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Also (not to over state my case), but I would also argue that hole 10 has (2) forehand friendly pin positions (the berm, and right position) and only (1) backhand friendly one (straight), boner tree or none.
I know it's one hole I step up to regularly and think "ok, I need to start working on my (non-existent) forehand"
On Feb 17, 2014 4:55 PM, "Bill Gaskill" <billgaskill@...
"Leaving half a tree only benefits back hand throwers. Should be cut fairly for all if it gets cut."
I would disagree with that assessment Mike. I think a course should have a balance overall, but there can be definite forehand friendly and definite backhand friendly holes. (ahem...could use a few more backhand friendlies @ Willamette)
Plus, I'm not convinced that a well placed cut wouldn't benefit both. An open fairway is an open fairway.
whatever throwing style, all would benefit by not having to walk under a 500lb.+, half dead log every time they walk down the fairway...
I know the odds are against it, but widows have been made by such.
On Feb 16, 2014 9:34 PM, "mike gibson" <disharoonone@...
Leaving half a tree only benefits back hand throwers. Should be cut fairly for all if it gets cut.
On Sunday, February 16, 2014 6:54 PM, Bill Gaskill <billgaskill@...> wrote:
well, that's one voting option.
On Feb 16, 2014 6:52 PM, "Eric Smith" <inspectorsmith@...
Or just leave it alone
From: wdgc@... [mailto:wdgc@...] On Behalf Of Bill Gaskill
Sent: Sunday, February 16, 2014 6:19 PM
Subject: Re: [wdgc] RE: Course Modification Vote Clarification
a couple stepwise cuts will be safer anyway.
yeah, thought about that when I was cutting recent fallen tree on 10- that's what it did....I figured I'd take a chunk off above where I wanted final cut, let it do any moving, then make final cut on angle that looks good.
I kinda suspect if the #10 tree is cut off half way, the weight of the root ball will try and stand it back up close to vertical...Do it ..See what happens
Is it two/thirds of the membership must approve the change--or two thirds of those voting?