Saw your name...I know a different Tim the Enchanter...Nice pics - look like some awesome courses up there. Havent had the chance to get up there to play yet. ...Good music too...Beware that most vicious animal, with sharp pointy teeth
You have some great ideas, have you shared these with Ray or Eric E.? We r thinking of a Series of our own in the near future, we have 18 perm., n 18 ports. The Columbia n Snake Rivers have some GREAT Parks 4 possible week end gigs, NO WAY would they let us put anything in perm because of BOAT LAUNCHES. We r planning 2 "B-Tiers", here next year, the Windy in April n Nuclear in July. Marty
All good, BUT B TIERS should set the bar higher,it's great for people who live in western Wa., NOT so great for us in Eastern Wa. Make ALL 1 dayers C tiers at best. Just seems like all directors should fallow same floor mat for the Series. Again, good job, not wanting to start ANY TROUBLES. Thanks 4 your reply, Marty
I was wondering how a 1 day event would "fly", sounds like every one had a good time. I just can't travel that far for a one day event. Brian (my son) told me the new holes were cool (2-4). I believe ALL Series events SHOULD fallow the same floor mat, NO exceptions. Something to think about. Marty
It was tough, a couple times like #2-4 I didn't look at the map first because it looked more obvious that a basket had been stolen, the area next to #4's tee looked like where #2's basket would go, and #4 said #3 on the basket. Didnt find 8 because I figured it was up ahead, not right by #7, backtracking. I think I saw it on way out to car.
I know it's tough there, due to swamp in the center. a sturdy sign or spray arrow between 9-10, 10-11 and 14-15 would go a long way though, cutting confusion by half and would be easy to do. changing the course directory to tell people to park along road by #1 would be good too, i will probably get around to that tonight.