Sunday is calling for more rain so Saturday is our focus for getting it all done.
We can work on holes 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 18, 17, 16, and 15 without too much trouble.
The other holes will be wait and see, however, stumps and trash can be addressed on nearly all the holes.
Dave and I walked the woods at Unger this afternoon and also went to the back of the course along the road for additional holes later.
Holes 4, 5, 6, 7, 11, 12, 13, and 14 are unplayable and holes 15 and 16 are unreachable when the water is high over the spillway.
We(he) has come up with a 9 hole temp course that can be played while the park is flooded: holes 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, new 11, 17 (tee from short side of washout), 18 (tee from path).
We(he) will make up a scorecard for the temp (while flooded) 9 hole course.
I will get in touch with Rick and submit a proposal for additional holes in the woods using an aerial map. The Park hierarchy may squash the proposal since they were cold to the idea when the course went in.
The pavilion is in desperate need of scraping and painting. This might be a good project for us to include boy scouts or other civic organization.
The mailbox needs to be installed and signage to pick up trash posted at the pavilion and new tee posts.
Rick said the Parks Dept has no trash cans but said we could supply them for the course.
He said if we empty the trash and bring it to the parking lot, he will pick it up.
If we collect the debris and bring it to a path or road, he will either mulch it or pick it up.
He can also help us with signage.