The first half of the day was spent making money (50$) by helping mix and pour 34 -80lb bags of concrete for Kevin's dads garage. I decided to help with that rather than play to make the extra cash. It was fun and worthwhile.
Then me and Kevin went to Bishop. Played 2 rounds, second from shorts, me winning both.
Bishop, GA- Herman C. Micheal:Well done for the park it's in and for the purpose it's there to serve, beginners and short technical shots. Has dual tees, blue and red, dirt. Red are XTREMELY short, with one at 69' and the longest about 200', blue is very short. Begins open with some hills, moves into old woods (no rough at all) for lots of technical shots with variety. One minor pond. Finishes with a few open holes. Very well marked- all with signs, many color coded arrows after each hole ensure you walk right to the next tee, and it flows well *(but for #18, which you must walk up the fairway and play away from car, I think #16 should throw out to the right, a NEW #17 should come back to now #16's basket, and then now's #17 would become the future #18- would solve the only layout problem here). Fun, easy for a beginner to play along with an Am, but a Pro may be somewhat bored. Easy to play, clean. Fills a much needed void in the area.
Tomorrow: Winder, Athens, Elberton GA. Rest of week: IDGC.