I played the Halloween Howler doubles with Eddie, because the temp. course was not yet set-up and I felt like throwing some more. We didn't win, but shot fairly well. I couldn't drive, but I actually putt well with my new style.
Tomorrow I'll be in Pensacola and Milton, FL.
ANYONE WHO KNOWS HOW TO GET ON THE BLUE ANGEL COURSES IN PENSACOLA PLEASE CONTACT ME OR I WILL MISS OUT!
Mobile (Fairhope), AL- Fairhope Municipal:Had 6 cement tees and no tee signs, but says dirt tees and has signs. Begins fairly open through some pines in a grassy corner of a park, then dives into thick jungle woods for some very tight tunnels, all short. Finishes again somewhat open with one basket by a small hill and one long, tight hole. Park is sort of under construction, had to throw over a bulldozer and they were stringing up rope all over, it might be closed right now. Could not find #16 or #17's tee, or hole #18 at all.
Mobile, AL- Cottage Hill:A brand new player saw my car and asked if I'd join him, give him advice, so I did. He's only been playing a few weeks and is hooked, really wants to beat his friends. So I showed him the basics, all types of shots, how to throw it and how to strategize certain situations. He picked up on a few things and was able to shoot his best yet, and throw rollers and tomahawks now. The course is similar to Chickasabouge, with more rough off fairway. Short and tight, some poke and pray and hopeless holes you can only dream of getting a clean shot through on. Navigable and with cement tees. No open/nothing long.
Played Chickasabouge for a second time.