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So, I went to play Pieradise in Peru, Indiana. for the first time today, because I wanted to get a feel for the terrian before I went for Ace Race.

The course was on its short layout today. So that means that the holes were mostly 170-300 feet, So I had a mix a driving too far and too short of the basket. Had 2 shots were I could have aced.
Somewhere along the way, I threw my destroyer and didn't pick It up, I looked all over for it but I couldn't find it, hopefully someone calls me :(...haha.

The course is basically in the middle of nowhere. Its a guys private property that he turned into a course, costs 3 dollars to play, but there was no-one to take our money, so we had to put it in a jar and instead of paying 6 we had to play 10 because thats all I had. There was supposed to be a pro shop but it apparently wasn't open. 7/10,because of no water holes(I kind of enjoy them), and because the shop wasn't open. But it was like a 27 hole course I think. had 1-18 and along the way there were holes a,b,c,d,etc.

Fair course, its worth playing for me, but more experienced player wouldn't like it unless it was on the longer setting. Some wooded,some open holes, concrete pads on most.

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Comment by Kyle Jacob Smalling on August 11, 2008 at 11:19pm
I didn't mean it like too much hills, I meant it is ALSO hilly
Comment by Kyle Jacob Smalling on August 11, 2008 at 6:56pm
Mississenewa is too hilly, but not as hilly as the other 2.

the courses in kokomo aren't hilly at all
Comment by Nick on August 11, 2008 at 4:37pm
Honeybear and Maconaquah are hilly but Mississenewa isn't.
Comment by Kyle Jacob Smalling on August 11, 2008 at 4:29pm
I know mark, i just wanted to get a feel for the course terrain, because the other 3 courses in peru are very,very hilly, but pieradise wasn't, so thats good.

And Ben hates short courses, he says they aren't worth playing.

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