Low net/gross with $10 buy in, winner take all both divisions. NIT spot to low net for Cog Hill.
Regular stableford ends up w/ the same result. It just eliminates triple bogeys, thus speeding play.
|Points||Strokes taken in relation to adjusted fixed score|
|0||2 strokes or more over, or no score recorded|
|1||1 stroke over|
|2||Same number of strokes|
|3||1 stroke under|
|4||2 strokes under|
|5||3 strokes under|
|6||4 strokes under|
Just a suggestion for PoP. Can be adjusted for net.
Not on my watch. I’ll be riding around on a dirtbike with a cattle prod zapping anyone who takes longer than 30 seconds to hit a shot.
You have been warned.
We had a few drops just now - three open spots to bring us to twelve complete groups. Be sure to tell your friends that may be interested!
Pretty sure it’s 10/8…
Yea def 10/8
This is what happens when @VenkmansLament talk about tournament ideas over the phone…
Working on a possible two round day. Play 18 one direction, and reverse the course for the second round…
Some time in November. Anyone interested?
Wait, it’s possible to play ALGC backwards?
We’re going to try and make it a thing
In November when we might be able to rent the place out for the day
EDIT: @VenkmansLament and I talked about finding a place in November to rent out, and then turn in to a “forwards and backwards” day
Playing Harborside Port on Wednesday. Any tips for a first timer?
Also, any good spots to eat on the way back to Michigan? Outdoor seating is a plus.
Get ready to deal with the wind. LOTS of it out there (fun course though!)
Don’t hurt yourself laughing at the anchor green on #15.
That bad of design?
Canal Shores has entered the chat…
No it’s literally shaped like an anchor.
It’s memorable. It has that going for it?
Yeah, no real tips other than if you get a bad pin placement on #15, don’t psych yourself out. I get in my head way too much on that hole.
I love the effort, but I see just a couple problems with that routing.