Lucchesi Park has been re-designed

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Lucchesi Park has been re-designed

Postby Jesse B 707 » Mon Feb 09, 2009 10:05 pm

I think for the most part its a big improvement over the old layout and we are currently in the process of doing another set of tees to make 18 holes with our 9 baskets, not the best course around but worth stopping by if you are in town (Petaluma CA)
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Re: Lucchesi Park has been re-designed

Postby Triplebogey » Tue Feb 10, 2009 12:11 am

Is that water hazard part of the canal that goes to the North Bay??
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Re: Lucchesi Park has been re-designed

Postby Triplebogey » Tue Feb 10, 2009 10:28 am

nevermind, I looked at google earth and found it. I was under the impression that it was on the west side of 101.
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Re: Lucchesi Park has been re-designed

Postby JHern » Tue Feb 10, 2009 10:59 pm

I'll have to make it out there some time.
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Re: Lucchesi Park has been re-designed

Postby JHern » Wed Feb 11, 2009 12:35 am

Oh yeah, have to check out the Spring Hill Cheese place as well...got some a few times in Sonoma, and it is made in Petaluma. Killer stuff.
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Re: Lucchesi Park has been re-designed

Postby Triplebogey » Wed Feb 11, 2009 5:36 pm

JHern wrote:Oh yeah, have to check out the Spring Hill Cheese place as well...got some a few times in Sonoma, and it is made in Petaluma. Killer stuff.



My brother used to live down the street from there. It smells like crap, but tastes great!!
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Re: Lucchesi Park has been re-designed

Postby JHern » Wed Feb 11, 2009 6:04 pm

Triplebogey wrote:
JHern wrote:Oh yeah, have to check out the Spring Hill Cheese place as well...got some a few times in Sonoma, and it is made in Petaluma. Killer stuff.


My brother used to live down the street from there. It smells like crap, but tastes great!!


I'm suspicious when cheese doesn't smell.

A French friend of mine once opened a French cheese at a party and it smelled so strongly that everyone ran out of the room. As he began to breathe again he exclaimed "whoa! that's good cheese man!"

I later lived in France and saw some of the extraordinarily crazy cheeses over there...some looked like they had been buried and decaying for over 100 years, with the nastiest looking mold you could ever imagine. Slice it open, and this gooey stuff runs out which you swab up with a piece of bread and eat, and it is incredibly tasty.
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Re: Lucchesi Park has been re-designed

Postby Jesse B 707 » Thu Feb 26, 2009 12:16 pm

JHern wrote:Oh yeah, have to check out the Spring Hill Cheese place as well...got some a few times in Sonoma, and it is made in Petaluma. Killer stuff.

yeah that cheese is BOMB! they stock it at just about every fruffi store around here (whole foods,olivers.etc)
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Re: Lucchesi Park has been re-designed

Postby Billym » Tue Apr 07, 2009 11:07 am

How far is the carry on #9?
Are the OB's to make it harder or to protect other park users?
Thanks for the info. I need to get up there sooner or later.
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Re: Lucchesi Park has been re-designed

Postby Jesse B 707 » Wed Apr 08, 2009 10:05 am

Billym wrote:How far is the carry on #9?
Are the OB's to make it harder or to protect other park users?
Thanks for the info. I need to get up there sooner or later.

id say its just at or a little over 300, the OBs are for both
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Re: Lucchesi Park has been re-designed

Postby Billym » Wed Apr 08, 2009 10:37 am

Jesse B 707 wrote:
Billym wrote:How far is the carry on #9?
Are the OB's to make it harder or to protect other park users?
Thanks for the info. I need to get up there sooner or later.

id say its just at or a little over 300, the OBs are for both

300 feet is a nice commitment. how deep is the water? Can you fetch out your short drives?
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Re: Lucchesi Park has been re-designed

Postby Jesse B 707 » Wed Apr 08, 2009 10:51 am

Billym wrote:
Jesse B 707 wrote:
Billym wrote:How far is the carry on #9?
Are the OB's to make it harder or to protect other park users?
Thanks for the info. I need to get up there sooner or later.

id say its just at or a little over 300, the OBs are for both

300 feet is a nice commitment. how deep is the water? Can you fetch out your short drives?

bout 2 to 3 feet, you can hop in there to get em if you want but i wont go without waders (the water/mud is pretty gross). if you choose to puss out you can shoot for 2 from the marked drop zone so even noodle arms do have a chance for par
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