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This is the latest (not quite right, but the closest yet) map of the course at Mary Beth Doyle Park and Wetland Preserve. The city is going to plant a lot of trees there, in a way that helps retain some of the old Brown Park's heritage

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Thanks terry! Nice to see what was and what is.
Yep. I think that the total distance on the new version is 4090, which means that overall it is now 400-feet shorter.
What is the official par for the new Mary Beth Doyle course?
GLOW tonight @ 6:30. It's NOT going to rain, or snow, tonight.
We're still working on that.
A few members of the old Brown Park gang are now regular players at the MBD course. I shot a round yesterday with "Brown Park" Bob Jelic, "Smiling" Bob McAleer, "Dazzle" Daniels and Brian "Ol' Stoop" Tuovela. Felt like old times out there.

Anyone interested in participating in an "unofficial" Ace Race at MBD on Sunday morning? I have to work on BOTH of the days after Thanksgiving this year, so I'll miss both of the scheduled local Ace Races on Friday and Saturday.
So tempting but my wife would kill me if I played 3 days in a row. Are you planning on doing this again? If so it sounds like it would be the perfict course for an ace race.

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