STARFIRE wrote:The course at Arnold Park is almost completely flat so I want to incorporate at least one elevated basket.
Any ideas on artificial elevation?
I seen a basket one time that was built up on railroad ties, you had to take two or three steps up to get your disc out.
I just need to know how to construct something like this...
Isn't the circumference of a 10 M putting circle over 200' around? I mean, 10 M is just short of 33', so the circle will have a diameter of around 65'. 65' X pi is 204'. At those numbers you would need over 1,800 bricks to do 9 putting circles. It would be somewhat less since the brick would take up 2" so you might be able to get away with 170ish bricks/circle. Thats still what, 1,530 bricks for 9 holes?STARFIRE wrote:I was thinking...first paint the circle, then dig holes about one foot apart completely around the circle, deep enough to hold bricks. Paint the bricks for visibility and embed them in the ground low enough so you won't trip over them. The outer edge of the brick would be ten meters all the way around.
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