What I like about it is simplicity, time efficient and fairly cheap.
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Don't know how cheap, compared to concreting them in.
I'll set one up today or tomorrow to check out.
Any other inputs from club members would be welcome. It's also important if somebody can find a cheaper stash of used bricks (that wouldn't be to slippery, though it's not part of the run up.)
On Wed, Aug 22, 2012 at 11:26 PM, Greg Johnson <discgolfgreg@...>
|The club can cover the $75 for bricks if no other options surface. This sounds like a decent plan to fill those areas with something stable. Greg J|
--- On Wed, 8/22/12, John W. Ross <johnr414@...> wrote:
From: John W. Ross <johnr414@...>
Subject: Re: [wdgc] Bricks and Sand
Date: Wednesday, August 22, 2012, 3:34 PM
I'll get non slip bricks.
One's I've got have five holes, which should provide for drainage.
But we're only going to try some first. They ain't cheap at Habitat at 75 cents each. We need about a hundred of them at CLUB EXPENSE.
Got any other ideas?
On Wed, Aug 22, 2012 at 3:30 PM, mike gibson <disharoonone@...>
Some bricks get really slippery.
From: rossjohn414 <johnr414@...>
Sent: Wednesday, August 22, 2012 11:19 AM
Subject: [wdgc] Bricks and Sand
Anybody got a line on used bricks for the tee box fronts at Willamette?
I'll check Habitat for Humanity this morning.
I'll also make sure to have some tee box ends to try at the conclusion of Saturday's workparty.
Input on bricks at will.