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Re: Wisconsin

Postby wdb4th » Fri Apr 02, 2010 8:56 am

Wow! That sat for a long time without you noticing. I am thinking this afternoon at 4:30 if you are up for it.
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Re: Wisconsin

Postby ziggy » Sat Apr 03, 2010 2:59 pm

wdb4th wrote:Wow! That sat for a long time without you noticing. I am thinking this afternoon at 4:30 if you are up for it.

Quicker to email me at wireleskent@g...

I dont check forums as often as I should. Some days i'm quicker, some days dont even sniff a certain category :)

I got out this morning and threw at WSD and now spending the afternoon with the wife.

Puttering around the apt doing some odds n ends, gettin ready to grill, Selling some discs to raise funds for Minn Majestic and introducing wifey to LOTR marathon.
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Re: Wisconsin

Postby Redisculous » Sat Apr 03, 2010 3:36 pm

So... is there a back nine at duck pond now? I still haven't made it over there.
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Re: Wisconsin

Postby wdb4th » Wed Apr 07, 2010 6:26 am

The official answer is that there is no course at Duck Pond right now.

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Re: Wisconsin

Postby iloqutiss1 » Thu Aug 05, 2010 12:19 am

I've played 31 WI courses, here's my faves..

1.Winter Park
2.UW Parkside
3.Vallarta Ast
4. O'Hauser
5. Silver Creek

Honerable mention.. Standing Rocks, Dretzka, Brown Deer

I have'nt played Sandy Point or Highbridge yet but I will soon. :D
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Re: Wisconsin

Postby Gumbo » Thu Aug 19, 2010 9:15 pm

Attention! Anyone living in or visiting SE WI!

The Quarry park in Sheboygan has been completely overhauled. The layout is still the same except for a couple pro tees that have been changed, but everything else is different.

The course is actually taken care of now. The lower holes are groomed in a manner where you don't worry about losing a disc on every single hole, all paths are lined by fallen timber making it look much nicer, said paths are all woodchips now (no more dirt!), there are garbage cans at every tee, the grooming allows the lower pro tees to actually be played now, there is now a practice basket by the #1 tee, they added bells on blind holes to ring so the next group knows when to throw, there's a shelter between #14 and #15 if you get caught in the rain or just feel like taking a rest, and it's getting better every day!!!

The pro tees are still crushed stone, but they're level now instead of the dangerous ruts they were before. All that's left now is to replace the broken/vandalized tee signs.

In my opinion, the new improvements have created a course better than Vollrath (yeah, I said it), so stop by and check out the new and improved Quarry!

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ALL the work is done by volunteers. The city just drops off woodchips and lets the golfers do the work, so if you see some one hauling chips, dirt, etc. please go out of your way to thank them for their work, I do every time.

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