While the first priority this summer will be to install cement pads (6' X 12' x 3") on all the long tees, if time/energy/$ also permits, the next project will be to add 6 new holes.
Before the leaves block all views through the woods, see what cool holes you might be able to find out there...In general, I'd like to add three between 6 and 7....and three between 11 and 12.
After 6 you'd walk north and then play hole A downhill toward WPT (white pine trail). Hole B could play parallel to WPT or back up the hill, and the basket for C should leave a reasonable walk to 7's pad.
After 11 you'd walk north and then play hole D pack toward WPT (there's a very cool place for a basket on the side of the ridge running away set between 3 Beech trees). Hole E would play from north along the ridge parallel to WPT connecting the two highest points of elevation. Then, hole F would play back to the tree line short of the power lines. (Lots of awesome Oaks there to frame the basket. The walk to the long tee to 12 would be about the same as the one from 11's basket to 12's long tee.
Scope it out when you get a chance. The property I want to use for holes A, B, C, and E can be pretty easily viewed from WPT.