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The baskets for the fourth course at Lemon Lake are in and now we are waiting on the weather to get 'r done. Lemon Lake is located in Northwest Indiana a few drives away from Chicago. The first 3 courses are amazing for their variety and playability. Concrete or FlyPads on all the holes. Discatchers, benches, and all the amenities.

Anyone play there? Tell us what you think!!!

Video and pics of Lemon Lake can be viewed at

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Hey Ben....for some odd reason I've never gotten poison ivy....maybe that's why I am the designated poison ivy eradicater...z

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I was out there about 2 months ago.

Channel Z said:
Hey Parker...been out there lately?
z

ParkerJ152 said:
Nice,

Hopefully something is done with the rough, the rough is all thorn bushes. If you can't keep it in the fairway, prepare to bleed.
Hopefully one of the courses is very short and easy. That way the Pro Grandmasters can play it every single round of Worlds. The PDGA seems to believe the GMs cannot handle a tough course, seeing as we are so close to death anyway. It would be ideal if that one short easy course was all righty hyzer tunnels since the GMs should not be forced to throw any lefty holes. Barring that, poke-and-hope on short holes would be acceptable, too. We had training for this challenge at '08 Worlds- so we should be prepared for it.

If none of the courses fit the proper requirements then the GM division should be given a series of medium to short range putts-no drives or upshots need be thrown. GM's only have so many steps left in their sad lives. No reason to waste them walking fairways. Rocking chairs should be provided between putts.

Of course, these same guidelines need to be adopted for Kansas City Worlds in '09. Please do not expect GM's to act like athletes.
Having shot several rounds with you this year Mark....I gotta say BRING IT!!

We shooting more rounds together in KC?

z

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mark ellis said:
Hopefully one of the courses is very short and easy. That way the Pro Grandmasters can play it every single round of Worlds. The PDGA seems to believe the GMs cannot handle a tough course, seeing as we are so close to death anyway. It would be ideal if that one short easy course was all righty hyzer tunnels since the GMs should not be forced to throw any lefty holes. Barring that, poke-and-hope on short holes would be acceptable, too. We had training for this challenge at '08 Worlds- so we should be prepared for it.

If none of the courses fit the proper requirements then the GM division should be given a series of medium to short range putts-no drives or upshots need be thrown. GM's only have so many steps left in their sad lives. No reason to waste them walking fairways. Rocking chairs should be provided between putts.

Of course, these same guidelines need to be adopted for Kansas City Worlds in '09. Please do not expect GM's to act like athletes.
and BTB..the 4th course will be 'beginner (GM) friendly' with alternate long tees...

z

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