Drop Zone on 18

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Re: Drop Zone on 18

Postby STARFIRE on Wed Jun 03, 2009 4:56 pm

There should be more than one drop zone on that course...Why doesn't 16 have one or 17...there are several holes where OB comes into play and I see no reason to have a drop zone on 18 but not on 16 or any of the other holes. It seems out of place, to have only one drop zone with all that OB just sounds funny...
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Re: Drop Zone on 18

Postby emoney on Fri Jul 03, 2009 5:27 pm

I also agree about 16 having a drop zone if there are going to be any on the coarse.
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Re: Drop Zone on 18

Postby scorekeeper on Fri Jul 03, 2009 11:04 pm

Again , 18 is a BLIND SHOT from the tee ,on 16 and 17 you should have a good idea of where your disc has landed . IF you watch your disc after you throw it, that is . Maybe we should have to retee if our disc goes into the O B grass. would that help ? I don't think so
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Re: Drop Zone on 18

Postby emoney on Sat Jul 04, 2009 10:43 am

Either way you are going to have to still find or look for your disc. So find it and go to estimated spot of OB entry. Its just like any other hole with OB. So if you go OB before the drop(griplocked or something) point you get to go all the way down there to re tee? Also you can only see so far on 17 on right. No drop there. To be honest with ya francis. The only time i play Sioux Pass. is in tourney's. The coarse is hard for me. It kills me everytime scorewise. I loose 12 strokes playing in tourneys when i go there. :(
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