA RESPECT