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Brian Gutzwiller  › Peters Creek   March 7, 2013 at 12:03am

I have put together a plan for the upgrades to pc this summer. I call it an Enhancement Project because it uses the existing layout with some improvement. My email is [email redacted] If you send me a email, I will reply with the info and overview map.

This proposed layout will use the existing course with improved enhancement.
Benefits:
• Multiple basket locations to help with erosion control
• No clearing of new fairways
• Course flow is maintained and locals will not see drastic change to layout
• Easier permit application due to no tree removal
• Less work for the volunteers (shorter construction period)
General upgrades hole by hole
 Hole 1 = Tee pad moved back 10 feet and addition sleeve straight ahead
 Hole 2 = Tee pad moved back 20 feet and addition sleeve straight ahead
 Hole 3 = addition sleeve to the right
 Hole 4 = no change
 Hole 5 = Tee pad moved back 15 feet and addition sleeve further to the left
 Hole 6 = addition sleeve further to the right
 Hole 7 = Tee pad moved back 60 feet
 Hole 8 = rope railing with terrace steps for safety down the hill and addition sleeve straight ahead
 Hole 9 = addition sleeve to the right
 Hole 10 = Tee pad move back to create dog leg
 Hole 11 = Tee pad moved back 10 feet and addition sleeve to the left
 Hole 12 = addition sleeve straight ahead
 Hole 13 = no change
 Hole 14 = addition sleeve to the left
 Hole 15 = Tee pad moved back 40 feet and addition sleeve straight ahead
 Hole 16 = Tee pad moved back 40 feet and addition sleeve to the right
 Hole 17 = addition sleeve to the right
 Hole 18 = addition sleeve to the right

Rubber tee pads with compacted gravel base contained with wooden frame.
Benefits:
• Lighter materials to haul in
• Removable if needed (not permanent / less permanent footprint)
• No heavy equipment needed for installation
• Less impact on players with softer surface
Disadvantages :
• Needs upkeep about every 4 to 5 years with compacted gravel


Thanks Brian