Fred Vocino  › Sunnybrook   September 9, 2013 at 9:06am

I put one in the drink on hole 4...a purple ti Nuke SS. Does anyone at the course do a periodic dredge of the critical points on the stream? I drove from Grand Rapids to loose my main driver, but I may be back near Sunnybrook next weekend.

Brandon Redmond   September 9, 2013 at 4:48am

I usually do the fishing out there I think weather should be good enough I can go for a dip. I'll call and make sure they know. thing is if you went in anywhere from 50 ft short of the basket to the basket it's pretty much a done deal. it is over 8 feet deep there in a ridge I've tried to get down there with a mask and I can't see anything . but ill try

Fred Vocino   September 9, 2013 at 11:33am

That sounds like a hazzard. Don't do more than your usual fishing. That would be appreciated, no matter the outcome. I'm surprised the management doesn't do something on a regular basis; the bottom must look like an Easter basket.

Fred Vocino   September 9, 2013 at 11:53am

Thanks again...using the long tee pic on DGS, I think it went in about half way between the basket and the bridge. If thats the hopeless spot, then stay dry. Its the thought that counts.

Brandon Redmond   September 9, 2013 at 10:03pm

wait I was thinking hole 5 not 4. if you're where you say it is a possibility. I haven't found less tban 30 the 4 times I've gone lol. I will call them tomorrow and see about hwading out Wednesday during the day. as long as there is a name and or number I always return

Fred Vocino   September 10, 2013 at 11:20am

30 per swim...I can believe that for hole 4. As for hole 5- being new and alone, I was driving from the short ball tees. I hyzer skipped off the basket top, clear over the water. Months of less fortunate shots there suggest the presence of much plastic. Try to get some buds to join a recovery crew. Llike me, people will reward the effort.