I got to play the first round at Horsetown with JD this weekend. He schooled us on how to consistently make 30+ foot putts, with a crazy wind. The second round he showed everyone how to get an Ace on his second to last hole. Yeah, he is little, but he played BIG. We will try to get him on this site.
We're thinking about adding the course at Weed to the "State of Jefferson Flipout League".
Any input would be welcome.
thanks in advance
is Jim "the puttin fool " Cooper still around?
What is the "State of Jefferson Flipout League"? I am somewhat familiar with the "State of Jefferson". Isnt that a part of far Northern California and Southern Oregon that was going to become its own state until a war broke out and then it was forgotten?
Anyway, the course is a very good one for difficulty. It's also a very beautiful course in the woods for those of us from the flatlands like Redding, CA! I know it's no Whistlers Bend, but it is very fun and challenging in it's own right.
If you do decide to include it in your league, you should take into account the fact that it is on school grounds. I know this could pose problems for some golfers, i.e. glass bottles, and smoking as well as planning your event around school events.
I dont mean to discourage you, as I think the course itself is worthy of inclusion, I just thought I would state the downside as well. Good luck, and DO let us know more about the State of Jefferson, and the Flipout League.
p.s. We just call Jim Cooper "Frisbee Jim" and he's still around telling us "youngsters" about the early days of the sport we all love!