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Re: Course closed sign & items

Bill Gaskill
 

admonishing me against using latin, and you're spewing french acronyms....oh the hypocracy!

I think we may need to do something about hole #1.  I tripped on a concrete nubbin in my follow through...pretty sure it's why kc won (that, and the major tissue damage I suffered when he started throwing his discs at me!)

seriously though, I'm not a huge fan of what has become of hole #1.  I suppose it's the most difficult to change too, eh?

billy

On Sep 25, 2012 10:28 AM, "John W. Ross" <johnr414@...> wrote:
 

I picked up the blue course closed sign at Willamette yesterday. Where's it belong? I'll bring it to Monday's meeting barring something better.

I've also got 37 of the bricks for toe boxes and six sold concrete 6X12 in bricks that might want to go to Adair or be used at Willamette.

Still not sure how and whether to redo some of our first attempts to brick toe boxes at Willamette. Open to ideas.

I also ended up with a 60 pound bag of Sacrete that can go somewhere, other than the back of my truck. I also need to find a use for a four-foot rod of rebar or someplace to store it until the club comes up with a use.

I thought of using it to secure tee signs at Willamette when I was thinking about using wood sections from a Black Locust.

RSVP at will.

JohnR


Course closed sign & items

John W. Ross <johnr414@...>
 

I picked up the blue course closed sign at Willamette yesterday. Where's it belong? I'll bring it to Monday's meeting barring something better.

I've also got 37 of the bricks for toe boxes and six sold concrete 6X12 in bricks that might want to go to Adair or be used at Willamette.

Still not sure how and whether to redo some of our first attempts to brick toe boxes at Willamette. Open to ideas.

I also ended up with a 60 pound bag of Sacrete that can go somewhere, other than the back of my truck. I also need to find a use for a four-foot rod of rebar or someplace to store it until the club comes up with a use.

I thought of using it to secure tee signs at Willamette when I was thinking about using wood sections from a Black Locust.

RSVP at will.

JohnR


Yellow Jackets

kmc31fly <kmc31fly@...>
 

Two very active nests at Adair, one next to gravel path in 12's fairway (right). It was marked yesterday and the basket has been moved to the left pin to significantly lessen the potential of interacting with them. Second one is about 175' straight off of 18's tee and is marked but could be flagged better. There are probably some others but I don't recall any other problem nests at Adair and we didn't find any nests at Willamette even though they were flying around here and there during the tournament.

David


Re: Soil for Willamette Hole 8

John W. Ross <johnr414@...>
 

Bad game is a pretty good reason to move to Grand Masters, providing you've got photo I.D.

JohnR

On Fri, Sep 21, 2012 at 1:43 PM, Greg Johnson <discgolfgreg@...> wrote:
 

Thanks for all the work including addressing the bee nests.  Adair looked great yesterday!
 
Too bad my game had me seriously considering moving to Grand Masters! 
 
 
 

--- On Fri, 9/21/12, Bill Gaskill <billgaskill@...> wrote:

From: Bill Gaskill <billgaskill@...>
Subject: Re: Re[2]: [wdgc] Re: Soil for Willamette Hole 8
To: wdgc@...
Date: Friday, September 21, 2012, 11:20 AM


 
basketball sized hornets nest on 5 neutralized!  also took care of wasp nest on path of 12.
aric and I moved the log pile on hole 6 back into the woods.
andy tovar, aric b., and I removed the downed tree on 14.
I'm going to head out to willy soon.  anyone wanna play a casual warmup round?
billy
On Sep 21, 2012 7:16 AM, "John W. Ross" <johnr414@...> wrote:
 
Was it a ground nest or up.

Hornets nest up, yellow jackets nest down. Either can be addressed after dark.

Lightly soaped water poured down a yellow jacket hole (5 gals. or so) will encourage them to abandon the nest. I would assume the same for hornets.

Neither can fly at night, at least without light.

Last resort, Steve @ city parks has these large cans with a very aggressive spray and has never been stung. They don't like to fly towards noxious chemicals. Buy a can and apply.

I'm on rest today, unless nobody else will take them on.

Main thing is to determine if the nest is in play, or really at the margins. If it's at the margins, warning tape should do the trick. The other trick is to avoid touching or having anything touch or disturb the nest or vegetation around it. You can get up close, just not personal.

So that's what I know.



On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 6:27 PM, Bill Gaskill <billgaskill@...> wrote:
 
dangit!  well I guess I'm back to trying to get involved in a land war in Asia...
I'm excited to see the new placement!  I'm heading over there tomorrow.
adair is shaping up nicely as well.  aric b. came out today and helped me spread the rest of chip mountain onto the walkout between 6 & 7.  I did some more whacking (easy now) on hole 3 and walkout on 3/4. 
we discovered a big hornets nest to the deep right of the berm on 5 (well, the dude who got stung 3 or 4 times did, while aric and I watched, hardly giggling) Good call sticking with the long placement!  I'm going to get some flags out there at least.  anyone know a "bee guy or gal"?
Any other fine tuning that needs to be done at Willamette?
I'm getting pretty stoked for the weekend! 
billy
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> John Ross wrote...
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>
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>
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Re: Soil for Willamette Hole 8

Greg Johnson
 

Thanks for all the work including addressing the bee nests.  Adair looked great yesterday!
 
Too bad my game had me seriously considering moving to Grand Masters! 
 
 
 

--- On Fri, 9/21/12, Bill Gaskill wrote:

From: Bill Gaskill
Subject: Re: Re[2]: [wdgc] Re: Soil for Willamette Hole 8
To: wdgc@...
Date: Friday, September 21, 2012, 11:20 AM

 
basketball sized hornets nest on 5 neutralized!  also took care of wasp nest on path of 12.
aric and I moved the log pile on hole 6 back into the woods.
andy tovar, aric b., and I removed the downed tree on 14.
I'm going to head out to willy soon.  anyone wanna play a casual warmup round?
billy
On Sep 21, 2012 7:16 AM, "John W. Ross" <johnr414@...> wrote:
 
Was it a ground nest or up.

Hornets nest up, yellow jackets nest down. Either can be addressed after dark.

Lightly soaped water poured down a yellow jacket hole (5 gals. or so) will encourage them to abandon the nest. I would assume the same for hornets.

Neither can fly at night, at least without light.

Last resort, Steve @ city parks has these large cans with a very aggressive spray and has never been stung. They don't like to fly towards noxious chemicals. Buy a can and apply.

I'm on rest today, unless nobody else will take them on.

Main thing is to determine if the nest is in play, or really at the margins. If it's at the margins, warning tape should do the trick. The other trick is to avoid touching or having anything touch or disturb the nest or vegetation around it. You can get up close, just not personal.

So that's what I know.



On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 6:27 PM, Bill Gaskill <billgaskill@...> wrote:
 
dangit!  well I guess I'm back to trying to get involved in a land war in Asia...
I'm excited to see the new placement!  I'm heading over there tomorrow.
adair is shaping up nicely as well.  aric b. came out today and helped me spread the rest of chip mountain onto the walkout between 6 & 7.  I did some more whacking (easy now) on hole 3 and walkout on 3/4. 
we discovered a big hornets nest to the deep right of the berm on 5 (well, the dude who got stung 3 or 4 times did, while aric and I watched, hardly giggling) Good call sticking with the long placement!  I'm going to get some flags out there at least.  anyone know a "bee guy or gal"?
Any other fine tuning that needs to be done at Willamette?
I'm getting pretty stoked for the weekend! 
billy
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> John Ross wrote...
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>
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> > you really mean and you'd be screwed.
>
> > Like me.
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Re: Soil for Willamette Hole 8

Bill Gaskill
 

basketball sized hornets nest on 5 neutralized!  also took care of wasp nest on path of 12.

aric and I moved the log pile on hole 6 back into the woods.

andy tovar, aric b., and I removed the downed tree on 14.

I'm going to head out to willy soon.  anyone wanna play a casual warmup round?

billy

On Sep 21, 2012 7:16 AM, "John W. Ross" <johnr414@...> wrote:
 

Was it a ground nest or up.

Hornets nest up, yellow jackets nest down. Either can be addressed after dark.

Lightly soaped water poured down a yellow jacket hole (5 gals. or so) will encourage them to abandon the nest. I would assume the same for hornets.

Neither can fly at night, at least without light.

Last resort, Steve @ city parks has these large cans with a very aggressive spray and has never been stung. They don't like to fly towards noxious chemicals. Buy a can and apply.

I'm on rest today, unless nobody else will take them on.

Main thing is to determine if the nest is in play, or really at the margins. If it's at the margins, warning tape should do the trick. The other trick is to avoid touching or having anything touch or disturb the nest or vegetation around it. You can get up close, just not personal.

So that's what I know.



On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 6:27 PM, Bill Gaskill <billgaskill@...> wrote:
 

dangit!  well I guess I'm back to trying to get involved in a land war in Asia...

I'm excited to see the new placement!  I'm heading over there tomorrow.

adair is shaping up nicely as well.  aric b. came out today and helped me spread the rest of chip mountain onto the walkout between 6 & 7.  I did some more whacking (easy now) on hole 3 and walkout on 3/4. 

we discovered a big hornets nest to the deep right of the berm on 5 (well, the dude who got stung 3 or 4 times did, while aric and I watched, hardly giggling) Good call sticking with the long placement!  I'm going to get some flags out there at least.  anyone know a "bee guy or gal"?

Any other fine tuning that needs to be done at Willamette?

I'm getting pretty stoked for the weekend! 

billy

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> John Ross wrote...
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>
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> > you really mean and you'd be screwed.
>
> > Like me.
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Re: Soil for Willamette Hole 8

John W. Ross <johnr414@...>
 

Was it a ground nest or up.

Hornets nest up, yellow jackets nest down. Either can be addressed after dark.

Lightly soaped water poured down a yellow jacket hole (5 gals. or so) will encourage them to abandon the nest. I would assume the same for hornets.

Neither can fly at night, at least without light.

Last resort, Steve @ city parks has these large cans with a very aggressive spray and has never been stung. They don't like to fly towards noxious chemicals. Buy a can and apply.

I'm on rest today, unless nobody else will take them on.

Main thing is to determine if the nest is in play, or really at the margins. If it's at the margins, warning tape should do the trick. The other trick is to avoid touching or having anything touch or disturb the nest or vegetation around it. You can get up close, just not personal.

So that's what I know.



On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 6:27 PM, Bill Gaskill <billgaskill@...> wrote:
 

dangit!  well I guess I'm back to trying to get involved in a land war in Asia...

I'm excited to see the new placement!  I'm heading over there tomorrow.

adair is shaping up nicely as well.  aric b. came out today and helped me spread the rest of chip mountain onto the walkout between 6 & 7.  I did some more whacking (easy now) on hole 3 and walkout on 3/4. 

we discovered a big hornets nest to the deep right of the berm on 5 (well, the dude who got stung 3 or 4 times did, while aric and I watched, hardly giggling) Good call sticking with the long placement!  I'm going to get some flags out there at least.  anyone know a "bee guy or gal"?

Any other fine tuning that needs to be done at Willamette?

I'm getting pretty stoked for the weekend! 

billy

On Sep 20, 2012 4:58 PM, "Everett Kaser" <everett@...> wrote:
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>
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> > you really mean and you'd be screwed.
>
> > Like me.
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Re: Soil for Willamette Hole 8

David <kmc31fly@...>
 

--- In wdgc@yahoogroups.com, Bill Gaskill <billgaskill@...> wrote:

adair is shaping up nicely as well. aric b. came out today and helped me
spread the rest of chip mountain onto the walkout between 6 & 7. I did
some more whacking (easy now) on hole 3 and walkout on 3/4.
Nice, the 3 to 4 walkout did need a trim. Great job on Cambodia Billy (and Shawn) it looks great. I picked up a new piece of motorized equipment today and want to give it a whirl on the grass between 14's 10 meter circle and 15's tee.

Any other fine tuning that needs to be done at Willamette?
Ditto that, I'll be looking for something to trim at Willamette tomorrow morning as I'll have the old and the new machines with me. That's the plan anyway...

David


Re: Soil for Willamette Hole 8

Bill Gaskill
 

dangit!  well I guess I'm back to trying to get involved in a land war in Asia...

I'm excited to see the new placement!  I'm heading over there tomorrow.

adair is shaping up nicely as well.  aric b. came out today and helped me spread the rest of chip mountain onto the walkout between 6 & 7.  I did some more whacking (easy now) on hole 3 and walkout on 3/4. 

we discovered a big hornets nest to the deep right of the berm on 5 (well, the dude who got stung 3 or 4 times did, while aric and I watched, hardly giggling) Good call sticking with the long placement!  I'm going to get some flags out there at least.  anyone know a "bee guy or gal"?

Any other fine tuning that needs to be done at Willamette?

I'm getting pretty stoked for the weekend! 

billy

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> > shape or forum.
>
> > It leaves you open to interpretation. People could make sh*t up about what
> > you really mean and you'd be screwed.
>
> > Like me.
>
> Vos es life, John, or (in the vernacular) vos es futui.
>
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Re: Soil for Willamette Hole 8

 

John Ross wrote...
But one of the things I've learned is never--ever--use Latin in any way,
shape or forum.
It leaves you open to interpretation. People could make sh*t up about what
you really mean and you'd be screwed.
Like me.
Vos es life, John, or (in the vernacular) vos es futui.

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Re: Soil for Willamette Hole 8

John W. Ross <johnr414@...>
 

Listen, Bill.

You're not from around here. And I haven't been here too long myself--maybe 8-9 years.

But one of the things I've learned is never--ever--use Latin in any way, shape or forum.

It leaves you open to interpretation. People could make sh*t up about what you really mean and you'd be screwed.

Like me.

JohnR

On Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 6:32 PM, Bill Gaskill <billgaskill@...> wrote:
 

whoa greg!  I'm sorry you've been stewing over that.

  I know that you've been involved from day one, much, much longer than a relative newcomer like me.  In terms of man hours and political clout, I'm sure you've got us all crushed.

  My point was not to put you down.  I hate politics.  I just saw old (sometimes cantankerous) JR getting stymied while trying to do some positive things out there.  Maybe he's misguided (or actually, unguided) Maybe he's a political liability (again, not my strong suit).  Whatever the case, he's out there, he's present. 

  I've been here four years now.  I regularly attend  club meetings.  I play a lot of casual golf, and do my share of work on the courses here and in albany.  I've never spoken with you.  We've never played a round together.  I'm sure you're busy.  Life gets that way. I'm sure you pull strings in the background that go unnoticed.  Props to you for those critical, behind the scenes manouvers. 

The bottom line is, we need active, present leadership.  I see John out at willamette three or more times a week. He's put in serious man hours in the last couple weeks.  He's present.  I know that's not all there is to being greenskeeper, but it seems a part of it.

I'm really sorry if what I said was offensive.  I really didn't mean to belittle you.  As legend has it, you're a key player, critical in hacking out Willamette, and reclaiming it from blackberry hell!

Strange world we live in.  I've managed to piss you off and we've never shaken hands or shared a beer!

Anyway, my mouth often gets ahead of my brain.  I apologize for that.  Your points are well spoken.

billy


On Sep 19, 2012 4:08 PM, "kineticbagel" <kineticbagel@...> wrote:
 

The de facto greens keeper? Please.
People have suggested that I post all the things I do at Willamette through the years. I am not a person who needs praise for the work I do. I don't crave your 'atta boys'. I'm not starving for attention.

How many trees/shrubs have been planted in the park in the last ten years? How many yards of chips moved (how did the relationship form between P&R and local tree trimmers to provide woodchips that P&R didn't have happen)? Since the club won't show up for work parties, how do these people magically appear (My last work party had 72 individuals)? Who was at the P&R Master Planning meetings?

I have been working with JR, and I will work with you if you ask.

Anyone and everyone are encouraged to spend time moving gravel/woodchips.
Next time I move a pile of chips, you won't hear about it.

Please.
G



Re: Adair & Takena Landing & WO XIV

 

Nathan wrote...
The new berm position will be used for the WO. I already put the nice
basket up there so the damaged one is in the original position and needs to
be hidden away. Thanks!
Okay, I'll take care of it.

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Re: Adair & Takena Landing & WO XIV

Nathan Sexton
 

The new berm position will be used for the WO. I already put the nice basket up there so the damaged one is in the original position and needs to be hidden away. Thanks!


On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 7:51 AM, Everett Kaser <everett@...> wrote:
Nathan wrote...
> I am not too picky about it but I just figured it would be nice to have the
> one roller hole in play out there. Also saves us a bit of weed whacking
> time. I was thinking of heading out there this afternoon to polish off the
> last of the chips on #11 and to move the log pile on #6 about 20 feet to
> the left. We also need to take down the second basket on #10 and store it
> in the woods somewhere or something.

Which basket position are you using on #10 for the WO?  I will almost
certainly be out there Friday morning, and I have a long bicycle cable
and a lock, so I could take the one you're not using and lock it to a
tree back in the woods.

Everett

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Re: Adair & Takena Landing & WO XIV

 

Nathan wrote...
I am not too picky about it but I just figured it would be nice to have the
one roller hole in play out there. Also saves us a bit of weed whacking
time. I was thinking of heading out there this afternoon to polish off the
last of the chips on #11 and to move the log pile on #6 about 20 feet to
the left. We also need to take down the second basket on #10 and store it
in the woods somewhere or something.
Which basket position are you using on #10 for the WO? I will almost
certainly be out there Friday morning, and I have a long bicycle cable
and a lock, so I could take the one you're not using and lock it to a
tree back in the woods.

Everett

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Re: Adair & Takena Landing & WO XIV

Nathan Sexton
 

I am not too picky about it but I just figured it would be nice to have the one roller hole in play out there. Also saves us a bit of weed whacking time. I was thinking of heading out there this afternoon to polish off the last of the chips on #11 and to move the log pile on #6 about 20 feet to the left. We also need to take down the second basket on #10 and store it in the woods somewhere or something.
  Nate


On Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 11:49 PM, Greg Johnson <discgolfgreg@...> wrote:
 

I like the berm much better but Nate already has most of the baskets where he wants them.
 
Thanks David for the description of Takena.
 
Gonna be nice weather and full courses this weekend! WO XIV!  Trophies are done.- look great.

--- On Wed, 9/19/12, Bill Gaskill <billgaskill@...> wrote:

From: Bill Gaskill <billgaskill@...>
Subject: Re: [wdgc] Re: Adair & Takena Landing
To: wdgc@...
Date: Wednesday, September 19, 2012, 11:29 PM

 
I'm thinking we should hit the berm on 5 and put the basket up there for the tourney.  what do you all think? 
On Sep 19, 2012 10:43 PM, "David" <kmc31fly@...> wrote:
 
Man Adair is looking great, so did Storrs get a tractor out there to mow Cambodia or what? Seriously nice job, I played a round instead as there wasn't really anything I could find to knock down.

Takena Landing will be 9 holes maybe 10 and will play from the parking lot back toward the entrance along the Willamette river and then back to the parking lot along both sides of the entrance road closer to highway 20 but not that close to highway 20. I think it has great potential and the holes will be shorter on average than those at Bryant. How much shorter remains to be seen.

David



Re: Adair & Takena Landing

Nathan Sexton
 

Cambodia was taken care of by Billy G. and Shawn B. Thanks guys!


On Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 10:43 PM, David <kmc31fly@...> wrote:
 

Man Adair is looking great, so did Storrs get a tractor out there to mow Cambodia or what? Seriously nice job, I played a round instead as there wasn't really anything I could find to knock down.

Takena Landing will be 9 holes maybe 10 and will play from the parking lot back toward the entrance along the Willamette river and then back to the parking lot along both sides of the entrance road closer to highway 20 but not that close to highway 20. I think it has great potential and the holes will be shorter on average than those at Bryant. How much shorter remains to be seen.

David



Re: Adair & Takena Landing & WO XIV

Bill Gaskill
 

We were debating that position last time out there.  What do you think, Nate?  I'm cool with it in the long too.  I don't know if speed of play improves much in the short.  The berm is pretty cool when it's cleaned up though.

On Sep 19, 2012 11:49 PM, "Greg Johnson" <discgolfgreg@...> wrote:
 

I like the berm much better but Nate already has most of the baskets where he wants them.
 
Thanks David for the description of Takena.
 
Gonna be nice weather and full courses this weekend! WO XIV!  Trophies are done.- look great.

--- On Wed, 9/19/12, Bill Gaskill <billgaskill@...> wrote:

From: Bill Gaskill <billgaskill@...>
Subject: Re: [wdgc] Re: Adair & Takena Landing
To: wdgc@...
Date: Wednesday, September 19, 2012, 11:29 PM

 
I'm thinking we should hit the berm on 5 and put the basket up there for the tourney.  what do you all think? 
On Sep 19, 2012 10:43 PM, "David" <kmc31fly@...> wrote:
 
Man Adair is looking great, so did Storrs get a tractor out there to mow Cambodia or what? Seriously nice job, I played a round instead as there wasn't really anything I could find to knock down.

Takena Landing will be 9 holes maybe 10 and will play from the parking lot back toward the entrance along the Willamette river and then back to the parking lot along both sides of the entrance road closer to highway 20 but not that close to highway 20. I think it has great potential and the holes will be shorter on average than those at Bryant. How much shorter remains to be seen.

David


Re: Adair & Takena Landing & WO XIV

Greg Johnson
 

I like the berm much better but Nate already has most of the baskets where he wants them.
 
Thanks David for the description of Takena.
 
Gonna be nice weather and full courses this weekend! WO XIV!  Trophies are done.- look great.


--- On Wed, 9/19/12, Bill Gaskill <billgaskill@...> wrote:

From: Bill Gaskill
Subject: Re: [wdgc] Re: Adair & Takena Landing
To: wdgc@...
Date: Wednesday, September 19, 2012, 11:29 PM

 
I'm thinking we should hit the berm on 5 and put the basket up there for the tourney.  what do you all think? 
On Sep 19, 2012 10:43 PM, "David" <kmc31fly@...> wrote:
 
Man Adair is looking great, so did Storrs get a tractor out there to mow Cambodia or what? Seriously nice job, I played a round instead as there wasn't really anything I could find to knock down.

Takena Landing will be 9 holes maybe 10 and will play from the parking lot back toward the entrance along the Willamette river and then back to the parking lot along both sides of the entrance road closer to highway 20 but not that close to highway 20. I think it has great potential and the holes will be shorter on average than those at Bryant. How much shorter remains to be seen.

David


Re: Adair & Takena Landing

Bill Gaskill
 

I'm thinking we should hit the berm on 5 and put the basket up there for the tourney.  what do you all think? 

On Sep 19, 2012 10:43 PM, "David" <kmc31fly@...> wrote:
 

Man Adair is looking great, so did Storrs get a tractor out there to mow Cambodia or what? Seriously nice job, I played a round instead as there wasn't really anything I could find to knock down.

Takena Landing will be 9 holes maybe 10 and will play from the parking lot back toward the entrance along the Willamette river and then back to the parking lot along both sides of the entrance road closer to highway 20 but not that close to highway 20. I think it has great potential and the holes will be shorter on average than those at Bryant. How much shorter remains to be seen.

David


Re: Adair & Takena Landing

David <kmc31fly@...>
 

Man Adair is looking great, so did Storrs get a tractor out there to mow Cambodia or what? Seriously nice job, I played a round instead as there wasn't really anything I could find to knock down.

Takena Landing will be 9 holes maybe 10 and will play from the parking lot back toward the entrance along the Willamette river and then back to the parking lot along both sides of the entrance road closer to highway 20 but not that close to highway 20. I think it has great potential and the holes will be shorter on average than those at Bryant. How much shorter remains to be seen.

David

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