I would (respectfully) disagree. The question of par comes up a lot on the course. I think a lot of people believe every hole has to be birdie-able, which I disagree with. Some holes are near impossible to birdie, so realistically, you're just shooting for a par. That said, you're competing with other golfers so par is relative to your competition. In relation to course/round ratings we need to establish a constant to judge on. In my opinion, 60 is a fair par for standard setup at Bridgeton. Make no mistake, this is a difficult course to shoot well at. But that doesn't mean we should inflate par to make the AM's feel better about their round.
5:4 -> C placement is probably a 5
Stubborn Puppet wrote:Well, right back at you... I copied and pasted those distances and pars directly from your post here: http://stlouisdiscgolfclub.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=92&t=1858 which claims that they are the official pars and distances... so there :P
Nevertheless, your new set does sound more realistic.
schimmy wrote:i do not agree with the mentality that some holes should be near impossible to birdie. if a hole is near impossible to birdie then the par is incorrect. if the hole is very easy to birdie then the hole is probably a poorly designed hole.
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