Thoughts after playing Unger!!

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Re: Thoughts after playing Unger!!

Postby rg520bike on Fri Feb 20, 2009 11:07 am

Cool course! I kept remembering the movie "tin-cup" where he kept hitting golf balls into lake in professional tournamant. :D might get a lawn chair and just watch sunday.
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Re: Thoughts after playing Unger!!

Postby raymandisc on Fri Feb 27, 2009 5:09 pm

Ok, I've played 18 at the ice bowl and lost 1 disc. Just today with unknown plastic in the back of my car I lost two on hole 11. Only played the back nine. So, after 27 holes I've lost 3 discs. I think the course is winning. I'm really looking forward to playing this course when it's not 20 mile an hour winds and cold and wet.
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Re: Thoughts after playing Unger!!

Postby rfdiscer32 on Sat Feb 28, 2009 4:03 pm

One of the finest courses I have had the privilege to play. Just great for the area and the game.
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Re: Thoughts after playing Unger!!

Postby REDARMY on Sun Mar 22, 2009 5:26 pm

good lord!

myself and eric (emoney) played unger on the way back from the kircher laker league game, and this is hands down the toughest course in st. louis.

some of you have already mentioned that i'm sure, but christ almighty! the short shots needed laser accurate tunnels, and the long ones needed looooooong distance.

for any who want to see this course in the St.L. Open or another big tournament, I whole-heartedly agree!

what a bitch!!!!
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Re: Thoughts after playing Unger!!

Postby rondisc on Sun Mar 22, 2009 6:44 pm

Welcome to Unger, REDARMY/Mike.

Peace,

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Re: Thoughts after playing Unger!!

Postby emoney on Sun Mar 22, 2009 7:59 pm

Well, well, well!! This coarse is a beautiful thing! well that is for the nature i mean. it's a mean one if things aren't going well for your shot that day. i had fun and got a war wound from the damn stubbles sticking up EVERYWHERE!!! Not bad for my first time. I shot 8 over. think it will be better next time now that i see some more routes. Oh yeah, and i only lost one disc(orangish tan Assassin) has emoney and 36115 on it on 7 i think
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Re: Thoughts after playing Unger!!

Postby rondisc on Sun Mar 22, 2009 8:45 pm

emoney,
No, hole 5, no more water till hole 11.

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Re: Thoughts after playing Unger!!

Postby REDARMY on Sun Mar 22, 2009 9:43 pm

rondisc wrote:emoney,
No, hole 5, no more water till hole 11.

Peace

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ron is correct, it was 5, not 7. :D
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Re: Thoughts after playing Unger!!

Postby Milos3 on Wed Apr 01, 2009 4:31 pm

Loved It! Beautiful! Just Beautiful Course! I hate water, BTW. One thought, I ran into a couple of guys fishing along the lake, which is fairway. Maybe summer this will become an issue?
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Re: Thoughts after playing Unger!!

Postby raymandisc on Wed Apr 01, 2009 10:01 pm

What is the best score you've had on this bad boy? I heard some scores in the 50's. Best I've done is 63. :mrgreen: I like the idea of moving some of the baskets away from water given it appears when the river rises so does the lake. I just left the park and 11 and the water was 6 inches from the pin and hole 12 was clearly surrounded by water just recently. If we're going to put this course on the tournament map and use it for the St. Louis Open we may need to adjust the course so we can play it even if the water is up. I think we can move some pins and be OK. Any thoughts...
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