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Irving Park DGC

Installed summer of 2009. Short, beginner-friendly course with mix of open and wooded, flat and hills. Some minimal water hazard. Well maintained, popular. Disc-king baskets. Has tee signs.

Location: Battle Creek, MI
Members: 19
Latest Activity: Mar 14, 2011

Discussion Forum

Name for the club? 3 Replies

It was suggested by Mr. Ellis after the putting clinic that our club needed a name. Since we do not officially have a club, should we start one? If so what would be our name, mascot?If there is…Continue

Started by John Sturtevant. Last reply by Chad Curtis Sep 13, 2010.

Your course records. 6 Replies

Just shot a 48 yesterday first time out with my new Fade bag. Using a run up has been a great help. I finally birdied hole 6, I almost parked a drive with a pro Katana. Nice 10ft putt.I have now…Continue

Started by John Sturtevant. Last reply by Ken Long Jul 27, 2010.

Tall Tom's Tee Sign Moving Day 4 Replies

Hey all you Irving Park DG regulars, On Sunday May 23rd at 11:00 am we will be moving the tee signs on course away from the front of the teepads so no one will hit their arms on the posts.  If you'd…Continue

Tags: signs, tee, Park, Irving

Started by Tom Westphal. Last reply by Tom Westphal May 16, 2010.

Ace? 3 Replies

If you aced at irving Post it up.

Started by Steve. Last reply by Steve Nov 17, 2009.

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Comment by Ken Long on April 15, 2010 at 8:58am
So far...I am in for the league, but other things are keeping me away from "opening day" and the next two outings.
Bowling Green was a ton of fun. Great courses down there. The nice weather didn't hurt either.
Was Bird in attendance for the league opener?
Comment by Ken Long on April 3, 2010 at 10:51pm
Went to Irving Park today and was pleasantly surprised that the new fly pads were installed along with trash pick-up. Kudo's to the Moustache society for all the good work. Oh... BTW... I liked what was done to hole #8's tee area and the movement of some of the tee pads back farther. Nice move, although now... I have to change my game plan.
Comment by Marites Eldred on March 25, 2010 at 12:05am
Yeah, after a couple of months off I shocked myself. If you want to celebrate with some ale I'll be at Arcadia this Friday. I'm turning 30! :O
Comment by Ken Long on March 19, 2010 at 8:29pm
Ya... #16 is a tough par. Ya gotta hit the lie off of your drive and the the up hill approach shot (from the bottom of the stairs) is not easy either.
All of your throws must have been on the money. Especially your putt.
Comment by John Sturtevant on March 18, 2010 at 7:00pm
Good Job. A Par on 16 is a good hole. Now work on that birdie for it. I still am.
Comment by Tom Westphal on March 18, 2010 at 8:51am
Congrats, Marites. 16 is a tough hole to par, so you should be very proud of that.
Comment by Marites Eldred on March 18, 2010 at 3:09am
I got my first par on hole #16 after falling into the pond the other day! That hole is intimidating to me, so I consider this quite an accomplishment.
Comment by Ken Long on March 6, 2010 at 9:51am
Which course will the Cluster be played on?
Comment by Ken Long on March 3, 2010 at 4:09pm
No problem here. Just wondering if he was going to be "The Dude" again this season.
Comment by Ken Long on March 3, 2010 at 12:38pm
Sounds like the Irving Park league is picking up speed.
Who is going to be the league director?

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