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Last year we started fixing pin positions that had gotten too low over time. We also decided to add some more positions and some of those positions can be used for 2 or more holes. We probably put in a dozen new positions last year. Have you done anything like this at your course? I feel that this has drastically improved our course since now you wont play the same course twice. Every week you will see something different. And the shared positions give so many options. Also you can put out some super long holes for league if you want. Or make everything super short. Someone won league at 16 under in doubles when it was set up all short.

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The best reason for pin positions is to prevent erosion and course wear. A course like Cass Benton could still be playable if the baskets had been moved a bit so that there wasn't now a 100+ ft circle of mud around each basket, and the fairways to them completely devoid of most living trees and branches. We put the pins in locking collars at Lakeshore so they can be moved someday to re-grow the Greens.

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