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Just in time..it's storming like hell out there now. I played with a local, Jim, who had a hand in installation and maintenance. Thanks to Jim, many recently otherwise unplayable holes are now playable.

Tucson, AZ- Santa Cruz RiverNot too well marked, but some #'s and maps available online. Soon to be a map at the course Jim said he's making them for the courses around town. Dual cement tees per hole, 18 baskets. Some tees are Octagonal. Mach-1's are very old. Plays along a river/wash basin, lots of rocky fairways, sand, a little grass and shrubs, and short, low branch trees. Many many shots under a low ceiling with barely or not at all an option to cleanly throw over and around instead. Can be wet/flowing water during a rainstorm. Small water hazard often seasonally. Mix of short medium and long holes, with a variety of tricky tough shots. Very unconventional fairways.

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Comment by Kyle Jacob Smalling on August 29, 2008 at 5:17pm
sounds kinda fun

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