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On Saturday I drove to the Ann Arbor airport and rented a tiny plane and pilot and took some aerial shots of the park. That finally gives me an overarching perspective of what the terrain looks like right now, not several years ago.

Here is the latest. Interpreted on the ground as things get cleared, it is less clear as to what is a right-hand or a left-hand hole. But this is what I am turning in to the city next week. What were Holes 9-11 are going to be somewhat similar but, from the long tees, longer and more difficult..

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Comment by Brian Cole on September 11, 2008 at 12:09pm
I strolled over to brown park (yeah i know it has a new name) on Monday to look over the layout. I think that water will *really* come into play on the first four holes, especially in the spring. I realize that there might not be any other way to play in this area, but I foresee a lot of sunken discs. Time to buy some waders!

I didn't get a chance to check out the woods holes yet, as it is quite overgrown to walk through and I ran out of time at lunch. Hopefully I can get back there sometime next week.
Comment by Peter Kunoff on September 1, 2008 at 7:05am
thanks terry....parked in the lot yesterday and looked around....what a change!! appreciate all the updates

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