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Justin Abram  › Michigan State University   October 17, 2013 at 10:30pm

I stumbled upon and then played the flagged layout today - very cool changes and some tough anhyzer looks on a couple holes. 3 looked a little short til I read the flag and saw how much that low branch was in play. I'm glad to see something improvements in the works!

Eric Savoie   October 20, 2013 at 4:19pm

Thanks for the feedback! We've been trying to make the most out of the relatively open land and make more shot variety. We'll try and have a course layout available by next week. Also, we will be hosting our fundraiser tournament on November 9th - details to come soon!

Jeremy Reisig   October 20, 2013 at 8:08pm

Thanks for the feedback Justin!

Justin Abram   October 21, 2013 at 12:03pm

After playing it a few times with my girlfriend (we passed through the club round on Sunday), any plans for Mando's on 2 and 18. I'm taking the anny routes but my girlfriend is plowing hyzers right through the other teepads. The course is rarely busy enough for it to matter, but a lot of the casua ... more

Jeremy Reisig   October 21, 2013 at 2:10pm

I designed the holes with quality>efficiency. There is rarely anybody out there. Originally, 1,2,13, and 18 were going to have mandos, but with the limited amount of people, it keeps more routes open. In an event of a tournament they will be mando'd. Since the course plays almost in reverse, the holes are more lefty friendly.